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Fishing Reports by Capt. Izzy Donatiello


2010-05-03
9:20 AM

Dolphin starting to show - Dolphin have began to show up. Some of the boats are catching them good others not so good. However, on the way out to the humps for tuna and amber jacks you might be able to catch dolphin for dinner. The yellowtail snapper have finally started to more...
Capt. Izzy Donatiello - Islamorada


2010-03-21
7:12 PM

65 Degree Water is No Good For Fishing - Sailfish have been hard; they moved out. They will be back. A few king mackerel are around. A bottom pole will still catch you a nice mutton snapper. There are amber jacks on the wrecks. Grouper season remains closed. The reef fishing is ok, the more...
Capt. Izzy Donatiello - Islamorada


2010-02-05
7:45 AM

Fishing returns to normal; as water temp increases - Sails are biting good. King mackerel are thick on the edge of the reef out to 200 feet. A bottom pole will catch you a nice mutton snapper. Grouper season remains closed. The reef fishing is good, there is a lot of yellowtail and mangrove sna more...
Capt. Izzy Donatiello - Islamorada


2010-01-19
9:01 AM

Sail fish are in town - Before the record breaking cold temperatures; sails were here in here in good numbers. Kingfish were also being caught; along with the school kings. There were were a lot of 20# plus fish. To target the bigger fish; bigger baits must be used. There h more...
Capt. Izzy Donatiello - Islamorada


2009-12-14
8:11 PM

Sailfish as good as it gets.............. - The sail fishing is good as it gets some days; and slow on others. Traveling alone the edge are kingfish and school dolphin. The yellowtail snapper bite remains good; with some mutton snappers and grouper mixed in. Everglades park is still p more...
Capt. Izzy Donatiello - Islamorada


2009-11-25
8:17 PM

Smoker kingfish are here - The fishing is getting more into the winter time pattern. There are some tuna still on the humps; the dolphin fishing has slowed down. The sailfish are still in good numbers. Smoker kingfish are on the wreaks and rough bottom; blue runners are the ba more...
Capt. Izzy Donatiello - Islamorada


2009-10-28
10:02 AM

Fishing has improved - The fishing has improved since the cold front pasted last week. The blackfin tuna are still at the humps; there are more dolphin around. There are schools of small ones right on the reef. The sailfish have showed up in good numbers as well. The more...
Capt. Izzy Donatiello - Islamorada


2009-09-21
8:56 AM

Tuna are on the humps - Offshore is in the late summer mode. The blackfin tuna are the only consistent catch. A few dolphin are being caught on the way out. This will change as the water begins to cool up north and the dolphin return south for the winter. There are som more...
Capt. Izzy Donatiello - Islamorada


2009-08-07
8:45 PM

TARPON FISHING STILL HOT - Dolphin fishing remains spotty. Some boats are catching a handful; while others are catching thirty. The most consistent action is the blackfin and skipjack tuna at the humps. The yellowtail snapper bite is good; the mangrove snappers have pretty more...
Capt. Izzy Donatiello - Islamorada


2009-07-04
9:38 AM

SUMMERTIME DOLPHIN - Dolphin fishing is turning into the summer time pattern. The fish may be 25 to 30 miles out.One boat may find them find them while a boat a mile away will not. Last Friday we were out, but the thunder storms forced us in after a couple of hours. more...
Capt. Izzy Donatiello - Islamorada

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