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Fishing Reports by Capt. Mark Houghtaling


2000-08-14
12:00 AM

Miami, Florida - Offshore - I went fishing this past week with a less than enthusiastic attitude toward Dolphin fishing. I had received reports from captains and local anglers that the Dolphin fishing was hit or miss at best, and the fish were small to very small. When you more...
Capt. Mark Houghtaling - Miami


2000-08-07
12:00 AM

Miami, Florida - Offshore - Advancing tropical waves have been hampering the fisherman but not the fish these past few weeks. Dolphin fishing has been an on again off again affair, but when they are on they have been plentiful and big! Captain Frank Godwin, captain of the &# more...
Capt. Mark Houghtaling - Miami


2000-07-25
12:00 AM

Miami, Florida - Offshore - Even though the heat has been almost unbearable, the Dolphin fishing has been holding up well, and anglers are still finding it relatively easy to bring home a few for the freezer. Most of the fish have been schoolies. Pompano Dolphin have made a more...
Capt. Mark Houghtaling - Miami


2000-07-17
12:00 AM

Miami, Florida - Offshore - I recently received an e-mail from a very good friend of mine and an excellent captain in the Miami area. He expressed to me some of his frustrations as a charter captain here in Miami. His views are echoed by many charter captains in this area as more...
Capt. Mark Houghtaling - Miami


2000-07-11
12:00 AM

Miami, Florida - Offshore - I had the greatest fishing report to give this week. Dolphin fishing had turned on to unbelievable proportions. Starting in close, were small schoolie Dolphin from two to three pounds. As you moved further offshore, the size of the fish increased more...
Capt. Mark Houghtaling - Miami


2000-07-01
12:00 AM

Miami, Florida - Offshore - This time of year, many boaters will be making the short, easy crossing to the Bahamas. For some it may seem like a harrowing experience, but for others, it can be a funfilled, exciting , family trip, that will be remembered for years. The close more...
Capt. Mark Houghtaling - Miami


2000-06-27
12:00 AM

Miami, Florida - Offshore - Dolphin fishing continues to peek up and down our coastline. Fish can be found from as far out as twenty miles , and as close in as one mile. (Remember all distances are measured from the edge of the reef) Average sizes have been from three to six more...
Capt. Mark Houghtaling - Miami


2000-06-19
12:00 AM

Miami, Florida - Offshore - While everyone has been hunting Dolphin, a few anglers have been enjoying a small run of Sailfish off the Miami shoreline. The GulfStream has had a hard north current for the past week, and it produced a very nice color change along the edge of th more...
Capt. Mark Houghtaling - Miami


2000-06-05
12:00 AM

Miami, Florida - Offshore - Fishing has been typical for this time of year. The most prominent fishing has been for Dolphin. Anglers are still finding good numbers of Dolphin in 400 ft out to 1200 feet of water. There has been plenty of weedlines and the fish have been searc more...
Capt. Mark Houghtaling - Miami


2000-05-23
12:00 AM

Miami, Florida - Offshore - Islamorada is the hot spot this week! If you want big Dolphin, then Islamorada is the place to go. Captains have been venturing to the “Hump” and beyond in search of Frigate birds diving on Dolphin. Armed with binoculars, they hunt for more...
Capt. Mark Houghtaling - Miami

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