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Fishing Reports by Capt. Dean Panos


2015-07-11
5:21 PM

Time to Avoid the Heat - Since I got back from the Bahamas I did a few trips here in Miami and also went on vacation. The trips in Miami we did surprisingly well on the edge catching some kings, a few blackfin tunas and surprisingly a pretty consistent sailfish bite. No h more...
Capt. Dean Panos - Miami


2015-06-17
10:29 AM

Marlin Fishing In The Bahamas - For the past three years I have been taking the Ruthie, a 39 IPS diesel SeaVee to San Sal in the Bahamas. We go there to target blue marlin and usually stay from 10 days to 2 weeks. A few weeks back, myself and my mate (Nate) took the boat over. more...
Capt. Dean Panos - Miami


2015-05-27
7:35 PM

Summer Is Just Around The Corner - Spring is here and summer is just around the corner. Spring fishing has still been pretty good with quite a few blackfin tunas, big kings, some sailfish and some mahis. When the weather has been calm we have been able to hed out into the Gulfstream more...
Capt. Dean Panos - Miami


2015-05-10
7:57 PM

Tunas are Here - 5/09/15 The big news since my last report is that the blackfin tunas are here and in very good numbers. For two weeks straight now, we have caught blackfin tunas on practically every trip. For the most part we have caught at least 2 per trip and more...
Capt. Dean Panos - Miami


2015-04-21
12:20 PM

White Marlin and Lots of Sailfish - After a week in Key West fishing the Final Sail Tournament its good to be back home. The fishing in Miami prior to the tournament was red hot for sailfish; unfortunately the sailfishing in Key West was very, very slow. The lead boat caught 11 sailf more...
Capt. Dean Panos - Miami


2015-03-31
10:33 AM

Close to Perfect - Just as I predicted, the sailfish action in the spring was going to take off and it has. Last year March and April were better than January and February, and the same applies this year. We have seen some decent sailfishing in the past two weeks and more...
Capt. Dean Panos - Miami


2015-03-12
4:02 PM

Almost Here - Springtime is almost here and in my opinion, April and May can offer some of the best fishing in South Florida, especially when it comes to variety. The next two months, there will be plenty of sailfish around and if last year was an indication, Apr more...
Capt. Dean Panos - Miami


2015-02-22
6:41 PM

Up and Down - It's been 3 weeks since my last report and sorry for the delay, but the Miami Boat Show was in town I have been swamped with trips. The fishing has been a bit up and down. The week prior to the Boat Show, the sailfishing was actually pretty good. more...
Capt. Dean Panos - Miami


2015-02-01
10:30 AM

Double Digits Early In the Season - For the better part of January, the sailfishing has been very slow. Everyone was complaining and was wondering what was going on. It simply was a lack of cold fronts to get these fish moving again. Well last week we had three cold fronts in a row more...
Capt. Dean Panos - Miami


2015-01-20
9:00 AM

Mix It Up - The fishing over the past few weeks has slowed down a bit. We really haven't had decent conditions with current, wind and water clarity, and when the conditions improved, they only lasted a day or so. We are still managing one or two sailfish a day more...
Capt. Dean Panos - Miami

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