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Fishing Reports by Capt. Richard Stanczyk


2013-07-22
10:50 AM

Summer time tarpon islamorada/flamingo - Summer time is officially here in the Florida Keys. Summer time tarpon are here too. Those are more of the resident fish that can be found in the backcountry and around Islamorada that are often smaller in size but just as fun to catch. We've been more...
Capt. Richard Stanczyk - Islamorada


2013-02-23
6:45 PM

2/23/13 Key Largo Fishing in February - We were after a key largo goliath grouper fishing today. Fished near the edge of the gulf as it was too rough to get out there deeper to the wrecks. Lots of action early whilst catching baitfish. A mix of trout, ladyfish, and jacks were just about more...
Capt. Richard Stanczyk - Key Largo


2013-02-12
6:47 PM

2/12/13 Islamorada backcountry fishing! - Well the backcountry fishing in Islamorada has been producing a mixed bag of just about everything we catch here in the florida keys everglades. Today we were after meat fish, we were going to try out front on the patch reefs but with a south wind w more...
Capt. Richard Stanczyk - Islamorada


2013-01-20
6:20 PM

1/20/13 Gulf turns on, cobias, tripletails! - Had some regulars out today, Luke and Rich Cromwell. Luke had never caught snook, cobia, or tripletail. Today was his lucky day he got to catch all 3! We caught a couple snook early at the cape on our way out to the gulf casting shrimp on jigs. A more...
Capt. Richard Stanczyk - Key Largo


2013-01-09
4:25 PM

1/8/2013 January Key Largo Fishing Report Gulf - Well it's continued being a very warm winter here fishing key largo in january. The water temps are still ~75 degrees in the backcountry, so many of the fish are spread out. You can catch a few redfish, black drum, snook, and trout in their usual w more...
Capt. Richard Stanczyk - Key Largo


2012-12-28
4:38 PM

December Islamorada Fishing Report - December Florida keys fishing been great here in Islamorada so far this christmas week! The florida keys winter fishing is providing lots of action. Today we were on the hunt for some snook and the fishing was better than expected! We started out more...
Capt. Richard Stanczyk - Islamorada


2012-12-19
4:31 PM

December Fishing Report - Well we made it out for a december key largo fishing trip today. Ran down to the flamingo area fishing for a half day trip. Caught the end of the rising tide and just about slack current. Lucky for us there was enough water to get up near some sha more...
Capt. Richard Stanczyk - Key Largo


2012-11-29
2:03 PM

Backcountry fishing florida keys - big reds/snooks! - The last few days of November we had here look to be fairly windy, so I was glad to get out and enjoy some fun fishing for myself on 11/28/12. We hit a couple gulf spots early in the day on the last of the falling tide. Caught a cobia and nice redf more...
Capt. Richard Stanczyk - Islamorada


2012-11-06
5:48 PM

Islamorada Fishing the Gulf - Well the mud and nastiness from hurricane sandy has finally started to clear in the gulf and bays in the backcountry this islamorada fishing in november trip on 11/4/12. We headed out west looking for spanish mackerel this morning as they start to s more...
Capt. Richard Stanczyk - Islamorada


2012-10-18
10:20 PM

10/16/12 Backcountry slam.. fall mullet run.. good fishin! - Well we had a gentle breeze out of the north this morning on 10/16/12, which had swung out shoreside of the cape area. Tides were extremely low back there this morning, lots of bird life including tons of roseattes showing up for the winter time. O more...
Capt. Richard Stanczyk - Islamorada

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