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Sailfishing is heating up in The Florida Keys

Capt. Marc Toledo
November 16, 2014
Islamorada - Saltwater Fishing Report

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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 the last few days. The boats that have went past the reef and fished the humps have seen some good Tuna fishing and some Amberjacks are also being caught.The bottom bite has been good with some good current and some cloudy water the last few days. The yellow tails have been good on the Ball in 90 feet by the Light and there has been some good Cero Mackerel action on the patch reefs.More cold fronts mean more Sails in the weeks to come!!!!

Islamorada Fishing Forecast:

More Sailfish will be showing up as the cold fronts hit the Florida Keys

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Reel Sharp Sportfishing is located in Islamorada,Fl in the heart of the Florida Keys.Our 33Ft Hydrasport with triple 250 is docked at the World Wide Sportsman Marina.We have a custom tower,a fast,quiet ride with no exhaust fumes. Our boat allows you to get to the fish fast, with great fishability from the bow or the stern. We fish for Sailfish, Mahi, Marlin, Swordfish, Tuna, Wahoo, Grouper, Snapper, Cobia, Mackeral, Shark, Tarpon, Permit and more. We use live baits and light tackle spinning gear

Contact Info:

Reel Sharp Sportfishing
World Wide Sportsman
81576 Overseas Highway
Islamorada, IL 33036-3813
Phone: 786-361-7646
Alt. Phone: 786-361-7646
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