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Fishing Reports by Capt. Kristian Demblans


2015-04-09
11:35 PM

The Fishing Season in Islamorada. - We have been as busy as all could be down here in the sportfishing capital of the world. I can personally atest to the fact that reef fishing has never been better. We have been catching our limit on every trip of both Mangrove and Yellowtail sn more...
Capt. Kristian Demblans - Islamorada


2015-02-26
1:53 AM

Winter Mahi in Islamorada - These last few days have been great as far as weather is concerned so we all like to venture out in search of dolphin fish offshore. Since it last warmed up I know there has to be some around. Keep a look out for birds and weed lines. Pull a mixed sp more...
Capt. Kristian Demblans - Islamorada


2015-02-10
8:49 AM

Tails n Fins - this past week the reef bite pick up. The yellowtail snapper started to bite. The water has been clear so -. So run like leaders. So small yellow jake heads with shrimp have been working awesome flatlining the chum slick.there are crappie fish you do more...
Capt. Kristian Demblans - Islamorada


2015-01-20
9:46 AM

Yellowtail Brick Road - The yellowtail continue to bite. Its been alot of fun and fish on the reef. Along with all the yellowtail, mangrove snapper come up the chum slick and feed off the scatter of oats w chum mix we continously toss overboard. it has been fairly easy to r more...
Capt. Kristian Demblans - Islamorada


2015-01-10
3:20 PM

Off Islamorada, The Bite is On!! - The Sailfishing has been great this week. we are seeing alot of bait fish in our area and that usually means a constant bite. I have found them anywhere between 110ft and 180ft. Mostly caught power drifting with live ballyhoo. The kite bait that I pu more...
Capt. Kristian Demblans - Islamorada


2014-12-25
12:45 PM

december Dolphin - Lots of action trolling offshore. Anything from rigged ballyhoo to small squids have been working well for dolphin aswell as tuna. Wahoo and Sailfish have responded well to the troll. 8kts. seems to be a good speed for targeting any of the above ment more...
Capt. Kristian Demblans - Islamorada


2014-12-11
9:16 AM

Islamorada Offshore Bite. - Its needless to mention why Islamorada is the sportfishing capital of the world. This past weekend ,it was host to one of the oldest tournaments in town. The Islamorada Sailfish Classic. Over 200 Sailfish were caught off Islamorada's nearby reefs. Th more...
Capt. Kristian Demblans - Islamorada


2014-11-13
1:22 AM

Sailfish are here and hot in Islamorada. - The Sailfish bite has been on since the first cold front. We have been catching them off the shallower ledges on showers and setting up deep(110ft) and raising them. Most trips out have brought multiple fish to the boat. They have been more responsiv more...
Capt. Kristian Demblans - Islamorada


2014-11-01
11:25 AM

Islamorada is Snapping!! - the fishing here in Isla Morada only gets better now as far as the reef is concerned. All the bait fish here this time of year creates a haven for one who and sailfish.it can make for a really exciting day out on the water and without having to go so more...
Capt. Kristian Demblans - Islamorada


2014-09-19
11:02 PM

Islamorada Snapper Fishing - Yellowtail Snapper are an abundance species off these tropical reefs. Year around the bite is on. This week was no exception. The wind was light and the current was perfect. Not dead but not ripping either. Yellowtail bite is good but the Mangro more...
Capt. Kristian Demblans - Islamorada

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