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islamorada Sea Horse Off shore Report

Capt. Rick Rodriguez
April 25, 2017
Islamorada - Saltwater Fishing Report

Mahi Mahi have poured through yesterday, and the day before. Looks like we are going to catch them today also. Some wahoo have been caught around Isolated floating pieces of debris. Tunas are still migrating through along the edge of the gulf stream further off shore. The tunas have varied in size and have been eating small trolling feathers.

The Yellow Tail Snapper are still spawning and it is truly incredible how fast you can catch a limit of fish. 90 feet of water the bigger Yellow Tails have been so cooperative. With very little experience or attention to detail anyone can catch them. This condition probably won't last long; however we will enjoy catching them for now.

Islamorada Fishing Forecast:

More Mahi

Target Species:

Mahi and everything else

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Deep Sea Sport Fishing the Florida Keys in the Gulf Stream and area reefs aboard the Sea Horse with Captain Rick at Whale Harbor mile marker 83.5 Family-friendly Fishing Fun - Great for Vacations and corporate charters. Captain Rick is dedicated to making your trip a memorable fish catching experience. We know where to find the fish. Fish for Mahi, Sailfish, Wahoo, Tuna, Marlin, Shark,Amberjack,Kingfish,and Sword Fish 1/2 Day, All Day and Extended Trips Please Call:305-664-5020

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Sea Horse Deep Sea Sport Fishing
83.5 Whale Harbor
Islamorada, FL 33036
Phone: 305-664-5020
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