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Fishing Reports by Capt. Ralph Delph


2009-12-04
9:11 PM

Fishing Key West in December - Wow! Talk about changes. Since my last report, the Gulfstream has moved in just 10 miles south of Sand Key Light. Offshore fishing has lit up with a vengeance. Blackfin Tuna have moved into the edge of the reef and are responding to live chum (pilcha more...
Capt. Ralph Delph - Key West


2009-12-01
4:57 PM

Fishing Key West - Well, here we are for another winter season of fishing in the southern most point of the good old USA, Key West Florida. The first series of fronts have pushed through the area leaving the water a little cooler and a bit more turbid. This is exactly more...
Capt. Ralph Delph - Key West


2009-03-05
4:29 PM

Cold North Winds Slows Action - The high winds have hampered the efforts to get very far from home. Offshore, BLACKFIN TUNA, WAHOO, SAILFISH and LITTLE TUNNY have been taken with some regularity by those who will spend the time to find the pilchards. There have not been an abundanc more...
Capt. Ralph Delph - Key West


2009-02-12
10:53 AM

Returning to Normal Pattern - Now that the winds have finally subsided, and the Gulfstream has moved a little further offshore, winter fishing should get back to a more normal pattern. The stream has been so tight to the reef that anything but pelagic species has been hard to fin more...
Capt. Ralph Delph - Key West


2009-01-16
8:30 AM

UPDATE! - High winds, cold and muddy water and rough seas will put a damper on most all fishing in Key West this week end. On Thursday, one could witness the slow down of cooperation of all species of fish by the hour. It was like a rheostat being slowly turne more...
Capt. Ralph Delph - Key West


2009-01-13
10:34 AM

Pelagic's Dominate - The pocket of still water that was south of the lower keys over the past week, has moved out and has been replaced by a strong eastbound Gulfstream that is oscillating from 1 to 3 miles south of the reef line. This has brought WAHOO, BLACKFIN TUNA, B more...
Capt. Ralph Delph - Key West


2009-01-01
8:31 AM

The Bottom is Best - Water temperatures continue to hover in the low 70's along the reef line, stimulating good reef action for big CIRO MACKEREL, however a large pocket of still water has formed from south of the Dry Tortugas to well east of American Shoals and from the more...
Capt. Ralph Delph - Key West


2008-12-21
7:42 AM

Key West Action Remains Strong - The Gulfstream has formed a large loop towards Cuba leaving a pocket of still water, even a slight west current to west of Cosgrove Light. East of Cosgrove Light and off Sand Key Light, the current is screaming east with the northern edge of the Gulf more...
Capt. Ralph Delph - Key West


2008-12-07
10:14 PM

Cooler Temps Sparks Hot Action - As the temperatures begin to fall and the winter winds begin to increase, we are ready to begin another season of fishing in fabulous Key West. The water temperatures are already into the lower seventies, something that didn't happen last year, until more...
Capt. Ralph Delph - Key West


2008-12-03
12:11 PM

Early cool water temps spark great action - As the temperatures begin to fall and the winter winds begin to increase, we are ready to begin another season of fishing in fabulous Key West. The water temperatures are already into the lower seventies, something that didn't happen last year, until more...
Capt. Ralph Delph - Key West

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