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Capt. Jack Carlson
January 31, 2010
Marathon - Saltwater Fishing Report

The reef action has been on fire! Lots of grouper, mangrove, yellowtail, and mutton snapper have been biting. They have been eating fresh ballyhoo cut into chunks best.
We have been castnetting live ballyhoo on the reef and taking out to the deep and catching everything from sailfish, muttons and big kingfish on them.
Offshore the tuna have been bitting well on the butterfly jigs but been more on the smaller side. We have been highspeed trolling out to the Marathon Humps and catching wahoo from 30-40 plus pounds.
The Bite is On!
Tight lines,
Capt. Jack Carlson
www.twoconchs.com
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Marathon Fishing Forecast:

The fishing will get better and better in the Bay/Gulf. We just need that water to warm up a little for us.

Target Species:

Cobia

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Capt. Jack Carlson was born and raised here in the Fl. Keys, and followed his father's footsteps as a charter captain. He can provide you with a great day on the water both fishing and spearfishing. He also has a comfortable 2 bedroom condo that you can stay in while you are on vacation here in the Keys. He fishes Offshore, Reefs, Wrecks, Tarpon, and Gulf Wrecks. Families with kids are always welcome aboard the Two Conchs, 31' Contender with twin YAMAHA motors.

Contact Info:

Two Conchs Sportfishing
108 Saguaro Lane
Marathon, FL 33050
Phone: 305-481-8528
Alt. Phone: 305-743-6253
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