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Fishing Reports by Capt. Mark Houghtaling


2008-03-09
9:07 AM

Sailfishing Action Consistent off Miami - This week we had steady winds and steady action on Sailfish. Although the winds were primarily from the south, the sailfish were hungry. Dolphin action continues to be spotty, but when they show up, they are welcomed to the fish box. We found many sc more...
Capt. Mark Houghtaling - Miami


2006-01-30
12:00 AM

Miami, Florida - Offshore - Sailfishing is still the talk of the town. Probably one of the best sailfishing seasons ever. Each year it just keeps getting better. Double digit releases are heard almost every day. Most anglers are having their best luck while kite fishing with li more...
Capt. Mark Houghtaling - Miami


2005-11-16
12:00 AM

Miami, Florida - Offshore - During our last trip on board the “Magic Fingers” we started out the day by loading up the live wells with a huge net full of live Pilchards. We have been catching Cero Mackerel just north of the Whistle Buoy off Key Largo and on this trip we started more...
Capt. Mark Houghtaling - Miami


2005-10-18
12:00 AM

Miami, Florida - Offshore - Anglers have been having some early action on terrific Sailfishing. This past week fish have been showing up from the Monument Buoy down to North Key Largo. Anglers fishing live bait from kites have recorded up to a half a dozen catches a day during more...
Capt. Mark Houghtaling - Miami


2005-05-12
12:00 AM

Miami, Florida - Offshore - Dolphin fishing remains slow and only a few captains are finding any fish offshore. Anglers finding debris report catching school size dolphin under the junk. Even anglers to south of us in the keys are finding dolphin fishing on the slow side. We mu more...
Capt. Mark Houghtaling - Miami


2005-02-24
12:00 AM

Miami, Florida - Offshore - After a few weeks of very slow fishing in general, things have begun to pick up again this past week. A surprising number of dolphin have been showing up along the edge of the gulf stream. Anglers fishing with live bait have been having the fish show more...
Capt. Mark Houghtaling - Miami


2004-12-13
12:00 AM

Miami, Florida - Offshore - Fishing Report December 13, 2004 What a great time to be fishing. Check the last four trips on the Magic Fingers. Last Friday…1 out of 2 sails, 3 dolphin, cero mackerel, kingfish, 9 muttons to 12 pounds, 1 black grouper. Last Monday…8 Muttons, more...
Capt. Mark Houghtaling - Miami


2004-11-20
12:00 AM

Miami, Florida - Offshore - We’ll its good to be back on the deep sea waters again. I splashed my new 31 ft Contender last week and had my first trip. After a long morning with no action, we did finally find some large mats of weed fifteen miles offshore ( thanks to Rich,) an more...
Capt. Mark Houghtaling - Miami


2004-10-16
12:00 AM

Miami, Florida - Offshore - Its been a while since I submitted a fishing report, but that will soon change. I will be taking delivery of my new 31 Contender probably the first of November and she will be awesome. Just in time for the winter season and none too soon. Im going c more...
Capt. Mark Houghtaling - Miami


2004-06-06
12:00 AM

Miami, Florida - Offshore - Considering the time of year, dolphin action has been just OK. Nothing to write home about, but Ill write about it here. This weekend, during the Kiwanis Club Tournament, held out of the OC’s Raw Bar, not many fish were weighed in. However the fish t more...
Capt. Mark Houghtaling - Miami

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