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Fishing Reports by Capt. Dave Kostyo


2011-10-30
1:00 PM

Miami, Florida - Fall Fishing in Full Swing - Fall has finally arrived and along with it some good to very good fishing. Offshore, the dolphin (mahi-mahi) are migrating south, sailfish are showing up in better numbers, skipjack tuna are finding the live chum and hitting the kite baits, down d more...
Capt. Dave Kostyo - Miami


2011-09-21
4:16 PM

Heat of Summer and Early Fall - From mid-August through to the present day in September, I have done several trips. Each trip has resulted in a mixed bag of fish that have included any of the following: sailfish, kingfish, dolphin (mahi-mahi), bonito, small amberjack, barracuda, a more...
Capt. Dave Kostyo - Miami


2011-08-17
10:23 AM

Summertime Variety Fishing - Summertime offers a good variety on a wide range of fish that include sailfish, kingfish, dolphin, bonito, amberjack, barracuda, and mutton snapper. Many anglers say that they'd just as soon not fish during the summer. That's a big mistake as they' more...
Capt. Dave Kostyo - Miami


2011-08-01
10:45 AM

Summertime Action In Full Swing! - You can definitely tell it is summer time on the fishing front. Not because the air temperature is hot and the humidity is so high, but because of the predominate species that are keeping anglers busy offshore. They are bonito, kingfish, amberjack, more...
Capt. Dave Kostyo - Miami


2011-07-05
4:58 PM

Miami/Miami Beach - Pick Your Style, The Action Is Good - Time has flown by since my last report. The good news for dolphin (mahi-mahi) anglers is that they have finally shown up in good numbers off the coast of Miami. Where you'll find them on any given day could vary from 800 feet out to 15 miles or mor more...
Capt. Dave Kostyo - Miami


2011-06-13
11:56 AM

Plenty of Tarpon Action - There is lots to get caught up on so let's get right to it. John Pazienza, Don Puglisi, John Weber, and Mike Parker from the Pompano Beach Offshore Anglers Club combined for 1 out of 2 amberjacks and a 19 pound blackfin tuna. Mark Bryant and Su more...
Capt. Dave Kostyo - Miami


2011-05-18
9:25 PM

Outstanding Fishing Continues Of Miami/Miami Beach, Florida - Tarpon fishing continues to be consistently outstanding. They've made the switch to live crabs and the big tarpon are here. They are running in the 90 120 pound class with a few even larger. If you've ever wanted to do battle with a large tarpon more...
Capt. Dave Kostyo - Miami


2011-05-02
10:00 AM

Dolphin, Blackfin Tuna, Sailfish, Tarpon and More - There is lots of good news since my last report. First, the dolphin fishing has improved. Not a lot of big ones, however, there are enough schoolie size fish to please most anglers. Second, the larger blackfin tuna have finally made their appearan more...
Capt. Dave Kostyo - Miami


2011-04-18
3:22 PM

Mixed Bag Offshore and Tarpon Inshore - Offshore has been a mixed bag that includes blackfin tuna, kingfish, bonito, sailfish, and amberjack. There have been a few dolphin (mahi-mahi) caught, however, for the most part fishing for them has been very disappointing. That could change any d more...
Capt. Dave Kostyo - Miami


2011-04-04
9:18 AM

Lots And Lots Of Action - Offshore there continues to be a mixed bag of fish. Kingfish have been running hot and cold. Sailfish please many anglers when there is north current. Bonito tire out many arms. Mutton snapper is a great table fare for those who work the various more...
Capt. Dave Kostyo - Miami

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