Just thinking back on my last trip to Romano and how well it fished. I tend to fish the late spring early/ summer time frame at Romano for a couple of reasons. Firstly, late April through June generally offers the most consistent weather, with lots of sun and with winds that are usually pretty manageable. Secondly, these months also offer the best opportunities found during the year for shots at the big migratory tarpon that swim these north coast waters during their yearly migration.
Just got home from another trip to Cayo Cruz, which has fast become my favorite permit destination to fish. I had a group of 10 guests from Norway and 3 guests from Western Canada along for the trip. We had some horrific weather during the week, which played havoc on the fishing. Day 2, 3 and 4 were very difficult to fish, with strong winds, overcast skies and milky water. As the bad weather progressed, more and more bottles of rum where making their way on the flats skiffs to fortify guests from the cold rain and hard winds. Day 3 in particular was about as bad as I have ever seen. The system