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Fishing Reports by Capt. Ralph Delph


2003-12-06
12:00 AM

Key West Fishing Report - Offshore - With the latest cold front passage, the water temperature along the reef line has dropped to around 75 degrees. This is an indication of good things to come. The wind continues to keep the cocoanuts within picking distance of the ground, however duri more...
Capt. Ralph Delph - Key West


2003-11-18
12:00 AM

Key West Fishing Report - Offshore - WEEERRRRRRRE BACK! The tuna fishing off of Cape Cod was a little different this year to say the least. Early on, the fish were nonexistent and then came October when three fish per day were common place. There were some exciting experiences that I ho more...
Capt. Ralph Delph - Key West


2003-06-08
12:00 AM

Key West Fishing Report - Offshore - As the summer comes on and the water temperatures rise, we see a substantial decrease in the fishing activity. A flurry of large dolphin made a brief appearance, however only a few peanuts are being taken on a daily basis. There seems to be a drastic more...
Capt. Ralph Delph - Key West


2003-04-17
12:00 AM

Key West Fishing Report - Offshore - With the Gulfstream pushing up tight to the reef from just east of Cosgrove Light and points east, sailfishing is the key word. A strong east current with a bold color change has formed from just east of Pelican Shoal, east to American Shoal. Live ba more...
Capt. Ralph Delph - Key West


2003-02-15
12:00 AM

Key West Fishing Report - Offshore - With water temperatures along the edge of the reef hovering around the 71-degree mark, conditions could hardly be better. The Gulfstream continues to be far to the south, however, sailfish, wahoo, blackfin tuna, and kingfish action has been good, pri more...
Capt. Ralph Delph - Key West


2003-01-15
12:00 AM

Key West Fishing Report - Offshore - The high winds and low temperatures have kept many anglers off of the water over the past several days and there is not much relief in sight. Another blast of cold air is expected to hit the keys this weekend, keeping the ambient temperatures well be more...
Capt. Ralph Delph - Key West


2002-12-28
12:00 AM

Key West Fishing Report - Offshore - The year in Key West is ending with a bang. The north edge of the Gulfstream is running from southwest to northeast and is only a short distance offshore between Sandkey light and American shoals. This is causing an eastbound current along the reef b more...
Capt. Ralph Delph - Key West


2002-12-09
12:00 AM

Key West Fishing Report - Offshore - “THEIRRR BACK.” With a strong eastbound current and a water temperature of 76 degrees, the big draw along the edge of the reef is the big yellowfin tunas. They have been responding to chumming with live pilchards. The big news is the size of the fish more...
Capt. Ralph Delph - Key West


2002-06-06
12:00 AM

Key West Fishing Report - Offshore - With water temperatures in the low to mid 80’s, the summer doldrums are only around the corner. However they are not here yet. Off shore the water is a cobalt blue and dolphin are everywhere. The larger fish are scattered well to the southeast along more...
Capt. Ralph Delph - Key West


2002-04-21
12:00 AM

Key West Fishing Report - Offshore - Spring has sprung, and the fishing in Key West is back in full swing. The black water or red tide or what ever it is, has dissipated with the exception of a relatively small area to the north of Smith Shoal and that is beginning to show signs of clea more...
Capt. Ralph Delph - Key West

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