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Fishing Reports by Capt. Bob Brown


2016-01-04
11:22 AM

Offshore fishing excellent in middle Keys! - The offshore bite in the Middle Keys was hot over the holidays with some nice catches of Mahi coming in from the edge of the gulf stream off of Sombrero light and up and down the coast. The stream edge was positioned in about 630ft of water over the more...
Capt. Bob Brown - Marathon


2015-08-13
2:13 PM

Marathon Fishing Report - Snapper fishing on the reefs has been fantastic lately. Large Mangroves, Muttons, and Yellowtail Snapper have been munching up and down the reef edge on the patches and as deep as 110ft. Add that in with the beginnings of lobster season and it is a l more...
Capt. Bob Brown - Marathon


2014-12-04
9:07 AM

Snappers chomping in the middle Keys! - The reef bite remains very good all along the middle FL Keys with the best bet for table fare being a variety of Snapper that have been hitting the docks this week. Mangrove, Mutton, Yellowtail and Lane Snapper have been hot this week with the shallo more...
Capt. Bob Brown - Marathon


2014-03-06
5:26 AM

Marathon FL Keys Report - Fishing in the middle Keys has been a mixed bag of stuff lately... Big Cobia have been on the Atlantic side in Hawk's channel following Rays. Some up to 60+lbs have been hitting the docks here in Marathon. Finding the ray is the key and if your boat more...
Capt. Bob Brown - Marathon


2013-11-09
6:15 AM

Offshore bite hot in Marathon! - The offshore bite off of Marathon has been hot around the west hump as the Blackfin and Skipjack Tuna have been munching fiercely. Trolling squid lures or Billy baits have been productive to catch the smaller and medium sized fish with deep jigging p more...
Capt. Bob Brown - Marathon


2013-07-22
10:02 AM

Marathon and Middle Keys Report - Snapper fishing is hot right now with plenty of Muttons, Mangroves and Yellowtails lining the fish boxes of Keys anglers as they head home from a days fishing. Muttons biting on the deeper wrecks and plenty of good Mangrove Snapper on the shallow ree more...
Capt. Bob Brown - Marathon


2013-03-28
6:31 AM

Marathon and Middle Keys Report - Unseasonably cold weather has put a change in the air temporarily as the spring species like Tarpon and Mahi that were heating up have cooled a bit the past few days. The bright side however is that the cooler weather has perked up the Sailfish and K more...
Capt. Bob Brown - Marathon


2013-01-31
9:27 AM

Marathon and Middle Keys Report - Breezy weather this week has put a damper on offshore blue water fishing and most captains heading out this week opted for the somewhat calmer waters of Florida Bay. Some nice large King Mackerel were being found out there up to 50+lb with some Spani more...
Capt. Bob Brown - Marathon


2013-01-17
7:49 AM

Billfish, Mahi, Wahoo... Marathon, FL Keys Report - With recent weather more like late spring or fall with highs in the low 80' the past couple weeks, anglers have found that summer time fish are still ruling the local waters as plenty of nice Mahi, Wahoo, and Blackfin Tuna have been roaming the coast more...
Capt. Bob Brown - Marathon


2013-01-03
8:35 AM

Marathon FL Keys Report - Sailfish have been biting in the middle Keys area along with some Blackfin Tuna, Wahoo and a few Mahi this week. Best areas have been from Duck Key to Tennessee Reef area and NE of there to Alligator reef light. Atlantic side deep wrecks have been pr more...
Capt. Bob Brown - Marathon

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