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Fishing Reports by Capt. Richard Houde


2017-10-06
8:33 AM

Hurricane Irma Update 10/05/2017 - Fished a couple days last weekend. Offshore was slower than I had hoped with only a few small dolphin. Reef was relatively ease with Yellowtail snapper and some Cero Mackerel. I did hear of some Sailfish the day after I fished. Tons of Ballyhoo,(bai more...
Capt. Richard Houde - Key West


2017-09-26
6:48 AM

Key West Post Irma update - As everyone, (not living in a cave) knows by now, the Florida Keys took a pretty big hit from Hurricane Irma. The Middle Keys, Marathon, Big Pine, Summerland and Cudjoe keys took the worst of it as the eye passed directly over or just west of these k more...
Capt. Richard Houde - Key West


2017-08-16
9:35 AM

Turning out to be a great Summer in Key West - It's been a pretty good summer. We've been running 6-9 trips most weeks and there have been a good, but not great, number of dolphin offshore. On Half days, we've had great action with big Bonitos, a (very) few Dolphin and an occasional Wahoo inshor more...
Capt. Richard Houde - Key West


2017-08-01
9:41 AM

Still Plenty of Action in the Key West waters - As the summer progresses, the fishing in Key West tends to polarize. The warm waters tent move the Dolphin further off shore. Most of the boats bringing in a catch of Dolphin are on a full day and fishing out on or past the drop off or wall. Fish more...
Capt. Richard Houde - Key West


2017-07-14
6:09 AM

Anglers Keeping Busy in Key West - INSHORE: Weather and the fish have been cooperating in the waters off Key West. Inshore, there has been fantastic action for the folks on half day trips with more bonitos than most people can handle. Bonitos are a member of the Tuna family, but unfor more...
Capt. Richard Houde - Key West


2017-06-28
6:16 PM

Still Good Action in Key West - Key West waters are still providing good fishing for our charter customers. Inshore, big bonitos, while not considered good table fare, have been providing great action and giving anglers weary arms even on a half day. Suprisingly abundant more...
Capt. Richard Houde - Key West


2017-06-23
4:44 AM

Still Catching Mahi - Still some Mahi around. Mostly school sized fish, but some big ones occasionally. Black Fin and Skip Jack Tuna offshore also. Great action with Bonitos in close. No good for the dinner plate, but a lot of fun for the 'Catch and Release crowd especia more...
Capt. Richard Houde - Key West


2017-06-07
7:55 AM

Much Better dolpin fishing in 2017 - Last year was a disappointing year for Dolphin or Mahi fishing to say the least. So far, there have been a lot of fish around. Not as many big fish as I would like, but plenty of school sized fish and a few big ones mixed in are making the offshore f more...
Capt. Richard Houde - Key West


2016-12-07
11:25 PM

Lots of Bait on the reef - Cooler weather and water temperatures have pushed the ballyhoo out to the reef. This brings all the predators in. Barracuda, Mutton Snapper, Mackerel, Jacks, Grouper and even sailfish have been feeding along the reef edge. Great action especially on more...
Capt. Richard Houde - Key West


2014-07-22
8:14 AM

Summer's "big heat" is on - After one of the better dolpin seasonos of the last few years, the heat of the summer along with calm seas have slowed the near shore catches of Dolphin. Boats on a full day are still reporting some decent catches out deep, but for boats only fishing more...
Capt. Richard Houde - Key West

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