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Fishing Reports by Capt. Marc Toledo


2013-02-12
10:37 AM

Florida Keys Cobia fishing - Winter time Cobia fishing is red hot in Islamorada right now.Reel Sharp Sport Fishing charters have been getting 5 to 10 fish a trip. The Cobias have been on Rays in the sand in 15 to 30 feet of water. We have been seeing anywhere from 5 to 25 fish p more...
Capt. Marc Toledo - Islamorada


2013-01-08
12:37 PM

Islamorad , florida keys charter Cobia fishing - The winter time is primetime for cobia fishing in the Florida Keys. The fish have been showing up with rays down in the sand on the south end of Islamorada.Live grunts are your best baits. The bottom action for snappers and amberjacks was good the la more...
Capt. Marc Toledo - Islamorada


2012-12-29
9:36 AM

Hot Wahoo fishing in Islamorada - The winter is prime time for wahoo fishing in Islamorada. This 70lb Wahoo was caught on a live pilchard on 20lb test this week on the Reel Sharp out of Robbies marina in Islamorada. The bottom fishing has also been good with good catches of snapper a more...
Capt. Marc Toledo - Islamorada


2012-07-06
10:53 AM

Large Dolphin being caught in Islamorada - We have had a couple of good fishing days this week and there have been a some bigger Dolphin around and we caught 2 in the 20 lb range. There have not been the larger numbers of Dolphin around the last few days but there have been some bigger fish. more...
Capt. Marc Toledo - Islamorada


2012-06-29
3:28 PM

Islamorada reef and offshore dolphin is hot - WELL OUR FIRST NAME STORM OF THE SEASON, TROPICAL STORM DEBBIE, HAS KEPT US OFF THE WATER FOR THE LAST WEEK DO TO THE HIGH WINDS WE WERE GETTING IN THE KEYS.IT WAS GREAT TO GET BACK OUT ON THE WATER AND THE FISH WERE READY TO EAT. WE CAUGHT SOME NICE more...
Capt. Marc Toledo - Islamorada


2012-06-10
10:12 PM

Florida keys and Islamorada offshore fishing is hot - The fishing in Islamorada has been very good this week. There have been alot of 3 to 5 lb schoolie size Mahi and some good Blackfin Tuna fishing offshore.In addition there was a Blue Marlin caught this week in the 100 lb range and the daytime Swordfi more...
Capt. Marc Toledo - Islamorada


2012-05-10
1:03 PM

Islamorada Permit Fishing - The Mahi fishing has been slow for the last few days in Islamorada, but there have been some nice Permit caught on wrecks in the 20 to 30 lb range. There have still been some good Sailfishing this week and we have been catching some nice Blackfin Tun more...
Capt. Marc Toledo - Islamorada


2012-04-08
11:31 AM

Islamorada amberjacks are biting - The Mahi fishing has been good with alot of schoolie size fish..The winds just switched out of the north which will slow them down for awhile but It should turn the Sails back on.There were some Sails caught this week and as long as we get some nort more...
Capt. Marc Toledo - Islamorada


2012-03-14
7:11 PM

Islamorada Florida Keys Sailfishing turned on - The Sailfishing turned on the last few days for us on the REEL Sharp with fish scattered from 50 to 200 feet of water.There has also been some Mahi caught and the Yellowtails have been biting great.A few boats got some Blackfin Tuna on the Islamorada more...
Capt. Marc Toledo - Islamorada


2012-02-20
10:38 PM

Kingfish and Cobia's are hot in Islamorada - The Islamorada offshore fishing today was all about Kingfish and Cobia's today. We had Peter and Steven from England on board today and they caught some Nice Kingfish south of the light.There was a lot of Kings being caught with some of the big ones more...
Capt. Marc Toledo - Islamorada

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