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Fishing Reports by Capt. Mark Houghtaling


2004-05-10
12:00 AM

Miami, Florida - Offshore - Dolphin action is heating up. We were hearing reports in previous weeks about large dolphin on the move south of us in the keys. Well, they have arrived, and we are beginning to see catches of larger dolphin occurring in our area. Many anglers are fi more...
Capt. Mark Houghtaling - Miami


2004-04-08
12:00 AM

Miami, Florida - Offshore - Fishing Report April 8 2003 Cobia have been making a move offshore the Miami coast. The Magic Fingers found a Leatherback turtle moving south in the Gulf Stream and it was loaded with big cobia. We caught one fish that weighed 60 lbs and another th more...
Capt. Mark Houghtaling - Miami


2004-03-13
12:00 AM

Miami, Florida - Offshore - Anglers have been enjoying the peak of the sailfishing season this week. Sailfish have been just about everywhere and this action should continue into April. While fishing live baits with kites, anglers are finding the fish from 80 to approximately 1 more...
Capt. Mark Houghtaling - Miami


2004-02-08
12:00 AM

Miami, Florida - Offshore - A nice bottom bite has been happening off Miami and south. Anglers have been having nice catches of Mutton snapper , Black groupe,r and African Pompano. Probably most of the action has been because of the full moon this week. We had a nice catch last more...
Capt. Mark Houghtaling - Miami


2004-01-09
12:00 AM

Miami, Florida - Offshore - The week following Christmas was OK at best. Only a few sailfish, dolphin and kingfish were caught. This past week we found much of the same with no current to the north off Key Biscayne but good current south of Fowey light. The conditions looked aw more...
Capt. Mark Houghtaling - Miami


2003-12-10
12:00 AM

Miami, Florida - Offshore - Anglers fishing the edge of the stream have been enjoying terrific dolphin fishing while fishing live baits off of kites. These fish can be seen chasing flying fish along the reef line. Most of the fish have been averaging 4 to 8 pounds, but anglers more...
Capt. Mark Houghtaling - Miami


2003-11-13
12:00 AM

Miami, Florida - Offshore - Sailfish action has picked up to phenomenal proportions. Anglers up and down the southeast coast were enjoying winter like sailfish action before the winds picked up to near gale force. The hottest spot seems to be the area just north of the Whistle more...
Capt. Mark Houghtaling - Miami


2003-10-29
12:00 AM

Miami, Florida - Offshore - This past week we found plenty of Cero mackerel between Pacific Reef Light and the Whistle Buoy. This was a planned excursion to fish for the Cero’s and as predicted they were there in about 60 feet of water. We anchored and chummed and caught approx more...
Capt. Mark Houghtaling - Miami


2003-09-21
12:00 AM

Miami, Florida - Offshore - This past week anglers found large schools of sardines heading south about five to six miles offshore. This event occurs every year about this time and you will find sailfish, bonito, and dolphin following these schools of helpless fish. We fished du more...
Capt. Mark Houghtaling - Miami


2003-08-20
12:00 AM

Miami, Florida - Offshore - Surprisingly, anglers are still enjoying decent dolphin catches despite the heavy storms and hot weather. I spoke with one angler fishing this week and he told me of a school of dolphin he found in 1000 feet of water that were all 15 to 20 pounds. He more...
Capt. Mark Houghtaling - Miami

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