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Fishing Reports by Capt. Richard Houde

5:24 PM

Great Reef Action continues in Key West - The reef off Key West and the Lower Keys has been loaded with bait for a couple of months now and the reef fishing has been great. Mutton Snapper, Yellow Jacks, Cero Mackerel, Yellowtail Snapper, Grouper, and even a few late-season Dolphin or Mahi ha more...
Capt. Richard Houde - Key West

10:57 AM

Black Fin Tuna have been biting & NO RED TIDE IN KEY WEST - Black Fun tuna have been biting most mornings the last week or so. Once the sun gets high or a lot of boats start working the schools, they tend to slow down, so an early departure is important. The 4 am bar closing time in KW hasn't helped a few of more...
Capt. Richard Houde - Key West

2:31 AM

key West fishing - The Southbound has been in the boat yard for the last 7 weeks getting a new deck put in so, I really didn't have any fishing to report. Finally done and back on the water and fishing was excellent today. We went looking for yellowtail snapper and got more...
Capt. Richard Houde - Key West

6:14 AM

Summer is here - After a cool spring and a very rainy May, June has brought Key West more typical summer weather. Clear skies and calm seas are allowing the boats to venture offshore in search of Mahi, (Dolphin). Catches have been mixed, but most days the charter fle more...
Capt. Richard Houde - Key West

10:40 AM

Weather has been Chilly,(for KW) but fish are biting - Repetitive cold fronts have caused the fishermen and even some of the anglers to bundle up a bit more than normal when fishing the Key West waters lately. The good thing is that no matter how cold it is here, it's still warmer than everywhere else in more...
Capt. Richard Houde - Key West

5:48 AM

Key West Reef Fishing is getting good - Even though there has been a ton of bait on the Reef the last few weeks, the reef action was a little bit slow earlier in the month. Cooler weather should help. There are plenty of Cero Mackerel around, but they have been a bit skiddish. There have b more...
Capt. Richard Houde - Key West

10:56 PM

Black Fin Tuna, Dolphin and Sailfihs - The Effects of Hurricane Irma seem to be fading as the waters of Key West clear up and the normal fish we expect to see this time of year are showing up. Black Fin Tuna early in the day and late in the afternoon have been steady. There are still so more...
Capt. Richard Houde - Key West

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

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

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

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