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Fishing Reports by Capt. Chris Johnson


2014-11-13
1:39 PM

Fishing Report Florida Keys: Stay on the reef to fill the cooler - This week, there's no need to leave the reef to fill your cooler. Fishing in Marathon Florida Keys is outstanding right now. Dolphin and tuna fishing Even the dolphin bite has been better on the reef than out in the deep. And, there have been more...
Capt. Chris Johnson - Marathon


2014-11-08
12:14 PM

Cold front brings fresh bite: Florida Keys fishing report Nov 8 - Step outside and you'll notice a nip in the air as the first major cold front of the season is upon us. This front cooled the waters considerably. Bayside water temperatures dropped nearly ten degrees, igniting a massive baitfish migration to t more...
Capt. Chris Johnson - Marathon


2013-09-11
1:54 PM

Snapper action best - Marathon Fl Keys fishing report, 9/11/13 - Reef and wrecks If you're looking for great action with lots of good-eating fish, head to the reef. Yellowtail, mangrove and mutton snappers are biting furiously. The most consistent action for larger, 18- to 20-inch yellowtails is on the de more...
Capt. Chris Johnson - Marathon


2012-12-03
3:12 PM

Marathon Florida Keys: December Forecast - You'd better watch out . Sailfish are coming to town! The anglers in Marathon land will have a jubilee. They're gonna build a toy land all around the ballyhoo tree. Yes, folks, it's that time of year when the sailfish are making merry on the more...
Capt. Chris Johnson - Marathon


2012-10-01
5:24 PM

Marathon Florida Keys: October Forecast - October is a time of transition throughout the country, and Marathon is no exception. Cooling temperatures, falling leaves, pumpkin harvests, deer and turkey hunting. Gone are the days of 90-plus degrees that's air and water temps in Marat more...
Capt. Chris Johnson - Marathon


2012-09-04
4:22 PM

Marathon Florida Keys: September Forecast - Beat the heat with morning and evening fishing. Water temperatures are at their peak of the year on both the Atlantic and Gulf sides of Marathon. In additional to being more comfortable, fishing is most productive early in the day or in the late more...
Capt. Chris Johnson - Marathon


2012-08-15
2:16 PM

Marathon FL Keys Fishing Report: Reef, Offshore, Sharks - Even the fish feel the heat. Reef Right now, it takes flexibility and mobility to put a good snapper catch together on the reef. A good strategy is to head to the reef at sunrise, as the bite slows drastically by about 10 o'clock. Or if more...
Capt. Chris Johnson - Marathon


2012-08-03
2:43 PM

Marathon Florida Keys Fishing: August Forecast - August brings the warmest temperatures of the year to the waters surrounding Marathon. The fish tend to go deep to escape the heat, and you'll need to follow them for the most productive catching. You'll also want to adjust your fishing schedul more...
Capt. Chris Johnson - Marathon


2012-07-27
10:55 AM

Marathon Florida Keys Fishing: Time flies when you're having bug - Yep, it's lobster mini-season again! While being cautious and courteous of your fellow boaters, be mindful of the rules and regulations for lobstering. Word is out that the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission (FWC) is really crack more...
Capt. Chris Johnson - Marathon


2012-07-18
11:50 AM

Marathon Florida Keys Fishing: Tuna time at the humps! - Dolphin fishing remains hit or miss, with mostly small numbers of schoolie size fish coming back to the docks. Although elusive, there are some gaffers and slammers to be had as well. However, blackfin tuna fishing at the humps is excellent right more...
Capt. Chris Johnson - Marathon

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