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Fishing Reports by Capt. Mark Houghtaling


2001-08-16
12:00 AM

Miami, Florida - Offshore - By now, everyone should have had their fill of this heat. Extremely warm temperatures has been making angling uncomfortable, especially during the mid-day. However, there are still plenty of fish out there to make it worth your while. Dolphin conti more...
Capt. Mark Houghtaling - Miami


2001-08-07
12:00 AM

Miami, Florida - Offshore - Canít tell you if itís a lack of fish or a lack of fisherman, but offshore fishing reports have been sketchy at best. Last weeks downpours put a hamper on the enthusiasm of area fisherman and trying to find a reliable report has been difficult. A more...
Capt. Mark Houghtaling - Miami


2001-07-22
12:00 AM

Miami, Florida - Offshore - Dolphin are still running strong offshore the Dade coastline. Anglers have been finding them from 450 feet of water on out to 1200 feet, or about eight miles from the drop-off. As always, look for diving birds. Most of the schools are being follow more...
Capt. Mark Houghtaling - Miami


2001-07-10
12:00 AM

Miami, Florida - Offshore - I went fishing the other day and could not believe the unbelievable heat we were encountering, even on the water. The ocean was flat calm, and we did fill the box with schoolies, but we needed to run the boat to keep cooled down. Next, on the way more...
Capt. Mark Houghtaling - Miami


2001-06-24
12:00 AM

Miami, Florida - Offshore - If you want dolphin, get ready for a ride. They have been out 15 to 20 miles. Schoolies have been the bulk of the action with fish mostly in the 4 to 6 lb. range. However, the action this week has been welcomed over the action the past couple of w more...
Capt. Mark Houghtaling - Miami


2001-06-12
12:00 AM

Miami, Florida - Offshore - Mixed reports have been coming in from Dolphin fisherman ranging from good to poor. Some anglers reported running over 120 miles a day and not finding a single Dolphin. While other anglers have found 4 to 5 pound schoolies feeding along the edge o more...
Capt. Mark Houghtaling - Miami


2001-06-04
12:00 AM

Miami, Florida - Offshore - You may have missed it! Two weeks ago every fisherman in Dade County was telling tales of incredible Dolphin fishing offshore. Anglers were boasting about the dozens of Dolphin they caught, and all of them were over five pounds, and many of them w more...
Capt. Mark Houghtaling - Miami


2001-05-22
12:00 AM

Miami, Florida - Offshore - Tremendous amounts of Dolphin moved into our waters this week. There wasnít an angler around that didnít come back to the dock without fish. The majority of the fish were schoolies from two to six pounds. Finding the fish was easy, all you needed more...
Capt. Mark Houghtaling - Miami


2001-05-09
12:00 AM

Miami, Florida - Offshore - ... Those captains and anglers that did brave the rough sea conditions and rain found consistent action. Sailfsh were caught along the edge from Pacific Light to the Miami Sea Buoy in a 120 to 170 feet of water. Small dolphin between 2 and 4 poun more...
Capt. Mark Houghtaling - Miami


2001-04-23
12:00 AM

Miami, Florida - Offshore - World class Sailfishing was seen last week during the Coco Plum Sailfishing Tournament. 382 Sailfish were released from 48 boats during three days of fishing. Two weeks before, 404 Sailfish were released from 121 boats during the Yamaha Miami Bill more...
Capt. Mark Houghtaling - Miami

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