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Fishing Reports by Capt. Dave Kostyo


2014-11-20
7:39 AM

Mid-November Offshore and Tarpon Report - Our first decent cold front has finally arrived. A 25 degree drop in the temperatures we normally have has us bundled up. This will definitely kick the fishing to another level. Before the cold front, kingfish, amberjack, bonito, and throw in a f more...
Capt. Dave Kostyo - Miami


2014-10-23
7:50 AM

October Action Off Miami/Miami Beach, FL - Fishing offshore of Miami/Miami Beach has been a mixed bag of several different species. The list includes kingfish, bonito, sailfish, dolphin, blackfin tuna, amberjack, tripletail, and shark. The fish have been scattered and requires a lot of search more...
Capt. Dave Kostyo - Miami


2014-07-17
3:37 PM

Mid-July Action Off Miami/Miami Beach - The heat of summer is upon us. This means it's time to start fishing deeper in the water column to get some action. The bottom rod and downrigger will get you that action. Fishing in depths from 130 feet out to 300 feet is the area you want to concen more...
Capt. Dave Kostyo - Miami


2014-07-01
8:38 AM

Deep Water Fishing Off Miami/Miami Beach - With green water and no current in the normal depth ranges that we would fish, it was time to fish deeper. Dave, Art, Hong, and Horace had their hands full with catching amberjack, bonito, and the prize fish of the day was Art's 21 pound 5 ounce b more...
Capt. Dave Kostyo - Miami


2014-06-24
1:50 PM

Tarpon Action At Government Cut, Miami Beach - Felipe M wanted to take good advantage of the great tarpon action that is taking place now as it is one fish that he loves to catch. With that in mind, he got his wish last night as well as a prized bonus fish too. We started with a mutton snappe more...
Capt. Dave Kostyo - Miami


2014-05-01
6:31 PM

Great Springtime Action Both Offshore and Tarpon - The Springtime action has really kicked into high gear. Offshore it's been a variety of fish that include sailfish, dolphin (mahi-mahi)up to 25 pounds, kingfish up to 30 pounds, cobia 20 pounds and up, bonito,and wah more...
Capt. Dave Kostyo - Miami


2014-03-16
12:58 PM

Miami/Miami Beach Evening Tarpon Action - So far on this full moon cycle, the tarpon fishing appears to have finally settled into a more consistent pattern. There has been a shrimp run and when that happens, the tarpon key in on it. The sight of tarpon blasting shrimp off the surface as th more...
Capt. Dave Kostyo - Miami


2014-03-10
3:43 PM

Evening Tarpon & Daytime Offshore Miami/Miami Beach - Time for another update while I have a few days off. Tarpon fishing remains very consistent with the most reward for the amount of effort put in. The fish have been in the 50 -120 pound class and they are as mean, nasty, and ornery as they come. more...
Capt. Dave Kostyo - Miami


2014-02-17
4:06 PM

The New Knot Nancy is Complete and Tarpon Fishing - What a great feeling it is to be back fishing from my new boat. Between getting everything back on board that I need and tarpon fishing in the evenings, I been very busy making up for lost time. On the maiden charter, we had 7 tarpon. more...
Capt. Dave Kostyo - Miami


2014-01-16
9:03 AM

Tarpon Fishing and Boat Build Update - While the progress on my new Whitewater 28 is moving along rapidly, I also did a tarpon trip at Haulover. We started off with a ladyfish on the first drift. The second drift had us getting 1 jump from a tarpon and a Spanish mackerel. The more...
Capt. Dave Kostyo - Miami

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