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Kings, Cobes and Dolphin off West Palm Beach

Capt. Rob Mazzei
May 28, 2008
Jupiter - Saltwater Fishing Report

King Mackerel finally showed up in great numbers off West Palm Beach over the last few days. Large schools can be found patroling the inshore reef out to the drop off.
Spanish Sardines rigged on a triple-hook rigs is all that's needed to catch you limit.

While Kingfishing we've sent baits to the bottom and scored with Cobia to 45 pounds.

We've used the same techniques out in 250 feet of water and scored with Dolphin to 30 pounds and Amberjack to 50 pounds.

Bonito are as thick as they can get in 100-180 feet and provide a good warm-up before chasing something more glamorous.

So far this year the "live bait" scene has been dismal. Some days we'll find enough to make fishing for them worth while but it's been tough so far this Spring.

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Palm Beach, known as the "Gold Coast" is golden when it comes to offshore fishing. It’s no secret the waters off Jupiter and Palm Beach are known as “Sailfish Alley”. We are a full-time professional fishing charter and guide service, located in Jupiter, Florida. When you fish with us you can "get your hands dirty." You will not just sit back and wait for Capt. Rob to hand you the rod. Inshore and offshore fishing, specializing in live bait kite fishing for Sailfish, Dolphin, Wahoo, etc.

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Sail King Fishing Charters
114 Pennock Landing Cir.
Jupiter, FL 33458
Phone: 561-352-7844
Alt. Phone: 561-741-4371
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