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Fishing Reports by Capt. Izzy Donatiello


2009-06-17
7:59 AM

Tarpon fishing is the best this year. - Dolphin fishing remains strong. The other day fish to 35 pounds were 19 miles out. I would head out south-southwest looking for birds weeds etc. The fish are there. Yellowtail snapper fishing is still the best bet. You need a lot of chum; some cu more...
Capt. Izzy Donatiello - Islamorada


2009-05-28
9:33 AM

Tarpon in the Everglades Park - The dolphin fishing remains good; most of the fish are between 400 to 800 feet of water. The boats going out to 1200 feet are finding bigger fish. The Blackfin tuna are biting on the humps. Yellowtail snapper are still showing up in good numbers more...
Capt. Izzy Donatiello - Islamorada


2009-05-06
8:36 AM

Dolphin in 150 feet of water - The offshore fishing has been good. The other day we caught dolphin in 150 feet of water. The fish were under birds; some birds were on dolphin others on bonito. Permit have moved on to some of the deep wrecks. Yellowtail snapper are showing up i more...
Capt. Izzy Donatiello - Islamorada


2009-04-16
2:18 AM

Dolphin Are Here - Dolphin are showing up in good numbers. They are from the reef edge out to 20 miles. Small blackfin tuna are on the offshore hump. Sailfish are still around. Big yellowtail snapper are beginning to show up in good numbers as the spawn kicks in. It more...
Capt. Izzy Donatiello - Islamorada


2009-03-25
9:09 AM

Offshore Fishing Good - When the wind stop the offshore fishing is good. There are a lot of small Kingfish, some Dolphin and Sailfish on the edge of the reef. Tori Jo Boren caught her first Sailfish on Saturday. The was one of two that came up in 135 feet of water off Islam more...
Capt. Izzy Donatiello - Islamorada


2009-02-28
8:48 AM

Fishing Improves as Water Warms - The gulf is still holding Spanish mackerel. I have been fishing for the Spanish for a couple of hours. Then moving to some structure; I would catch some mangrove snappers for diner.on our last trip we also caught a 20 pound jewfish on 12# test line. more...
Capt. Izzy Donatiello - Islamorada


2009-02-09
7:02 AM

Spanish Mackerel on Fly in the Gulf - I ran to gulf to find some Spanish mackerel. I had to run 25 miles to find 65 degree water temperature. We caught trout, snappers and Spanish macks. When the mackerel were thick around the boat; Mike Mennell broke out his fly rod. He caught several f more...
Capt. Izzy Donatiello - Islamorada


2009-01-11
11:30 AM

Spanish mackerel are thick in the gulf - Sailfish still dominate the offshore. There are lots of kings around with some bigger one showing up. The yellowtails snappers have been eating with some nice 2 to 3 pound fish showing up. Some of the deeper wreaks are producing amber jacks. Span more...
Capt. Izzy Donatiello - Islamorada


2008-12-18
7:33 AM

Sailfish are here - The offshore fishing has been dominated by sailfish. There are also a good number of kingfish. The yellow tails snappers are biting good. Spanish mackerel are in the gulf big time. They provide a lot of action on light tackle Izzy more...
Capt. Izzy Donatiello - Islamorada


2008-12-02
9:32 AM

sailfish fishing remains strong - The sailfishing remains good. Along with the sails are nice size dolphin and kingfish. The tuna are biting good out at the humps this last week. The trout fishing is good. The big change id the spanish mackerel have arrived in the gulf. There are more...
Capt. Izzy Donatiello - Islamorada

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