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Islamorada Fishing Reports

4:20 PM

Islamorada Insane wahoo fishing! - Every now and then conditions just come together to make for some spectacular fishing. On top of the fishing conditions being right, with pelagics like wahoo the fish also have to be there as well. Yesterday we saw an amazing combination of spectacul more...
Capt. Bruce Andersen - Islamorada

4:19 PM

Islamorada Grouper, Muttons, and sails - Great day yesterday aboard the Capt. Easy out of Holiday Isle marina in Islamorada Florida. We fished Steven Raskind from Northport N.Y. and his brother Don and Friend Fred. We caught our limit of nice black grouper along with a sailfish, some dolphi more...
Capt. Bruce Andersen - Islamorada

6:27 PM

Warm winter fishing - We are catching sailfish everyday on live cigar Minos , ballyhoo, and sardines. Some days there is more action than others. Either way fishing has been good for yellow tail and mangrove snappers also. Some days Mahi have been moving through the area more...
Capt. Rick Rodriguez - Islamorada

7:43 PM

Islamorada Sailfish and Big Wahoo! - We had a great day yesterday aboard the Capt. Easy out of Holiday Isle Marina in Islamorada. We wound up catching 2 sailfish, a nice black grouper, a mutton snapper, a few kingfish, and best of all a triple header of 30 to 40# wahoo on 16# spinning t more...
Capt. Bruce Andersen - Islamorada

9:31 AM

Mahi tunas sailfish and kingfish - Fishing along the edge of the reef has been good for kingfish Black Fin tunas snappers and the occasional Sailfish. A little further off-shore Mahi action has been good. We are hopeful more Sailfish action will improve with each passing cold front. more...
Capt. Rick Rodriguez - Islamorada

8:25 AM

Islamorada Sea Horse Sport Fishing - Some Sailfish action at the hump and along the edge of the reef. Hard to imagine so much going on in the Islamorada area. Some days are more challenging than others. However moving around from one area to another will get the fishing results you a more...
Capt. Rick Rodriguez - Islamorada

12:02 AM

Mahi and black fin tuna - Every day the Mahi fishing is a little different however the Mahi are around most of the time between 600 and 1000 feet of the coast of Islamorada. The fish are still around low flying birds, current edges and floating debris. more...
Capt. Rick Rodriguez - Islamorada

5:28 AM

Mahi Mahi - We have been catching Mahi all week. Some bigger fish have been caught by many of the Islamorada charter boats. Black fin tunas have been moving the the Islamorada area and near the hump. more...
Capt. Rick Rodriguez - Islamorada

6:51 AM

Mahi mahi - Mahi Mahi some tunas occasionally wahoos off shore of Islamorada. Lately the Mahi have been spread out in various depths of water. Many of the schools have been found around the larger sargassum patches. Live bait dead bait does not seem to matter . more...
Capt. Rick Rodriguez - Islamorada

10:53 PM

Islamorada sea horse off shore report - The Mahi are migrating through the Islamorada area. 800 feet and beyond is where we have been catching them. Weed lines birds and debris have been the key to finding the Mahi. more...
Capt. Rick Rodriguez - Islamorada

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