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Islamorada Fishing Reports

5:19 PM

Islamorada snappers and swordfish - Fishing has been great down here in the florida keys the last few weeks. We're catching a wide variety of stuff, but the best thing going has been the deep water snapper fishing. We've been catching a load of really nice vermillion snapper with some more...
Capt. Bruce Andersen - Islamorada

12:07 PM

Islamorada Fishing Report - The weather has not been the best the last few days with a lot of rain yesterday and not many Sailfish being caught on offshore fishing charters. The Florida Keys have had a slow Sailfish season but there are some good reports of fish just north of u more...
Capt. Marc Toledo - Islamorada

4:51 PM

Islamorada report - Sailfish action has been ok. If you work at catching them a few bites may come your way. Some Mahi tunas and kingfish along the edge of the reef. more...
Capt. Rick Rodriguez - Islamorada

5:20 PM

Cold Fronts Pushing Sailfish Through - Well the cold front we got a week ago has pushed a lot of Sailfish in to the fishing charters of Islamorada, Florida the last few days. Captain Marc went 5 for 8, two days ago. The fish have been pushing showers up on the reef and eating many baits l more...
Capt. Marc Toledo - Islamorada

8:49 AM

Tails n Fins - this past week the reef bite pick up. The yellowtail snapper started to bite. The water has been clear so -. So run like leaders. So small yellow jake heads with shrimp have been working awesome flatlining the chum slick.there are crappie fish you do more...
Capt. Kristian Demblans - Islamorada

5:00 PM

Islamorada sails and wahoo - Another great trip today aboard the Capt. Easy down here in Islamorada Florida in the Florida Keys. We took a nice couple from Chicago out for a 1/2 day this morning. Gary and Lisa Thrun teamed up catching our limit of nice kingfish, this 25# wahoo a more...
Capt. Bruce Andersen - Islamorada

6:21 PM

Sailfish and more - Sailfish and other SportFish everyday . One way or another we are catching fish everyday here in the Islamorada area. Deep water bottom fishing is really good. Snappers groupers tile fish and porgies. more...
Capt. Rick Rodriguez - Islamorada

9:05 PM

Islamorada awesome deep dropping - The fishing down here in Islamorada has been excellent lately, we're catching a wide variety of stuff, but the deep dropping for various snapper, grouper and tilefish has been exceptionally good. Just yesterday we had an awesome day on the charterboa more...
Capt. Bruce Andersen - Islamorada

9:46 AM

Yellowtail Brick Road - The yellowtail continue to bite. Its been alot of fun and fish on the reef. Along with all the yellowtail, mangrove snapper come up the chum slick and feed off the scatter of oats w chum mix we continously toss overboard. it has been fairly easy to r more...
Capt. Kristian Demblans - Islamorada

10:10 PM

Islamorada awesome deep dropping - The deep drop fishing for tilefish, snowy grouper, yellow eye snapper, vermillion snapper, black fin snapper, and queen snapper has been phenomenal the last few days. Today we headed out for an afternoon 1/2 day of deep dropping aboard the Capt. Easy more...
Capt. Bruce Andersen - Islamorada

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