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Fishing Reports by Capt. Izzy Donatiello


2007-05-14
12:00 AM

Upper Florida Keys & Islamorada - The offshore fishing has been good. Big dolphin have showed up in good numbers.The three biggest ones weighted at the marina were a 55#, 48# and a 43 pounder. The fish have not been far offshore most in 700 to 800 foot range. A lot of smaller fish in more...
Capt. Izzy Donatiello - Islamorada


2007-04-13
12:00 AM

Upper Florida Keys & Islamorada - The offshore fishing has been fair with the onset of the east winds. Some dolphin and blackfin tuna on the offshore humps.The reef in 50 to 90 feet of water is producing nice yellowtail snappers and grouper of the bottom. In the backcountry, the bi more...
Capt. Izzy Donatiello - Islamorada


2007-03-24
12:00 AM

Upper Florida Keys & Islamorada - The offshore fishing has been good with the onset of the east winds. There has been a current edge in 300 feet of water. Trolled live baits has been producing sailfish and dolphin in good numbers. The reef in 50 to 90 feet of water is producing nice more...
Capt. Izzy Donatiello - Islamorada


2007-03-07
12:00 AM

Upper Florida Keys & Islamorada - The offshore fishing remains slow. There are some kings around, but not many. No sails to talk about. The deep water snappers are not eating. However, the black groupers are on the bottom. Heavy tackle and live baits are the ticket. Most of the acti more...
Capt. Izzy Donatiello - Islamorada


2007-02-24
12:00 AM

Upper Florida Keys & Islamorada - Over the past week, fishing in general has been a little on the slow side. The water temperature took a down turn. There are a few sails being caught, some kings in the deeper water, amberjacks on the humps. The Spanish macks are still eating good in more...
Capt. Izzy Donatiello - Islamorada


2007-02-14
12:00 AM

Upper Florida Keys & Islamorada - The kings have finally showed up in good numbers. Trolled de-boned ballyhoo have been working fine. Get the baits down 50 to 80 feet. one down on the bottom will get you a grouper or mutton snapper. The reef has been good with both cero and spanish m more...
Capt. Izzy Donatiello - Islamorada


2007-02-06
12:00 AM

Upper Florida Keys & Islamorada - Last Friday I took rose and Steve long out to the gulf. The fishing was good with the Spanish macks in thick. They also caught a couple of nice trout and snappers for dinner. The last fish of the day was a 100 plus 7 foot Black tip shark. The action more...
Capt. Izzy Donatiello - Islamorada


2007-01-15
12:00 AM

Upper Florida Keys & Islamorada - Over the pasts weeks the key word has been WIND and more wind. These types of conditions are tough on the customers. I did make a couple of trips into the gulf for some Spanish mackerel, snappers and groupers. We caught some nice snappers for dinner; more...
Capt. Izzy Donatiello - Islamorada


2006-12-26
12:00 AM

Upper Florida Keys & Islamorada - I did one of my favorite trips; I took a make-a-wish kid out fishing. We when out to the reef; for a couple of hours. He caught enough fish to feed the family of five plus some mackerel, a 23 and a half gag grouper, and a couple of sharks. Not bad fo more...
Capt. Izzy Donatiello - Islamorada


2006-12-05
12:00 AM

Upper Florida Keys & Islamorada - Last week we tried for a sailfish, but couldn't raise any. We did catch Kingfish and a lot of sharks. Had a whale shark come up to the boat; we caught some cobia off it. The water is still a little warm; What sailfish action there was. happened from more...
Capt. Izzy Donatiello - Islamorada

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