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Fishing Reports by Capt. Dean Panos


2015-01-01
11:09 AM

Happy New Year - I wish everyone a safe and prosperous 2015 and want to thank all my clients, friends and family for a great 2014. This past year was my busiest season ever and one of the most memorable ones and none of that is possible without a great set of custom more...
Capt. Dean Panos - Miami


2014-12-15
9:17 AM

Tournament Season is Here - Operation Sailfish out of Palm Beach was just this past weekend and was our first sailfish tournament of this season. I am running a beautiful brand new 39 SeaVee with twin IPS drives and a tower. This is one of the most amazing boats built and is more...
Capt. Dean Panos - Miami


2014-11-30
9:02 AM

Double Digits Early In the Season - Sailfish season officially starts in November and ends around the end of April. In November you expect 2 to 4 shots a day, sometimes less and sometimes more. With a string of cold fronts already making there way past South Florida, we are seeing sig more...
Capt. Dean Panos - Miami


2014-11-16
2:32 PM

Sailfish Season Is Here - You can feel a slight change in the weather with cooler temperatures and cooler evenings. A few cold fronts have also made there way down here. Besides the crispness in the air, you can see it as you are running down the edge. The sailfish tournam more...
Capt. Dean Panos - Miami


2014-11-02
9:35 AM

Cold Fronts are Coming - The past couple of days I have been at the Fort Lauderdale Boat Show doing sea trials for SeaVee Boats. They had the new 34-stepped hull boat there and the 39 and 32 stepped hulls. I was primarily doing the sea trials for the 34. Wow what a boat more...
Capt. Dean Panos - Miami


2014-10-20
8:53 AM

A Little Bit of Everything - As is typical for October I have done quite a few swordfish trips, trips on the edge, mahi trips offshore and our first wahoo trip to Bimini of the season. Starting with the swordfish trips, we have had some really good trips and also some slow trip more...
Capt. Dean Panos - Miami


2014-10-05
12:07 PM

Trip of a Lifetime! - Sorry for the delay between reports but I have been extremely busy and also took a short trip to Venice Louisiana to catch big yellowfin tunas. The trip to Venice was very successful and I had a blast catching fish and hanging out with friends. In more...
Capt. Dean Panos - Miami


2014-09-08
5:05 PM

Lets Go Swordfishing! - September marks the beginning of the best three months for sword fishing and I am eager to get out. The past few weeks we have done mainly trips on the edge and one nighttime cubera trip, and have not been out for swords, but the reports I have been more...
Capt. Dean Panos - Miami


2014-08-18
6:53 PM

Are You Sure It Is August? - August is often one of the slowest months of the year for fishing in South Florida. Well somebody must have forgot to tell the fish, because right now the fishing is awesome!! To start, we are seeing a lot of bait along the beaches and some in the more...
Capt. Dean Panos - Miami


2014-08-04
10:19 AM

School of Swordfish - One of the things I love about fishing in South Florida is the variety of fish we get to target. Since my last report I did daytime swordfish trips, summer mahi trips in the Gulfstream, fishing on the edge for kings, sails, etc. and fished in the Ba more...
Capt. Dean Panos - Miami

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