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Fishing Reports by Capt. Bob Brown


2010-08-14
7:04 PM

Reef Bite Hot - Excellent reef fishing to be had right now in the Marathon and middle Keys area. Big mutton snappers, black grouper, yellowtail snapper, mangrove snapper, and plenty of other reef dwellers have been chomping for most of the local charter guides. Some more...
Capt. Bob Brown - Marathon


2010-06-09
8:12 PM

Offshore bite on fire! NO BP OIL IN THE MIDDLE KEYS!!!! - A NOTE TO ALL FISHERMEN AND VACATIONERS THAT VISIT OR ARE PLANNING ON VISITING THE FLORIDA KEYS.... THERE IS NO OIL FROM THE BP OIL SPILL ON OUR SHORES OR IN OUR WATERS AT THIS TIME. PLEASE KEEP YOUR FISHING TRIP AND VACATION PLANS IN TACT. FISHING I more...
Capt. Bob Brown - Marathon


2010-05-07
2:03 PM

Tarpon Red Hot! Big Dolphin showing up in Marathon! - The annual run of large Tarpon in the middle keys has been going on full steam as the bite has been hot as the 7 mile and Bahia Honda bridges the past few days. Best bite has been on the outgoing tide with mullet and lately the fish have been preferr more...
Capt. Bob Brown - Marathon


2010-04-11
7:02 PM

Tarpon, Sharks, Tuna, Dolphin, Sailfish...all biting in Marathon - The spring time crossover season is here where we have both good numbers of winter time species still around, and spring time species that migrate through the area have arrived also. Last week the sailfish bite was red hot with some great catches in more...
Capt. Bob Brown - Marathon


2010-03-22
8:28 AM

Marathon Sailfish Bite Red Hot! - Spring can be hot or cold for Sailfish based on the conditions, and the past couple days the current, water color, and wind lined up in the proper fashion to jump start the sailfish bite here off of the middle Keys. Saturday and Sunday, the E/SE wind more...
Capt. Bob Brown - Marathon


2010-02-24
6:23 PM

Mackerel still King in the Marathon and Keys! - King Mackerel have been tearing up the deep reef edge along the middle Keys for some time now. The fierce striking big Macks have been chewing up chum lines both east and west of Sombrero light. Reef areas off of Duck Key and Bahia Honda Key have bee more...
Capt. Bob Brown - Marathon


2010-02-11
7:41 PM

Reef Bite On Fire In Marathon - The cool weather fronts we have had recently have the Snapper and Grouper avoiding the cooler waters of Florida Bay, and have been making thier way out to the Atlantic side patch reefs where the fishing has been fantastic! Large Mangrove Snapper have more...
Capt. Bob Brown - Marathon


2010-01-01
11:19 AM

Sailfish & KIngfish bring in the New Year! - The winter migratory species continue to dominate the local fishing scene with good numbers of Sailfish inhabiting the local area as cool fronts coming down the Florida peninsula keep moving more fish south into the warmer waters of the middle Keys. more...
Capt. Bob Brown - Marathon


2009-12-27
7:13 PM

Marathon - Florida Keys Fishing Report - Winter is here in the Keys, and the migration of winter species is in full swing after we recently had some more seasonal temperatures to help cool the local waters. The Mackerel family has made it's presence known this week in grand fashion. Large n more...
Capt. Bob Brown - Marathon


2009-12-13
8:15 PM

Sailfish Bite still "ON" in the middle Florida Keys! - In recent weeks, it has been the norm to see countless frigate birds working over top of schools of Ballyhoo as Sailfish, Dolphin (Mahi-Mahi), and even some Blackfin Tuna chase the ballyhoo into tightly packed, balled up schools. And then pushin more...
Capt. Bob Brown - Marathon

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