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Islamorada Fishing Reports

10:45 PM

Mahi Mahi reign sumpreme offshore Islamorada - The Mahi Mahi are definately in full swing. Its been trip after trip with full racks of Dolphin. The fish seem to be at a depth greater than 400ft. Every time I venture out for dolphin I get them. They are out there in the gulf stream in great number more...
Capt. Kristian Demblans - Islamorada

11:31 PM

Mahi Mahi Islamorada - The Mahi, Mahi bite has been excellent this week. Every voyage leads to a full rack of dolphin. For the most part the fish have been out really far. At least 20 miles. Once the depth reaches 750ft, keep your eyes out for the birds. Working birds are more...
Capt. Kristian Demblans - Islamorada

1:49 AM

Mahi madness - Mahi have been caught everyday like crazy this week. Almost everyone has been catching them offshore. Most off the mahi have been 3 to 5 pounds, nice size fish. A few big ones are caught from day to day, however school size a really abundant. more...
Capt. Rick Rodriguez - Islamorada

4:47 PM

Islamorada 58# dolphin - Our dolphin fishing season is in full swing offshore of Islamorada right now. We had a very windy start to the month of may witch kept us on the reef grouper and snapper fishing most days for the first half of the month, but the last few weeks we've more...
Capt. Bruce Andersen - Islamorada

12:18 AM

Grouper Bite is on near Alligator - The Grouper is a very sought after species here off the reefs. Not many people catch them using the trolling method but it really works. The bite is excellent but has to be done correctly.Speed and bait presentation is very important. Yellowtail snap more...
Capt. Kristian Demblans - Islamorada

12:11 AM

The reef is on fire!!! - The current off the reef continues to heat up in Islamorada.as the water temperature warms up the current actually picks up. Is crucial to keep fish feeding go fishing. Earlier in the day has proven to be ideal.the best technique is still flat lining more...
Capt. Kristian Demblans - Islamorada

6:22 PM

Islamorada Sea Horse - Mahi are starting to show up in greater numbers. Some bigger schoolies and gaffing size fish. Reef fishing for Yellow Tail snappers has been very good. more...
Capt. Rick Rodriguez - Islamorada

12:47 PM

Islamorada tarpon is hot! Offshore & flats fishing is good too! - We had at least 15 tarpon busting on our live baits the last day within 20 feet from the boat - wow, gotta love that!!! Reid Schermner and his buddy from Holland, Baus, caught 3 tarpon out of 6 on for all those tarpon crashing the baits. Two of the t more...
Capt. Rick Killgore - Islamorada

2:49 AM

Islamorada Sea Horse offshore - Lately mahi fishing has had room for improvement. Maybe with more east wind the mahi will show up in larger schools. The hump has some big jacks they are easy to hook up on they are almost impossible to land for the sharks .tunas have been around th more...
Capt. Rick Rodriguez - Islamorada

10:04 PM

islamorada sea horse report - Mahi are moving through the area and so are other fish like the Black fin tunas, wahoo, and some billfish. Amberjack and almaco jacks are at the humps. more...
Capt. Rick Rodriguez - Islamorada

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