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Islamorada Fishing Reports

11:52 AM

Prime Time for Mahi - The Florida Keys fishing report from Reel Sharp sportfishing this week comes with some calmer seas. The Islamorada offshore fishing was a little choppy last week but the winds have calmed down here on our Florida Keys deep sea fishing trips. We are i more...
Capt. Marc Toledo - Islamorada

9:43 PM

Islamorada sea horse off shore - Mahi Mahi , wahoo, tunas, and some billfish. So many Mahi to be caught lately. School after school of Mahi have been moving through each day. Most fish have been moving through in deeper water. more...
Capt. Rick Rodriguez - Islamorada

12:13 PM

Islamorada Sea Horse - We have been catching Mahi black fin tunas wahoos and some billfish. Plenty of Mahi schools in the rips in 600 feet. more...
Capt. Rick Rodriguez - Islamorada

3:52 PM

Islamorada slammer dolphin and swordfish! - Dolphin fishing has really picked up for us aboard the Captain Easy over the past few weeks down here in Islamorada. Every day has been a little different, and it can still be a little hit or miss, but we've had several outstanding trips lately. We r more...
Capt. Bruce Andersen - Islamorada

4:54 PM

Mahi, Blackfin Tunas, Wahoo, and Billfish - Islamorada is living up to it's reputation for catching fish and having fun. Last couple of weeks many boats have been catching plenty of Mahi Blackfin Tunas, Billfish and Wahoo. Every fishing day is different, however all have been productive. Grea more...
Capt. Rick Rodriguez - Islamorada

3:43 PM

Mahi Mahi tuna and jack - Mahi are showing up in bigger numbers finally! The size of fish very from school to school. However blackfin tuna are plentiful along with big amberjacks. Swordfish are butting pretty good when we get a chance to go. more...
Capt. Rick Rodriguez - Islamorada

6:54 PM

Islamorada Grouper season great start! - We've had a great start to the grouper season down here in Islamorada aboard the Capt. Easy. After being forced to let them go all winter the season opened on may 1st and we've had some spectacular fishing for quality black grouper. We've managed to more...
Capt. Bruce Andersen - Islamorada

8:53 AM

Islamorada Fishing Report - The Islamorada deep sea fishing has been heating up the last few days. The Mahi fishing has been good offshore in the Florida Keys with a lot of schoolie size fish. We had a nice catch of Mahi and some Triple tails the last few days. The Florida keys more...
Capt. Marc Toledo - Islamorada

1:33 PM

Islamorada vertical jigging and mixed bag - Fishing offshore of Islamorada has been great. Dolphin fishing has been very good the last few days in particular. We're already catching a nice mix of schoolie and gaffer size dolphin with a few slammer mahi as well. The amberjack fishing has been h more...
Capt. Bruce Andersen - Islamorada

11:35 PM

The Fishing Season in Islamorada. - We have been as busy as all could be down here in the sportfishing capital of the world. I can personally atest to the fact that reef fishing has never been better. We have been catching our limit on every trip of both Mangrove and Yellowtail sn more...
Capt. Kristian Demblans - Islamorada

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