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Black Fin Tuna, Dolphin and Sailfihs

Capt. Richard Houde
October 29, 2017
Key West - Saltwater Fishing Report

The Effects of Hurricane Irma seem to be fading as the waters of Key West clear up and the "normal" fish we expect to see this time of year are showing up. Black Fin Tuna early in the day and late in the afternoon have been steady. There are still some Dolphin being caught, including some in the 15-20lb range. Occasional sailfish showing up and that should only get better as the reef is loaded with Ballyhoo. The reef loaded with bait is always a good sign and good fishing usually follows.
www.southboundsportfishing.com

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Professional sportfishing trips on the waters surrounding Key West, Florida aboard 40ft custom Key West Charterboat. Sailfish, Wahoo, Dolphin, Marlin, Barracuda, Shark, Grouper, Snapper and more

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Southbound Sportfishing
703 Catherine St
Key West, FL 33040
Phone: 305-293-8565
Alt. Phone: 305-296-7256
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