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It's finally Sailfish time

Capt. Jim Black
January 18, 2016
Jupiter - Saltwater Fishing Report

The cold fronts have finally started to push through with a chilly air, a north breeze and rougher seas. Add these conditions together and you have the perfect conditions to catch a Sailfish.

Most Captains are reporting 2-3 fish each trip deep sea fishing off Jupiter and the Palm Beaches. The bait of choice is live Goggle Eyes either flown under a kite or slow trolled on the drift.

Most boats are targeting the 80'- 225' range depending on temperature breaks and rip lines.

The seas are a bit rough and the breeze can make the day a little wet so plan on bringing foul weather gear and lots of film for the catch of a lifetime.

Jupiter Fishing Forecast:

As the fronts continue to push through, the Sailfish bite should only continue to improve.

Target Species:

Sailfish

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Offshore charter fishing Jupiter, FL at it's finest on the Black Attack. It's just a short boat ride to the ledge and you're catching Sailfish, Mahi Mahi, Tuna, Kingfish and any number of other pelagic species. Our primary goal is to ensure that everyone on board has a day of fun. We are a personal charter perfect for families, novices and avid anglers alike. Since fishing isn't "catching", we offer a "catch a fish guarantee" for those days the fish just don't want to cooperate.

Contact Info:

Black Attack Fishing
6171 Sand Pine Court
Jupiter, FL 33458
Phone: 561-632-7262
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