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Fishing Reports by Capt. Bob Brown


2012-12-11
8:09 AM

December Dolphin in the middle Keys!! - The winter season is upon us but the summertime fish don't know that yet as there have been plenty of nice Dolphin (Mahi_Mahi) coming to the docks here in Marathon for the past few weeks really. Some fish up to 20+lb have been coming in mostly from more...
Capt. Bob Brown - Marathon


2012-09-13
3:41 PM

Marathon FL Keys Report - Mahi and Wahoo for the grill! The offshore bite has been decent lately with some schools of Mahi showing up from 10-30 miles offshore with some fish up to 15lb. Some nice Wahoo have been around also with both species showing up around floating de more...
Capt. Bob Brown - Marathon


2012-06-07
9:54 AM

Tarpon Chomping in middle Keys! - The annual tarpon run in the Florida Keys has been in full swing since April, but recent calm conditions have heated up the bite at all bridge locations in the Marathon area. Long Key and 7 mile bridge have been hot with some captains reporting 20 bi more...
Capt. Bob Brown - Marathon


2012-04-26
6:19 AM

Marathon Sailfish bite on FIRE!! - The annual migration of Sailfish along the Keys toward Mexico in spring is ON in grand fashion! The planets have lined up, the gulfstream came in close, the wind picked up out of the north pushing dirty water out into the gulstream, and the Sailfish more...
Capt. Bob Brown - Marathon


2012-02-26
12:17 PM

Marathon and Middle Keys Report - Warm weather in February has changed the landscape a bit from normal winter fishing. Plenty of Dolphin (Mahi-Mahi) have been around offshore lately along with some nice Blackfin Tuna, Skipjack Tuna, Wahoo and a few Sailfish. The gulf stream has been more...
Capt. Bob Brown - Marathon


2012-02-03
10:58 AM

Marathon FL Keys Report - The breezy East wind conditions have been pushing plenty of offshore fish in close to the edge of the reef lately with some good numbers of school sized Dolphin (Mahi-Mahi) showing up on weed lines and under birds in the 120-250ft. range. Some large more...
Capt. Bob Brown - Marathon


2011-12-12
11:11 AM

Marathon, FL Keys - Sailfish Bite Heating Up! - The winter migration of the Atlantic Sailfish to the middle Keys is ON and the bite has been red hot at times lately. Several boats with double digit releases have been reported this week and in areas spread from Tennessee Reef off of Long Key, all more...
Capt. Bob Brown - Marathon


2011-11-24
8:08 PM

Mahi Mahi, Sailfish and more biting in Marathon, FL Keys! - The middle Keys has enjoyed an extended period of excellent Dolphin (Mahi-Mahi) fishing the past few months, and the past week has been exceptional with some nice fish in the 20+lb category hitting the docks in Marathon. Along with the plentiful Mah more...
Capt. Bob Brown - Marathon


2011-10-27
7:52 AM

Bite is "ON" in Marathon and middle Florida Keys! - What ever type of fishing you enjoy, the bite has probably ben 'on' in the fabulous Florida Keys lately. It has been productive the past couple weeks as we are getting into a transition period with cooling waters getting the migratory fish moving. An more...
Capt. Bob Brown - Marathon


2011-09-27
6:07 AM

Offshore bite hot in Marathon! - Excellent catches of nice Mahi-Mahi have been hitting the docks with some larger fish in the 20-30lb class along with plenty of gaffers and smaller schoolies. A few decent wahoo have also been found around floating debris from 300ft of water on out t more...
Capt. Bob Brown - Marathon

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