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Fishing Reports by Capt. Jim Black

8:25 PM

Spring Mahi bite - The Mahi bite seems to have slowed down some this past week; but, I managed to boat 12 Mahi, 2 Sailfish, a Blackfin Tuna and a Kingfish last weekend. Even though he rips are setting up, there isn't much weed on them. We were most successful troll more...
Capt. Jim Black - Jupiter

2:23 PM

Red hot spring Mahi bite - The seas are still a little bumpy this time of year, but for those willing to get out, it's definitely worth the effort. Fished Friday & Saturday this week and caught 4 larger gaffer Mahi both days in 200' off Jupiter inlet. Trolling worked just as more...
Capt. Jim Black - Jupiter

7:51 PM

It's finally Sailfish time - The cold fronts have finally started to push through with a chilly air, a north breeze and rougher seas. Add these conditions together and you have the perfect conditions to catch a Sailfish. Most Captains are reporting 2-3 fish each trip deep se more...
Capt. Jim Black - Jupiter

7:20 PM

Red hot Mahi bite - The Mahi bite off Palm Beach and Jupiter continues to be red hot. It seems that everyone is catching nice size Mahi on every trip in 110' - 400'. The seas are bumpy and you have to pick your days, but on the days you can get out, expect to catch fi more...
Capt. Jim Black - Jupiter

1:04 PM

Mahi bite still hot - - Deep sea fishing is all weather and conditions related. The weather had been rough all week, but finally laid down enough Saturday that we could fish (rained all day today and a cold front coming through tonight - it'll be 5-6 days before the seas l more...
Capt. Jim Black - Jupiter

7:00 AM

Mahi Madness - Jupiter - It's between seasons off Palm Beach and Jupiter. Fishing for Mahi and Kingfish is starting to slow down and the Sailfish action hasn't caught fire yet. That doesn't mean we're not catching fish. With the weather and seas finally cooperating, we more...
Capt. Jim Black - Jupiter

9:04 PM

Steadily improving Mahi Mahi bite - The Mahi bite has been steadily improving over the past few weeks. We're catching the larger fish 12-15 miles offshore on larger weed lines or mats trolling ballyhoo and pitching white bait. We're also catching nice size schoolies trolling in 250' more...
Capt. Jim Black - Jupiter

10:04 AM

August Mahi, Kingfish, Wahoo bite - The bite has been relatively hot given that August is usually a slow time of fishing here in the Palm Beaches. If you're willing to make the run offshore anywhere from 650' to 1200' you'll find large weed patches that are holding mostly schoolie Mah more...
Capt. Jim Black - Jupiter

11:08 AM

Bonita, Sharks, Mahi, Tuna and Sailfish - The water current is normal at 4-5 mph and North. The water temp is 86 degrees. There are still plenty of Bonita to be caught. They are smaller than usual. As is typical this time of year, you have to get them to the boat fast to avoid letting the s more...
Capt. Jim Black - Jupiter

8:54 AM

"Shark Week" and Sailfish action off Jupiter, FL - The Bonita are still thick off Palm Beach County which means that almost every bait in the water and it's fish on! Although we don't eat Bonita, they are pound for pound one of the best fighting fish out there. The hard part is getting them to th more...
Capt. Jim Black - Jupiter

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