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Fishing Reports by Capt. Richard Burson


2010-11-17
8:55 AM

Backcountry & Gulf Action by R U FISHING YET?.com - Let me start by saying what Great weather we are having along with the fishing makes it all good. The Fishing in the Gulf Waters has been getting better each time out . There's been good numbers of Mackerel ,Bluefish Cobia, and also other species. Th more...
Capt. Richard Burson - Key Largo


2010-04-04
8:30 AM

Easter Fishing Report - Welcome to the beautiful Florida Keys, where fishing is living! If you are not on the beautiful turquoise waters then you better get yourself to the nearest marina and book yourself one of the many experienced local captains. Things are heating up a more...
Capt. Richard Burson - Islamorada


2010-03-28
12:54 PM

March 27th Fishing Report - It has been yet another beautiful week on the water here in the Florida Keys! The winds were light, the waters were clear, and the fish kept anglers of all ages grinning from ear to ear! Each angler leaving my boat had plenty of tall tails to tell th more...
Capt. Richard Burson - Key Largo


2010-03-21
10:03 AM

Fishing Report March 20th - Fishing captains are in full force as the spring breakers are here for some warmth and fishing frenzy! The waters have not been disappointing for most who ventured out. I had some great luck with some wonderful rod bending excitement and most of the more...
Capt. Richard Burson - Key Largo


2010-03-03
10:40 AM

March 1st Fishing Report - Weather was not much of an issue this week. Light winds and beautiful blue skies filled our days with bliss. The water temperatures are hovering around the low 60's making certain fish such as bonefish harder to target however, many other fish were m more...
Capt. Richard Burson - Islamorada


2010-02-15
10:14 AM

Fishing Report Feb 14, 2010 - The weather was a concern mid week as a cold front was pushing its way through the Keys docking most small back country boats. I was able to get out a few times allowing for some productive days on the water. This week the fish were biting out west a more...
Capt. Richard Burson - Islamorada


2010-01-24
9:10 AM

Jan 22, 2010 fishing report - Fishing is at full blast as we all predicted and now is the best time to be on the water! If you are looking to bend the rod you are in store for an exciting time. I have been on the water most of the week and my clients and I came back to the dock w more...
Capt. Richard Burson - Key Largo


2009-12-26
5:53 PM

Fishing Report Florida Keys December 26th 2009 - Christmas has come and gone, however the Florida Keys fishing is here to stay! Some people ask me what makes the Florida Keys such a special fishing spot. Maybe it is because The Florida Keys are located in the most biologically diverse area of the A more...
Capt. Richard Burson - Key Largo


2009-11-30
11:51 AM

November Fishing Report - Now that Thanksgiving has come and gone and my heart and belly are full of the good stuff its time to focus once again on the waters surrounding the Florida Keys. As temperatures drop up north, the average temperature in Key Largo will be around 76 more...
Capt. Richard Burson - Key Largo


2009-09-30
12:35 PM

Fishing the Florida Keys in the Summer - The tourists are sparse so it's the best time to get on the water. During the summer months, yes it's hot however it is most likely flat calm on the water. The fish are very easy to see on the flats and sitting up under the mangroves. Come prepared more...
Capt. Richard Burson - Key Largo

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