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Fishing Reports by Capt. Colin Hickey


2008-04-10
3:13 PM

Offshore Action - I wasn't around for most of it, but the cobia bite over the past couple months was the best in recent years. It seems like everyone was finding some action whether it was inshore or off the drop. This is the time of year when kings start becoming mo more...
Capt. Colin Hickey - Jupiter


2008-03-22
2:41 PM

Offshore - The fishing has been sub-par. Last week winds hurt the fishing. This week it has been the seas and strong winds again. If you do make it out, dont be surprised if you hook up with a sail. If your going to target the sails, you definitely should be ab more...
Capt. Colin Hickey - Jupiter


2008-02-13
12:00 AM

Jupiter Inlet, Hobe Sound & Juno Beach - Slow Slow Slow Weekend action turned out to be awful. Schoolie dorado all measuring up to be just over limit some in the 3-4 lb. range. Others out there ran up to 20 miles off shore looking for action, same results except in less numbers. A color more...
Capt. Colin Hickey - Jupiter


2008-02-12
12:00 AM

Jupiter Inlet, Hobe Sound & Juno Beach - Slow Slow Slow Weekend action turned out to be awful. Schoolie dorado all measuring up to be just over limit some in the 3-4 lb. range. Others out there ran up to 20 miles off shore looking for action, same results except in less numbers. A color more...
Capt. Colin Hickey - Jupiter


2008-01-29
12:00 AM

Jupiter Inlet, Hobe Sound & Juno Beach - Local News First, before we get into fishing, we should all say our prayers for the tragedy which occured in our area over the weekend. Unfortunately, our hobbies can often be dangerous which was seen with the diver who did not surface in Jupiter more...
Capt. Colin Hickey - Jupiter


2008-01-22
12:00 AM

Jupiter Inlet, Hobe Sound & Juno Beach - Offshore Before the seas turned up and wind began to blow the sailfish bite lit up. Look for many sails migrating south from northern areas such as Fort Pierce. The passing cold front should move them more south anywhere from Jupiter to the Keys. more...
Capt. Colin Hickey - Jupiter


2008-01-08
12:00 AM

Jupiter Inlet, Hobe Sound & Juno Beach - Offshore Action has been steady. The dolphin, sailfish, and kingfish bite offshore has been consistent. If targeting sails those who use live bait will be much more successful right now. Goggle eyes have been prefered bait mostly dues to their lon more...
Capt. Colin Hickey - Jupiter


2006-11-13
12:00 AM

Jupiter Inlet, Hobe Sound & Juno Beach - Steady Action Sunday morning seemed to be a terrible day after losing a sail that was doing everything he could to let us release him. After leaving the inlet the live bait situation seemed to be scarce. We got some blue runners and figured we'd r more...
Capt. Colin Hickey - Jupiter


2006-10-03
12:00 AM

Jupiter Inlet, Hobe Sound & Juno Beach - Welcome Sails Sunday was a beautiful fishing day for those who work or go to school during the week and get out during the weekends. The conditions were about 3-5ft offshore, near shore it was calmer. Trolling dead bait was not the way to go. Trol more...
Capt. Colin Hickey - Jupiter


2006-09-18
12:00 AM

Jupiter Inlet, Hobe Sound & Juno Beach - Rough ocean limits offshore fishing The middle to end of last week caused huge swells. Since I don't surf I do not pray for a rough ocean. I guess that is why coastal floridians are split into two categories the surfers and THE MEN (Fishermen). more...
Capt. Colin Hickey - Jupiter

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