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Fishing Reports by Capt. Dave Kostyo


2015-12-03
6:03 PM

Winter Tarpon Season In Miami Has Started - Last night we caught our first tarpon along the beaches on live shrimp. What this means is that the winter tarpon season in Miami has officially started. From now through the end of June and for the past 2 years through the end of July the ta more...
Capt. Dave Kostyo - Miami


2015-11-12
11:05 AM

Family Fishing Trips - My last two trips have been with Families. The featured anglers have been their young children who were fishing in the saltwater for the first time. Not only did they catch their first fish of different species, they also learned about other things more...
Capt. Dave Kostyo - Miami


2015-10-27
3:37 PM

Continued Good Dolphin/Mahi Action Off Miami - While the wind has been blowing steady from an easterly direction and the seas have been kicked up, the good news is that these conditions have made for some GREAT dolphin/mahi fishing in depths ranging from 90 to over 900 feet. Throw in the fact th more...
Capt. Dave Kostyo - Miami


2015-10-24
5:36 PM

Windy Weather And Good Dolphin/Mahi Fishing - For over a week, the seas have been windy and bumpy. Today, however, the seas came down a little and the dolphin/mahi bit real good. We started the day by netting some pilchards first thing in the morning. With bait accomplished, we took our t more...
Capt. Dave Kostyo - Miami


2015-10-17
1:24 PM

Mid-October Mixed Bag of Fish Off Miami/Miami Beach, Florida - Fall is upon us and this means the annual bait runs. The mullet are coming through in big schools that are flooding into the Bay. Large schools of pilchards can now be found along the beach and in the Bay. Threadfin herring continue to remain stro more...
Capt. Dave Kostyo - Miami


2015-08-15
6:51 PM

More Mahi Action Offshore - The dolphin/mahi action offshore continues to be quite productive. Find the Sargasso weed lines and big patches along with bird activity and you'll find the mahi. The size has ranged from throwbacks to 10 pounds. They are eating small live baits more...
Capt. Dave Kostyo - Miami


2015-07-30
4:20 PM

Vacation and Dolphin Action Off Miami/Miami Beach, Florida - After a week's vacation to Denver, Colorado to see family and some of the sites in the area, it's time to get back to fishing. My first trip was with Rick, Robert, Reese, and Collin. A full day of dolphin/mahi fishing started when we found large more...
Capt. Dave Kostyo - Miami


2015-07-11
9:47 AM

Summertime Fishing Update - The air temperature is hot, humidity is high, and the water temperature is starting to feel like bath water. These are all signs that summer has arrived and will be with us for several months. I have always referred to the month of July as bonito more...
Capt. Dave Kostyo - Miami


2015-06-14
1:07 PM

June Action For Dolphin and Tarpon - We are at the time of year when dolphin fishing and tarpon fishing are shining. The dolphin is the most sought after species during the late spring and summer months. We've been finding them as close as 130' and as far offshore as 19 miles. The 10 more...
Capt. Dave Kostyo - Miami


2015-05-08
4:39 PM

Fishing Report Roundup For Springtime - It's been a while since my last report. I've been busy catching a variety of fish both offshore and inshore. Let's get caught up with the action. Offshore the variety has ranged from sailfish, kingfish, blackfin tuna, bonito, AJ's, shark, and do more...
Capt. Dave Kostyo - Miami

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