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Fishing Reports by Capt. Dave Kostyo


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


2010-10-31
5:20 PM

Offshore and Inshore Action in the Haulover Area - Let's start with the offshore action in the Haulover area. Loading the live well with pilchards has been a matter of making one or two throws with the castnet to black out your well. We've fished in the 80 250 foot range with the vast major of ou more...
Capt. Dave Kostyo - Miami


2010-10-10
12:01 PM

Fall Fishing Kicking Into High Gear - Fall fishing is definitely kicking into high gear. There are loads of finger mullet in the Bay, at the Inlets, and along the beach. Tarpon and bluefish are finding it very easy to keep their belly's full. Meanwhile, offshore dolphin are making the more...
Capt. Dave Kostyo - Miami


2010-10-04
10:51 AM

I'm Back And Ready To Go Fishing!! - It's October already. The surgery I had was a success. I waited, not so patiently, through the recommended recovery period. That time has finally passed. Nancy and I have taken our Fall vacation. With all that behind me, I'm now ready to get b more...
Capt. Dave Kostyo - Miami


2010-08-09
1:05 PM

Mixed Action Offshore, Tarpon Inshore In Miami, Florida - This will be my last update until October. I'm having a surgical procedure that will keep me off the water until then. We are in the long hot days of summer. That means that fishing tactics have to be changed to put together a good catch. The d more...
Capt. Dave Kostyo - Miami


2010-07-09
10:14 AM

Miami Area Offshore/Tarpon Report - Springtime has progressed to the hot weather of summer. Along with this change comes changes in the fishing. With a few changes in techniques, the action will continue to keep fish pulling on the line and anglers smiling. Offshore, the search fo more...
Capt. Dave Kostyo - Miami


2010-06-11
4:42 PM

Dolphin, Tarpon, and More Off Miami, Florida - Time once again to get up to date with fishing activities aboard Knot Nancy. Offshore, the main shift has been to dolphin (mahi-mahi). The fish can be found anywhere from 120 feet out to as far as you care to go offshore. Aboard Knot Nancy, our more...
Capt. Dave Kostyo - Miami


2010-05-26
10:27 AM

The Actions GREAT Off Miami!!! - I had to delay this report a few days due to a computer problem I had. The good news is that it's fixed, back up, and running again. Offshore, the story is that there are still a variety of fish that continue to make for some great fishing. The more...
Capt. Dave Kostyo - Miami


2010-05-11
4:38 PM

Hot Action Offshore and Inshore, That Says It All!! - Time sure flies when you're fishing most each day. It's been hard to find the time to write a report and keep everyone up to date, so lets get down to it. Offshore, when there is north current, the sailfishing has been outstanding. Throw in some more...
Capt. Dave Kostyo - Miami


2010-04-15
1:46 PM

Outstanding Springtime Action In Full Swing! - Spring time action is in full swing. It's almost like which style of fishing should I do first. Offshore for sails, kings, dolphin, blackfins, or inshore for tarpon. Should I fish the Inlets or in the Bay for the tarpon? The easiest decision to c more...
Capt. Dave Kostyo - Miami

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