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Fishing Reports by Capt. Dave Kostyo


2016-07-02
9:28 AM

End Of June Fishing Report - Knot Nancy - It's hard to believe, however, another month is in the books. Besides the fishing, Nancy and I took a week's driving vacation. The month has included action for tarpon, mahi, tripletail, blackfin tuna, kingfish, barracuda,amberjack, sailfish, sha more...
Capt. Dave Kostyo - Miami


2016-06-06
6:52 PM

May/June Fishing Report Knot Nancy - Miami, FL - The end of May continued with some very good fishing. The beginning of June has seen the continuation of very good fishing. Offshore, the mahi/dolphin have shown up in decent numbers. It does require some hard running and gunning, however, the reward more...
Capt. Dave Kostyo - Miami


2016-05-26
9:18 AM

May Fishing Report - Miami, Florida - The month of May has traditionally been an outstanding month to catch a variety of species. So far this May the month has lived up to expectations. The first part of May we saw good mahi/dolphin fishing for various size fish. The fish were foun more...
Capt. Dave Kostyo - Miami


2016-04-28
6:18 PM

End Of April - Miami Fishing Report - April has lived up to its reputation of larger dolphin/mahi coming through the Miami/Miami Beach are. Along with the mahi, the blackfin tuna are also here. They're ranging in size from the small mini-football size to over 30 lbs. Find some cu more...
Capt. Dave Kostyo - Miami


2016-03-20
1:05 PM

Afternoon/Evening Combo For Sailfish And Tarpon - The afternoon/evening combo trip with Bob and Charlie started off on the slow side. Once the wind picked up a little, things changed very quickly. The X-Light kite was flying with one bait on it. We saw several sailfish free jumping in line with more...
Capt. Dave Kostyo - Miami


2016-03-02
10:01 AM

End Of February Fishing Report - Miami, FL - How quickly time flies. Another month is behind us and it's time to catch up again with the fishing action off the Miami/Miami Beach coast. Offshore, the weather has ranged from almost calm seas to rough washing machine like wave action. W more...
Capt. Dave Kostyo - Miami


2016-02-11
12:05 PM

Tarpon Action Off Miami/Miami Beach, FL - The cold fronts that have been coming through our area have driven the water temperature down. Find a pocket of warmer water and most likely you'll find the tarpon. That's what we did last night. Toward the end of the trip, I found that pock more...
Capt. Dave Kostyo - Miami


2016-01-17
4:22 PM

January Offshore Fishing In Miami/Miami Beach, FL - It seems like just yesterday that we welcomed in the 2016 New Year. Now here were are already half way through the month. Time is just flying by. The fishing has been very steady with a variety of species. For the most part we have been fortuna more...
Capt. Dave Kostyo - Miami


2015-12-28
8:19 AM

Tarpon Fishing In The Bay To Hide From The High Winds - The Kong Family (Johnny, Alice, Darren, and Justin) had planned to fish offshore during their vacation in Miami. As we headed out Haulover Inlet and then began working our way offshore, the sea conditions got worse and worse. We've been having a long more...
Capt. Dave Kostyo - Miami


2015-12-09
9:25 PM

Good Tarpon Action Both Outside and Inside in Miami - The tarpon season is off to a rip, roaring start. You'll find hungry tarpon ready to take your bait both in the ocean and in the bay. Richard got a very good taste of the action on his 4 hour evening trip. We started in the ocean and caught more...
Capt. Dave Kostyo - Miami

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