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Fishing Reports by Capt. Dave Kostyo


2011-03-03
9:01 AM

Mixed Bag Offshore and Tarpon Inshore - The offshore scene has been a mixed bag of sailfish, bonito, small blackfin tuna, a few kingfish, and some mahi-mahi. Drop the bottom rod down and you could come up with a kingfish, mutton snapper, or grouper. Just remember that if it's a grouper, more...
Capt. Dave Kostyo - Miami


2011-02-17
9:31 AM

Lots of Outstanding Action Offshore and Inshore - It's time to do some catching up with the fishing reports. Let's get straight to it. Ed Carr, James Omdahl, and Charlie Vital got in on the great tarpon action that is taking place out of the Haulover Inlet. By the end of the 4 hour trip the sco more...
Capt. Dave Kostyo - Miami


2011-01-26
8:42 AM

Tarpon, Sailfish, Kingfish, And More Off Miami - As I sit here and write this report, another front has just passed through the South Florida area. This one had plenty of rain and wind. The rain we need, however, the wind made conditions for tarpon extremely dangerous in the areas that the tarpon more...
Capt. Dave Kostyo - Miami


2011-01-11
4:19 PM

Hot Tarpon Action Continues Off Miami Beach, Florida - Tarpon fishing is just about as good as it gets. The only thing that can make it even better is for the first shrimp run of the season to take place. We've had all the signs that it should have taken place by now, however, it just hasn't happened y more...
Capt. Dave Kostyo - Miami


2011-01-08
4:25 PM

Hot Sailfish and Tarpon Action Off Miami Beach, FL - Between the sailfish offshore and the tarpon off the beach, the action couldn't get any better. This latest cold front has kicked the fishing up another notch from what has already been outstanding fishing. Ed Nader wanted his friend Stephane D more...
Capt. Dave Kostyo - Miami


2011-01-04
10:35 AM

Continued Good Action Offshore and Inshore - It's hard to believe, however, another new year is upon us. Time is flying and fishing makes it pass by all the quicker. We ended 2010 on a very high note with the exception of one trip. In comes 2011 and it's back to high gear again. Whether y more...
Capt. Dave Kostyo - Miami


2010-12-22
12:26 PM

Lots of Great Action Both Offshore and Inshore - Take your choice, the fishing is great both offshore and inshore. Offshore, the action for kingfish continues to be good to red hot. Throw in sailfish, mahi-mahi, mutton snapper, Spanish mackerel, and bonito and it makes for a well rounded day of more...
Capt. Dave Kostyo - Miami


2010-12-14
1:01 PM

Red Hot Kingfish Action As Well As Tarpon Too!! - The cold fronts we've been experiencing have kicked the kingfishing into high gear. The first outstanding run of kingfish has been long awaited and very welcome. The fish are averaging 8 30 pounds with some even larger. Mixed in with the kings h more...
Capt. Dave Kostyo - Miami


2010-12-03
3:44 PM

And The Action Keeps Getting Better And Better!! - I've been receiving lots of calls about how's the fishing? This is the first break I've had to sit down and write a report. So, once again let's get caught up with the action. Offshore has been a mixed bag with a variety of species. The great more...
Capt. Dave Kostyo - Miami


2010-11-06
5:17 PM

Good Offshore Action and Red Hot Tarpon Bite - Offshore if you find a good edge and north current the fishing has been outstanding with sailfish, kingfish, a few dolphin (mahi-mahi), and mutton snapper. In the areas where there is no north current, it's been a struggle to put together a decent c more...
Capt. Dave Kostyo - Miami

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