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Weather means a lot !!!!

Capt. Don Clark
February 18, 2009
Islamorada - Saltwater Fishing Report

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. The Mahi are found lately around floating debris. The good stuff; like a boards, pallets, or trees that hold schools of bait which attract the Mahi. With the Mahi we usually pick up a Wahoo as we work the area where the Mahi are. We also have been catching alot of King Mackerel first thing in the morning on live bait slow trolling on the edge of the reef. Come down and have the fishing trip of a life time on the Sea Horse.

Islamorada Fishing Forecast:

As long as these cold fronts keep up we should keep catching Sailfish. As it starts to warm up we'll see a lot more Dolphin(Mahi)

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Over 27 years full time Charter fishing. Out of Whale Harbor Dock Islamorada. Sailfish,Dolphin,Blackfin Tuna, Wahoo, Kings, and all the local bottom fish, too numerous to list. All on light tackle and live bait. WE DON'T KEEP YOUR FISH. We release all billfish, or whatever you don't want to keep. The rest we fillet and send home with you. Bring your cooler. And your camera

Contact Info:

Sea Horse Charters
83201 Old Hwy #412
Islamorada, FL 33036
Phone: 305-664-5020
Alt. Phone: 305-393-2788
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