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Fishing Reports by Capt. Bob Brown


2009-11-26
8:38 PM

Sailfish Holiday! - I want to wish all readers a Happy Thanksgiving and hope you are spending it with loved ones. Here in the middle Keys we are thankful for the awesome Sailfish action that has been going on for the past couple weeks. Sails have been showing up showeri more...
Capt. Bob Brown - Marathon


2009-10-10
9:40 PM

Sailfish starting to show on reef edge! - On recent reef trips off of the middle Keys anglers have been surprised to find a scattering of Sailfish along the reef edge. Mostly they are charging in on the reef in search of Ballyhoo. Some nice numbers of Ballyhoo have been showing up in chum more...
Capt. Bob Brown - Marathon


2009-09-04
10:50 AM

Reef Bite Right - Offshore fishing in the middle Keys has been hit and miss lately with some good catches of Dolphin (Mahi-Mahi) being had mostly around floating debris. Some larger fish have been hitting the docks recently, and can be anywhere from 6-30 miles offshor more...
Capt. Bob Brown - Marathon


2009-08-10
9:19 PM

Plenty of Dolphin around middle Keys! - The offshore bite off of Marathon and the middle Keys this week has produced some great catches of Dolphin fish (Mahi-Mahi). Nice school fish have been found all over the area from 11-19 miles offshore. Some have been under Frigate birds and some aro more...
Capt. Bob Brown - Marathon


2009-06-29
5:41 PM

Muttons Rule - The hot bite on Mutton Snapper around the local deep reef and wreck area has been the ticket for most local charter boats recently. Nice Snaps up to 25lb have been hitting the docks in the area all week and should continue for the next few weeks. Man more...
Capt. Bob Brown - Marathon


2009-05-10
8:14 AM

Big Dolphin Off Of Marathon-Florida Keys - Spring is a great time to catch big Dolphin in the Florida Keys and this spring is holding true as well with some large Mahi coming to the dock this week all up and down the Keys. The Dolphin tournaments have seen some fish as large as 45lb hitting more...
Capt. Bob Brown - Marathon


2009-04-13
7:15 PM

Sailfish Bonanza Off Of Marathon!! - Tailing season for Sailfish has kicked into high gear this past week or so as the planets have alligned, the gulfsream moved in, the wind came around to the East/SouthEast and all hell broke loose on the Sailfish scene. The annual migration of Sailfi more...
Capt. Bob Brown - Marathon


2009-03-30
2:50 PM

Tarpon Action Heating Up in Marathon! - Spring is Tarpon season here in the middle Keys and the action is starting to heat up with some good fishing going on right here at the famous 7 mile bridge and at Vaca cut bridge. Some larger tarpon are showing up in the mix of resident fish that ha more...
Capt. Bob Brown - Marathon


2009-03-18
5:51 PM

Bigger Dolphin Showing Up In Marathon Area! - Nice sized Dolphin (Mahi-Mahi) have been starting to make their presence known in the area with some up to 40lb hitting the docks this week at the 7 mile marina here in Marathon. Some of these nicer sized fish have been hanging in close to the reef e more...
Capt. Bob Brown - Marathon


2009-03-04
6:50 AM

Kingfish are crazy! Dolphin are on the increase in Marathon! - Trying to find a place on the reef edge where there are no King Mackerel is a challenge lately in the middle Keys. The cooler than normal weather has had the mackerel chewing up everything just about everywhere. While trying to catch sailfish this pa more...
Capt. Bob Brown - Marathon

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