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Islamorada Fishing Reports

12:45 PM

december Dolphin - Lots of action trolling offshore. Anything from rigged ballyhoo to small squids have been working well for dolphin aswell as tuna. Wahoo and Sailfish have responded well to the troll. 8kts. seems to be a good speed for targeting any of the above ment more...
Capt. Kristian Demblans - Islamorada

11:11 PM

Islamorada great day sailfishing awesome pictures too! - We had a great day today aboard the Capt. Easy out of Holiday Isle marina in Islamorada. Late in the afternoon the sailfish bite turned on and we wound up going 3 for 5 in the last few hourd of the trip. My friends next to us managed to get some awes more...
Capt. Bruce Andersen - Islamorada

9:16 AM

Islamorada Offshore Bite. - Its needless to mention why Islamorada is the sportfishing capital of the world. This past weekend ,it was host to one of the oldest tournaments in town. The Islamorada Sailfish Classic. Over 200 Sailfish were caught off Islamorada's nearby reefs. Th more...
Capt. Kristian Demblans - Islamorada

1:57 AM

Islamorda sea horse sailfish report - Our boat and many others have been catching sailfish. Reef fishing for snappers has been good. One boat reported catching 3 swordfish. more...
Capt. Rick Rodriguez - Islamorada

3:10 PM

November 2014 Islamorada/Florida Keys Fishing Report: Happy Than - It's almost December and what can I say, this past month the fishing has been fantastic in Islamorada and the Florida Keys. Almost all of my attention has been focused on that green backed, yellow finned, line-sided and bucket mouthed fish assassin more...
Capt. Pete Rowney - Islamorada

1:38 PM

Sailfish season starting to heat up! - Our sailfish season is just starting to turn on down here in the Florida Keys. Cooler temperatures are bringing the sails to the waters just offshore of Islamorada. The fishing has been very good, but the best is yet to come over the next few months. more...
Capt. Bruce Andersen - Islamorada

7:39 PM

Sailfish Mahi Cobia Kingfish - Sailfish Tunas Mahi Cobia Yellowtail kingfish and other snappers. Fishing is always good here in Islamorada. We have had a variety of fish moving through the area like always. Each cold front seems to improve what was already good fishing. more...
Capt. Rick Rodriguez - Islamorada

8:53 PM

Sailfishing is heating up in The Florida Keys - The cold fronts have been moving through the keys and that has been brought the Sailfish back to our tropical waters. The boats have been catching 1 to 2 fish per trip the past week. The edge of the reef also has had some Mahi, Kingfish, and Bonitos more...
Capt. Marc Toledo - Islamorada

1:22 AM

Sailfish are here and hot in Islamorada. - The Sailfish bite has been on since the first cold front. We have been catching them off the shallower ledges on showers and setting up deep(110ft) and raising them. Most trips out have brought multiple fish to the boat. They have been more responsiv more...
Capt. Kristian Demblans - Islamorada

1:18 AM

Sailfish Kings Mahi tunas snappers - We have been catching a variety of fish lately. Great weather fun fishing. Sailfish action is picking up. The most fun most beautiful fish to catch and release. more...
Capt. Rick Rodriguez - Islamorada

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