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Fishing Reports by Capt. Ralph Delph


2007-01-19
12:00 AM

Key West Fishing Report - Offshore - Offshore, the water temperature remains at or above 76 degrees. The Gulfstream remains far to the south and the blue water fishing reflects these adverse effects. Only an occasional sailfish has been reported and the rest of the pelagic species are o more...
Capt. Ralph Delph - Key West


2006-12-24
12:00 AM

Key West Fishing Report - Offshore - Christmas has brought a gift of many large Wahoo in the area around the sub and the end of the 10-fathom bar. Reports of boats with double digit catches of wahoo into the mid 50ís were taken on light tackle and live and trolled baits. This often occu more...
Capt. Ralph Delph - Key West


2006-12-01
12:00 AM

Key West Fishing Report - Offshore - December is here and the beginning of our winter fishing is at hand ( thank goodness). Although the wind has limited the number of boats that have had a chance to get offshore, a fair number have reported some fair to good sailfishing and some whaoo more...
Capt. Ralph Delph - Key West


2006-02-22
12:00 AM

Key West Fishing Report - Offshore - Fishing has had itís ups and downs over the past few weeks. Where there is high algae content in the water, the fish have not been present. Where the water has a bluish tint, fish have been abundant. The Gulfstream has moved in close to the reef down more...
Capt. Ralph Delph - Key West


2005-12-18
12:00 AM

Key West Fishing Report - Offshore - Conditions have certainly taken a change for the better. The satellite photos show that the high chlorophyll laden waters around the Dry Tortugas and up the keys has diminished as a result of the Gulfstream moving in closer to the fort and the lower more...
Capt. Ralph Delph - Key West


2005-12-10
12:00 AM

Key West Fishing Report - Offshore - This is the first report of the season and I am sorry to say, not at all what I had hoped to report. Usually the water conditions and the fishing improve drastically after a hurricane passes through the area. However this is not the case. Satellite p more...
Capt. Ralph Delph - Key West


2005-06-02
12:00 AM

Key West Fishing Report - Offshore - The Gulfstream is forming a large pocket of still water to the south and west of Key West, however the water offshore remains deep blue and although summer in right around the corner, many of the spring species are still around. Good numbers of sailf more...
Capt. Ralph Delph - Key West


2005-03-09
12:00 AM

Key West Fishing Report - Offshore - The Gulfstream has moved well offshore again leaving a large area of moderately cool water from the Dry Tortugas to near American shoal where it once again moves in near the reef line. The water within this lull has been from 71 to 73 degrees. Where more...
Capt. Ralph Delph - Key West


2005-01-30
12:00 AM

Key West Fishing Report - Offshore - The water temperature has fluctuated from a high of 73 degrees to as low as 67 degrees offshore. With these extreme differences, the action has varied from very slow with most trolling boats working the edge of the reefs for mackerel and kingfish, to more...
Capt. Ralph Delph - Key West


2004-12-16
12:00 AM

Key West Fishing Report - Offshore - Although the Gulfstream is more than 20 miles south of the reef, the water has been a bright blue and the water temperature has been around 76 degrees. With the passage of the latest cold front, the water temperature has plummeted to 72 degrees offsh more...
Capt. Ralph Delph - Key West

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