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Fishing Reports by Capt. Ralph Delph


2008-06-18
3:57 PM

The best action is early and late - Well, here I am at the end of another season. As the weather warms and the clouds increase, the fishing slows. Even during the slow summer months, the fishing in Key West remains better than most places. Chicken dolphin remain in good supply. When yo more...
Capt. Ralph Delph - Key West


2008-06-05
1:08 PM

Best action is shallow or deep - As we transition into the summer months, we are still finding good sailfish, blackfin tuna, dolphin and kingfish action to the west. Out front, dolphin seems to be the mainstay for the offshore boats. Yellowtail and mutton snappers continues strong a more...
Capt. Ralph Delph - Key West


2008-05-04
8:55 PM

As the weather changes, so does the fishing - My gosh! Frontal systems in May, 30 knot north winds, 76 degree water on the flats, major algae blooms. What in the world is going on? Off shore, the Gulfstream remains well to the south. Although the water color looks great the sailfishing remains f more...
Capt. Ralph Delph - Key West


2008-03-31
4:01 PM

Spring action begins to pick up - With the Gulfstream pushing well offshore, pelagic activity has slowed. Some early Dolphin activity has been reported along with a few Sailfish, primarily to the east of Pelican Shoal. To the west some Dolphin and Bonito are being taken along with a more...
Capt. Ralph Delph - Key West


2008-03-08
8:29 AM

Key West action good, looking for spring - The Gulfstream report from NOAA does not agree with what I have found over the past week. The Gulfstream has been just outside of the reef from Cosgrove light to the Dry Tortugas. With a strong east current of around 3 knots, it has been very slow fi more...
Capt. Ralph Delph - Key West


2008-01-08
12:00 AM

Key West Fishing Report - Offshore - With the passing of the latest cold front, the winds have begun to subside. The water temperature has dropped and the winter fishing is finally here. Sailfish are starting to show along with some blackfin tuna and some wahoo. The big action has been more...
Capt. Ralph Delph - Key West


2007-12-26
12:00 AM

Key West Fishing Report - Offshore - The weather has finally subsided enough to get out on the water and with all boats headed in different directions, allowing us to compile a reasonable fishing report. Winds continue from the northeast to east at around 10 to 15 m.p.h. The Gulfstream more...
Capt. Ralph Delph - Key West


2007-04-30
12:00 AM

Key West Fishing Report - Offshore - The Gulfstream has pushed in tight against the reef from just west of Cosgrove light and from that area the current splits to the east and west. West of Cosgrove the west bound current has even a southwest tendency. Tuna, Little Tunny, some Wahoo and more...
Capt. Ralph Delph - Key West


2007-03-15
12:00 AM

Key West Fishing Report - Offshore - The wind has blown winter right out of Key West and we are now into springtime, like it or not. Water temperatures along the reef are around 78 degrees and you can count on the bulk of the kingfish swimming hard for the Gulf. With the Gulfstream push more...
Capt. Ralph Delph - Key West


2007-02-05
12:00 AM

Key West Fishing Report - Offshore - The water temperature along the reef remains well above the 75-degree mark and warmer along the north edge of the Gulfstream. The north edge of the Gulfstream is pushing into the edge of the reef close to Cosgrove light. The water is a deep blue east more...
Capt. Ralph Delph - Key West

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