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Islamorada Fishing Reports


2014-10-09
8:08 AM

Islamorada off shore report - Tunas Mahi jacks deep drop snapper grouper tile fish. Great fall fishing. No problem ! Have fun catch fish. Swordfish are still biting !!!!!!! more...
Capt. Rick Rodriguez - Islamorada


2014-10-05
2:50 AM

Islamorada sea horse vermilion snappers - Today we caught our limit of vermilion snappers one big jack and some tunas. Constant action bottom fishing with cut bait and live bait. more...
Capt. Rick Rodriguez - Islamorada


2014-09-29
9:54 PM

Islamorada sea horse off shore report - Mahi Mahi and tunas off shore near the 409 and Islamorada hump. Fishing has been really good the few boats that went out all caught nice racks of fish. more...
Capt. Rick Rodriguez - Islamorada


2014-09-25
10:50 AM

Islamorada sea horse - Tunas are bigger at the humps. Nice size fish that are tough fighters. Mahi are here and there covering a lot of water is the key to finding them. This report is a courtesy from other captains that have been fishing. more...
Capt. Rick Rodriguez - Islamorada


2014-09-24
2:49 PM

September 2014 Islamorada / Florida Keys Fishing Report: Fall Is - Well it's mid-September, the kids are back at school and the crowds have gone. The fall is my favorite time to be in the Keys. The tourist season is over and having less people around is a welcome break. It also means nobody is on the flats! Bein more...
Capt. Pete Rowney - Islamorada


2014-09-19
11:02 PM

Islamorada Snapper Fishing - Yellowtail Snapper are an abundance species off these tropical reefs. Year around the bite is on. This week was no exception. The wind was light and the current was perfect. Not dead but not ripping either. Yellowtail bite is good but the Mangro more...
Capt. Kristian Demblans - Islamorada


2014-09-17
1:29 PM

Big fish bite in the Islamorada are - Mahi Amberjacks almaco jacks black fin tunas skipjack tunas and swordfish have been caught lately by anglers on charter boat in the islamorda area. The sea horse crew caught a 480.9 pound swordfish Sunday during a day trip. They also caught tunas Xan more...
Capt. Rick Rodriguez - Islamorada


2014-09-08
5:03 PM

Islamorada Florida sea horse off shore - Tunas at the humps are solid. Both humps have had great schools of medium size blackfin tunas. Mahi are still abundant most days around current edges and floating debris.there have been plenty of amberjack also. more...
Capt. Rick Rodriguez - Islamorada


2014-09-05
3:16 PM

Islamorada Mahi Mahi tunas and wahoo - Fishing has been very good. We have been consistently catching Mahi Mahi . Big fish and lots of schoolies everyday we have gone. Fishing is always great in Islamorada all year! more...
Capt. Rick Rodriguez - Islamorada


2014-08-26
2:40 PM

Crocker Reef Explodes with Mangrove Snapper, Islamorada. - Islamorada,Florida Keys is known for great fishing. This time of year is no exception. On the reefs nearby the snapper bite is great.Both Yellowtail and Mangrove Snapper fishing is hot. Done correctly, its a guarantee. When targeting Yellowtail S more...
Capt. Kristian Demblans - Islamorada

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