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Key West Fishing Reports


2009-03-22
7:59 AM

A Grand Slam time of year! - The Fishing Report. March 22, 2009. Permit are Marching! Tarpon are Rolling!! Bonefish are schooling!!! Permit are still the hot fish of recent days and Tarpon have begun to really show up in the channels and some basins on both sides of the Ke more...
Capt. Dexter Simmons - Key West


2009-03-05
4:29 PM

Cold North Winds Slows Action - The high winds have hampered the efforts to get very far from home. Offshore, BLACKFIN TUNA, WAHOO, SAILFISH and LITTLE TUNNY have been taken with some regularity by those who will spend the time to find the pilchards. There have not been an abundanc more...
Capt. Ralph Delph - Key West


2009-03-04
8:39 PM

Permit and Bonefish showing in cold water - The Fishing Report. March 4, 2009. Permit are Marching! During the past few weeks we have seen a strong influx of migrating Permit making their way onto Keys flats. The Marquesas, the Key West Lakes flats, and the Lower Keys flats have seen mor more...
Capt. Dexter Simmons - Key West


2009-02-22
1:50 PM

Good Fishing Gets Great...Still No Snow - Good Fishing Gets Great In late February and March I have found bigger than life Tarpon back in the Gulf when all the factors come together...water temperature, wind, sun and bait. West has been IT for me. There are big barricudas and cobia more...
Capt. Paul Ollariu - Key West


2009-02-17
11:28 AM

Tarpon and Permit migrate into Keys waters! - The Fishing Report. Feb. 17, 2009. Tarpon and Permit migrate into Keys waters! During the past few weeks we have seen a strong influx of migrating Tarpon and Permit making their way into Keys channels and flats. This is a 60 pounder landed arou more...
Capt. Dexter Simmons - Key West


2009-02-12
10:53 AM

Returning to Normal Pattern - Now that the winds have finally subsided, and the Gulfstream has moved a little further offshore, winter fishing should get back to a more normal pattern. The stream has been so tight to the reef that anything but pelagic species has been hard to fin more...
Capt. Ralph Delph - Key West


2009-01-30
4:52 PM

Cudas and Jacks Rule! - Jan. 30, 2009. Winter Fishing in the Keys! In between cold fronts that lower water temps into the 60's we often are able to find schools of Bonefish, Permit and Tarpon on the Atlantic and Gulf side flats. During periods of cooler weather we are more...
Capt. Dexter Simmons - Key West


2009-01-16
8:30 AM

UPDATE! - High winds, cold and muddy water and rough seas will put a damper on most all fishing in Key West this week end. On Thursday, one could witness the slow down of cooperation of all species of fish by the hour. It was like a rheostat being slowly turne more...
Capt. Ralph Delph - Key West


2009-01-15
12:59 PM

Florida Keys Winter Bonefish Action - Great things to report about the bonefish here in the Lower Florida Keys. We are currently underneath a fairly strong cold front with what seems like more to come. Though the past two days leading this current front, I spent on the water with a more...
Capt. Luke Kelly - Key West


2009-01-13
10:34 AM

Pelagic's Dominate - The pocket of still water that was south of the lower keys over the past week, has moved out and has been replaced by a strong eastbound Gulfstream that is oscillating from 1 to 3 miles south of the reef line. This has brought WAHOO, BLACKFIN TUNA, B more...
Capt. Ralph Delph - Key West

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