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Fishing Reports by Capt. Izzy Donatiello


2008-11-17
11:04 AM

DOLPHIN MIXED IN WITH SAILFISH - The sailfishing is good. The fish are chasing ballyhoo in as shallow as 40 feet of water. Along with the sails are nice size dolphin and kingfish. The best way to fish is to slow troll live baits from 80 out to 250 feet of water. Keep an eye out for more...
Capt. Izzy Donatiello - Islamorada


2008-10-20
9:37 AM

Tuna bite is on - The blackfin tuna are on the offshore humps. The average weight is 10 pounds; however, the twenty plus ones can be taken with live bait.It is important to place you baits far back behind the boat. On the way out check any birds and debris for dolphin more...
Capt. Izzy Donatiello - Islamorada


2008-08-27
10:29 AM

Nice Dolphin and Tuna on Humps - Dolphin are still being caught. There haven't been the schools of small fish; but the one that are caught are nice fish. Also the fish are in 500 to 700 feet of water. The tuna are on the humps; the are likewise nice size fish. Tarpon are still in more...
Capt. Izzy Donatiello - Islamorada


2008-07-22
8:27 AM

Dolphin dominate offshore fishing - Dolphin dominate the offshore picture. There are all the fish you want to catch from 450 feet out to 700 feet. The problem is that the fish are on the small size. If the fish are small move on to the next group. You should be able to find enough nice more...
Capt. Izzy Donatiello - Islamorada


2008-06-17
11:29 AM

Tarpon bite is hot..hot..hot - The tarpon fishing is in high gear. During the day, dead bait is the ticket. After dark, crabs can't be beat. In the park the cuts are still holding trout, snapper and tarpon. On the blue water side, the dolphin fishing is good. There are a go more...
Capt. Izzy Donatiello - Islamorada


2008-05-20
9:37 AM

Big Dolphin Being Caught - Over the past weeks the fishing has been good. I went tarpon fishing and caught fish every time. The fish have eaten crabs. In addition to the tarpon in the everglades park; the trout and snapper fishing is good. I have also been catching Goliath gro more...
Capt. Izzy Donatiello - Islamorada


2008-04-24
3:38 PM

Tarpon are here.... - Over the past couple the weeks the tarpon have show up. We been catching them back in the Everglades Park as well in the bride channel. However they do not bite with a North wind. We did a couple of shark fishing trips; with lemons and blacktips more...
Capt. Izzy Donatiello - Islamorada


2008-04-06
10:20 AM

Snapper bite is on - Sail fishing remains slow; if you put in the time you should catch one. The best plan is to use live bait with a trace of wire to catch some kings while you wait for a sail. Don't forget a deep bait to get a bottom fish. The high winds have caused th more...
Capt. Izzy Donatiello - Islamorada


2008-02-26
12:00 AM

Upper Florida Keys & Islamorada - Fishing for Sailfish is poor. The small kings are still biting good. The bait of choice is a small jig tipped with a shrimp. Over the past week, the bottom bite for grouper was good. The fish were in 65 to 90 foot of water. Yellowtail snappers fishi more...
Capt. Izzy Donatiello - Islamorada


2008-02-11
12:00 AM

Upper Florida Keys & Islamorada - Fishing for Sailfish is spotty. The kings are still biting good. There have been some dolphin cruising down the edge of the reef. Over the past week, the bottom bite for grouper was good. The fish were in 65 to 90 foot of water. The shallow water f more...
Capt. Izzy Donatiello - Islamorada

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