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Fishing Reports by Capt. Bob Brown


2007-01-22
12:00 AM

Marathon, Florida Keys - Sailfish Heating Up! The winter months are the best for targeting Sailfish in the Florida Keys! Usually, the cooler northeast breezes keep the population of Sailfish in big numbers here off of Marathon and the middle Keys. This winter the temperat more...
Capt. Bob Brown - Marathon


2007-01-13
12:00 AM

Marathon, Florida Keys - Breezin the Bay The breezy conditions this week have forced many captains to opt for the bayside fishing and it has not disappointed with some great catches of Snapper, Grouper, Cobia, Sharks, Jacks, Goliath Grouper, Bluefish, Pompano, Redfish, an more...
Capt. Bob Brown - Marathon


2007-01-07
12:00 AM

Marathon, Florida Keys - Big January Dolphin The fact that the weather has been so warm and the waters around the Keys are about 6-10 degrees above normal for this time of year has had it's good and bad points. The bad is that the winter migratory fish have been a bit spo more...
Capt. Bob Brown - Marathon


2006-12-21
12:00 AM

Marathon, Florida Keys - King Invasion The annual migration of the King Mackerel that brings droves of them to the Florida Keys has begun. This week we found many areas that were loaded up with King Mackerel on the Atlantic side up and down the reef edge in 50-180ft of w more...
Capt. Bob Brown - Marathon


2006-12-02
12:00 AM

Marathon, Florida Keys - Breezy Day? Fish the Bay! The breezy conditions lately here in the Florida Keys have had captains heading out to fish some old stomping grounds in Florida Bay and finding it much to their liking. The water has been clean out there and some great c more...
Capt. Bob Brown - Marathon


2006-11-15
12:00 AM

Marathon, Florida Keys - Macks & Sails Thanksgiving is the unofficial start of the Sailfish season here in the Keys. We do catch them all year long but the winter is the peak time to see numbers of sailfish in the local waters. November is usually the start of several gre more...
Capt. Bob Brown - Marathon


2006-10-17
12:00 AM

Marathon, Florida Keys - Offshore Run & Gun Offshore fishing in the Florida Keys this time of year can be a bit hit and miss but there is always a good possibility of running into a school of Dolphin (Mahi-Mahi) along with a nice sized fish or two. Best way to find and ta more...
Capt. Bob Brown - Marathon


2006-05-17
12:00 AM

Marathon, Florida Keys - 23 Miles to BIG DOLPHIN! The springtime run of big Dolphin (Mahi-Mahi) has been happening for a few weeks now off of Marathon with the most reliable area being about 22-24 miles offshore. This puts you in about 700-900ft of water off of the Seven more...
Capt. Bob Brown - Marathon


2006-03-25
12:00 AM

Marathon, Florida Keys - Yellowtail Perk Up The famous reef fishing in the Florida Keys had been taking a bit of a hit this winter with all the dirty water left over from Hurricane Wilma, but things seem to be back to normal lately with clean waters on the reef and nice s more...
Capt. Bob Brown - Marathon


2006-02-14
12:00 AM

Marathon, Florida Keys - Sailfish Biting Still The local Sailfishing off of Marathon has been very good for the past few weeks and this week has been hot off of Sombrero Light. Good numbers of Sails have been reported off of Tennessee Reef light and off of American Shoal more...
Capt. Bob Brown - Marathon

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