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Fishing Reports by Capt. Jason Long


2012-12-04
12:43 PM

Middle Keys Report 12.4.12 - By: http://www.bestbetsportfishing.com When looking at the Florida Keys fishing forecast don't just focus on the wind speed. Wind direction also plays an important role in determining if the seas are going to be calm or rough. Last week, despite s more...
Capt. Jason Long - Marathon


2012-11-12
9:53 PM

Key Colony Beach Charter Boat Report: 11.12.12 - By: http://www.bestbetsportfishing.com Strong winds kept many boats from getting offshore last week, but they didn't prevent anglers from reeling in excellent catches closer to home. On the reef, the billfish flags have been flying as more and mor more...
Capt. Jason Long - Marathon


2012-11-06
9:14 AM

Key Colony Beach Fishing Report: 11.6.12 - By: www.bestbetsportfishing.com It was an exciting week in the Florida Keys. We had the Presidential election, Brock Cheetah turned 50, and the fishing was excellent throughout the islands. Offshore, the dolphin (mahi mahi) were scattered, but the more...
Capt. Jason Long - Marathon


2012-10-30
9:26 AM

Florida Keys Fishing Report: Marathon & Middle Keys - By: www.bestbetsportfishing.com November is a time when many of our pelagic wintertime fish start showing up in the Florida Keys as the water temperatures begin to cool. These include kingfish, wahoo, tuna, a few cobias, and one of my favorite fis more...
Capt. Jason Long - Marathon


2012-10-23
10:15 AM

Marathon Fishing Report 10.23.12 - A Windy Week By: www.bestbetsportfishing.com As I write this the wind is howling, the palm trees are swaying, and there's another tropical storm spinning out in the Caribbean. Fortunately, Sandy is not expected to impact the Florida Keys direc more...
Capt. Jason Long - Marathon


2012-10-16
1:27 PM

Marathon, Florida Keys Offshore/Reef Report - By:www.bestbetsportfishing.com Happy Information Overload Awareness Day! What the flounderů? I'm not joking, apparently Saturday, October 20th, is a day set aside for us to send fewer emails, spend less time texting, and to not continuously check more...
Capt. Jason Long - Marathon


2012-10-09
1:57 PM

Marathon, Florida Keys Offshore and Inshore Report 10.9.12 - By: www.bestbetsportfishing.com Greetings anglers! Hopefully you got a chance to get out on the water last week and take advantage of the excellent October fishing that we have been experiencing up and down the Florida Keys. If not, don't put the more...
Capt. Jason Long - Marathon


2012-10-02
11:48 AM

Fall Pelagics! Middle Keys Charter Boat Report, 10.2.12 - By: www.bestbetsportfishing.com October is a transition month for fishing in the Florida Keys. It's sandwiched between the peak summertime dolphin (mahi mahi) season, and the prime cold weather sailfish, cobia, and kingfish action. So unfortunatel more...
Capt. Jason Long - Marathon


2012-09-25
9:50 AM

Mutton Madness! Marathon, FL Keys Fishing Report 9.25.12 - By: www.bestbetsportfishing.com Changes in the seasons are far less obvious in the Florida Keys than in other areas of the country. There's no first snowfall to warn us of winter, and no change of colors in the trees to tell us that fall has arriv more...
Capt. Jason Long - Marathon


2012-09-20
6:42 PM

Florida Keys Summer Fishing Recap - Summer of 2012 Saturday, September 22, marks the official end of summer and the beginning of fall. You may not be able to feel the change of seasons as you would up north (it sure feels like summer still), but cooler temperatures and a change in t more...
Capt. Jason Long - Marathon

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