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Islamorada Fishing Reports


2009-05-13
6:19 PM

Tarpon Tarpon Tarpon!!!! - The Tarpon are plentiful at this point. I am seeing them in skinny water so we have working feverishly to catch them on fly which is an amazing, like no other fight! Before you come to fish tarpon on fly even if you are an avid fly fisherman you will more...
Capt. Richard Burson - Islamorada


2009-05-08
8:07 PM

Big Dolphin and lots of Schooling Gaffers - Constant action all day long on the Sea Horse at Whale Harbor Marina. Big Dolphin, and nice size gaffing size Dolphin. Dolphin are moving through in various depths of water. We are catching them on trolling lures, skipping Ballyhoo, and chunk bait. more...
Capt. Don Clark - Islamorada


2009-05-06
8:36 AM

Dolphin in 150 feet of water - The offshore fishing has been good. The other day we caught dolphin in 150 feet of water. The fish were under birds; some birds were on dolphin others on bonito. Permit have moved on to some of the deep wrecks. Yellowtail snapper are showing up i more...
Capt. Izzy Donatiello - Islamorada


2009-04-24
5:56 PM

Tarpon Tarpon Tarpon!!! - Well the Tarpon are in and it has been non-stop catching! Night trips are the way to go though if you truly want to catch a tarpon. They feed more frequently during the night near the bridges. We spend our time drifting back and forth through the pil more...
Capt. Richard Burson - Islamorada


2009-04-16
2:18 AM

Dolphin Are Here - Dolphin are showing up in good numbers. They are from the reef edge out to 20 miles. Small blackfin tuna are on the offshore hump. Sailfish are still around. Big yellowtail snapper are beginning to show up in good numbers as the spawn kicks in. It more...
Capt. Izzy Donatiello - Islamorada


2009-03-25
9:09 AM

Offshore Fishing Good - When the wind stop the offshore fishing is good. There are a lot of small Kingfish, some Dolphin and Sailfish on the edge of the reef. Tori Jo Boren caught her first Sailfish on Saturday. The was one of two that came up in 135 feet of water off Islam more...
Capt. Izzy Donatiello - Islamorada


2009-03-10
1:54 PM

Keys fishing Report - The fishing has been wonderful! There are many species to be caught so anglers have a wide variety to target. This past week the cobia have been a non-stop catch! If you have not tried cobia it is a very tasty fish and quite a fun sportsfish! The s more...
Capt. Richard Burson - Islamorada


2009-03-08
4:19 PM

Bonefishing - The bonefish are biting! The cold front that just came through last week put a damper on the bite but now that our warm weather is back the fish are HUNGRY! The reef fishing is really fun right now. You do not have to go far to catch some legal sized more...
Capt. Richard Burson - Islamorada


2009-02-28
8:48 AM

Fishing Improves as Water Warms - The gulf is still holding Spanish mackerel. I have been fishing for the Spanish for a couple of hours. Then moving to some structure; I would catch some mangrove snappers for diner.on our last trip we also caught a 20 pound jewfish on 12# test line. more...
Capt. Izzy Donatiello - Islamorada


2009-02-18
3:11 PM

Weather means a lot !!!! - Along with Sailfish and Kingfish,the last few trips we have been catching what we call gaffers. These are Dolphin (Mahi) that are too big to lift into the boat with the rod and real. We gaff these fish and put them in the fish box for safe keeping. more...
Capt. Don Clark - Islamorada

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