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Palm Beach Fishing Reports


2011-05-09
8:56 PM

Snook fishing turning up the heat. - Snook action is still firing, docks, seawalls, and shorelines continue to be the main targets. The snook are very active early morning and late afternoon. Live baits and top water plugs work great along seawalls and flats. Jigs are the choic more...
Capt. Craig Korczynski - Palm Beach


2011-05-01
6:58 AM

Spring comes to life - This week saw the first good Kingfish of the seaon lots of bites and fish of 40 plus.Also nice blackfin with our biggest hitting the scales at 37 lbs.Cobia are still aruond and a well placed bottom bait has consistently produced.Still some sails aro more...
Capt. Tony Rizzo - Palm Beach


2011-02-07
9:30 PM

Warm weather equals snook and tarpon madness - February 7, 2011 Fishing Report The inshore fishing for snook and tarpon has not changed much, early morning and late afternoon the bite turns on. Live bait's and artificial lures work great near shorelines and seawalls. The tarpon can be seen more...
Capt. Craig Korczynski - Palm Beach


2011-01-31
7:55 PM

Jupiter snook and Tarpon Back Bays full of life - Seasonable weather and moderate winds, this is the winter weather we all enjoy so much. The fronts have been tame lately, but I am sure our future holds brisk weather around the corner. I am very certain the north east anglers would love to be in more...
Capt. Craig Korczynski - Palm Beach


2010-12-27
1:44 PM

SAILFISH BITE IS ON - The Sailfish bite is on in Florida!! Come join the Osprey as we target this species. With a cold-weather start on December 14th (record low temperatures), see picture of mist and fog lying on the ocean - we still fished and caught 7 sails on a hal more...
Capt. Joe Drosey - Palm Beach


2010-12-02
10:40 PM

lots of sails and dolphin - excellent fishing now ,Live bait is the way and it should continue as the cold weather continues more...
Capt. Tony Rizzo - Palm Beach


2010-11-09
7:45 AM

It has started. - Recent cold front has got it going. Live bait is the key .Lots of sails and dolphin. Half day catches with 3 to 6 sails and 6 to 10 gafer dolphin are the rule as we write.Mixed in are some nice kings and blackfins.This is all happening within 15 minu more...
Capt. Tony Rizzo - Palm Beach


2010-03-10
4:04 PM

Spring bite starting - Dolphin are starting to show but the big news is large kings,with quite a few between 40 and 50lbs.Some sails are still around and there have been a lot of spanish along the beach. Sharks are still thick more...
Capt. Tony Rizzo - Palm Beach


2010-02-21
1:46 PM

Spring May have sprung - Recently Sailfishing has slowed. The spanish mackeral are thick and the shark fishing is off the hook.Big bulls on the offshore along with sporty spinners on the beach. more...
Capt. Tony Rizzo - Palm Beach


2010-02-07
4:51 PM

Still Sailfish - Sailfishing Remains good with multiple catches the norm. Live bait has taken over and presenting them on kites seems to be doing the trick. Each day seems to have some nice dolphin mixed in to add to the good fishing more...
Capt. Tony Rizzo - Palm Beach

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