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Islamorada Fishing Reports


2009-11-12
2:47 PM

Early Sailfish season - Well we're finally back from Montana, and just in time for what looks to be a great Sailfish season. Plenty of bait up and down the reef, and good catches of Sails being reported. Along with Mackeral, Kings, Blackfin Tuna and still some Mahi(Dolphi more...
Capt. Don Clark - Islamorada


2009-10-28
10:02 AM

Fishing has improved - The fishing has improved since the cold front pasted last week. The blackfin tuna are still at the humps; there are more dolphin around. There are schools of small ones right on the reef. The sailfish have showed up in good numbers as well. The more...
Capt. Izzy Donatiello - Islamorada


2009-09-21
8:56 AM

Tuna are on the humps - Offshore is in the late summer mode. The blackfin tuna are the only consistent catch. A few dolphin are being caught on the way out. This will change as the water begins to cool up north and the dolphin return south for the winter. There are som more...
Capt. Izzy Donatiello - Islamorada


2009-08-07
8:45 PM

TARPON FISHING STILL HOT - Dolphin fishing remains spotty. Some boats are catching a handful; while others are catching thirty. The most consistent action is the blackfin and skipjack tuna at the humps. The yellowtail snapper bite is good; the mangrove snappers have pretty more...
Capt. Izzy Donatiello - Islamorada


2009-07-18
12:59 PM

Tarpon 175 pounds - Last night I took my client out to target tarpon. We caught tarpon however, the biggest thrill of the night was the 175 lb tarpon who rose to the surface numerous times. What a great time. It took my client 1 hour and 15 minutes to reel the monster t more...
Capt. Richard Burson - Islamorada


2009-07-04
9:38 AM

SUMMERTIME DOLPHIN - Dolphin fishing is turning into the summer time pattern. The fish may be 25 to 30 miles out.One boat may find them find them while a boat a mile away will not. Last Friday we were out, but the thunder storms forced us in after a couple of hours. more...
Capt. Izzy Donatiello - Islamorada


2009-06-20
10:58 AM

Tarpon worm hatch - There is a phenomenon that happens each year in May and June in the Florida Keys. Tarpon go crazy when the paloao worm begin to hatch! The tarpon bite is amazing during this particular hatch. They cannot resist the worm and an angler can catch tarpon more...
Capt. Richard Burson - Islamorada


2009-06-17
7:59 AM

Tarpon fishing is the best this year. - Dolphin fishing remains strong. The other day fish to 35 pounds were 19 miles out. I would head out south-southwest looking for birds weeds etc. The fish are there. Yellowtail snapper fishing is still the best bet. You need a lot of chum; some cu more...
Capt. Izzy Donatiello - Islamorada


2009-06-12
3:43 PM

Bonefish Everywhere Fishing Report - It has been a long time since I have seen so many tailers. I am talking 100 plus bonefish, and I am not telling a fish tale. A week ago I took my wife out for some fun fishing and we saw 30 plus fish. Then I was booked with a man named Arthur who ha more...
Capt. Richard Burson - Islamorada


2009-05-28
9:33 AM

Tarpon in the Everglades Park - The dolphin fishing remains good; most of the fish are between 400 to 800 feet of water. The boats going out to 1200 feet are finding bigger fish. The Blackfin tuna are biting on the humps. Yellowtail snapper are still showing up in good numbers more...
Capt. Izzy Donatiello - Islamorada

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