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Fishing Reports by Capt. Rob Mazzei


2008-09-07
9:46 AM

Mullet Mania! - Jupiter's tarpon fishing comes alive! It was like someone flipped a switch. Jupiter inlet has been producing the best tarpon and snook fishing of the year. The combination of incoming tide at dawn and low pressure seems to have put the snook on more...
Capt. Rob Mazzei - Jupiter


2008-07-16
3:41 PM

Jupiter/West Palm Beach Fishing - The last several days we've caught bait from the Juno Pier to Jupiter inlet in 5-30 feet of water. We've cast netted small hadens around the bridges and large greenies and pilchards along the beach outside the inlet. There has been a decent kin more...
Capt. Rob Mazzei - Jupiter


2008-05-28
8:28 AM

Kings, Cobes and Dolphin off West Palm Beach - King Mackerel finally showed up in great numbers off West Palm Beach over the last few days. Large schools can be found patroling the inshore reef out to the drop off. Spanish Sardines rigged on a triple-hook rigs is all that's needed to catch you more...
Capt. Rob Mazzei - Jupiter


2008-04-15
8:34 AM

More Cobia, Mucho Mahi Off Palm Beach - Last Wednesday marked the best dolphin fishing so far this year. Many fish up to 45-50 lbs. were caught by many boats fishing off Jupiter. Of course I missed that day because the weatherman called for very rough seas and I didn't want to torture my more...
Capt. Rob Mazzei - Jupiter


2008-04-02
2:04 PM

Cobia Invade Jupiter and West Palm Beach - Awesome Cobia fishing is taking place offshore the Jupiter and West Palm Beach inlets. For the last two weeks almost every Captain I've spoken with have said the same thing...Cobia, the best bite for Cobia in years. In between windy days and roug more...
Capt. Rob Mazzei - Jupiter


2008-03-04
1:31 PM

West Palm Beach - Jupiter Off Shore Fishing Heats Up - Spring like weather conditions encourage decent schools of Dolphin to 45lbs. The bite has been anywhere from 80 ft. out as far as you care to venture. We have concentrated our efforts in 80 - 220 ft. drifting live goggle eyes and flying the kite wh more...
Capt. Rob Mazzei - Palm Beach


2008-02-07
12:00 AM

Jupiter & Palm Beach Offshore Saltwater Fishing Report - Warm weather cools Sailfish bite in West Palm Beach and Jupiter! Unseasonably warm weather, attributed to southerly winds have had a negative impact on Sail fishing this season. Although we catch Sailfish all year long, winter is considered peak s more...
Capt. Rob Mazzei - Jupiter


2007-11-23
12:00 AM

Jupiter & Palm Beach Offshore Saltwater Fishing Report - West Palm Beach Fishing Gets Hot! Dolphin, Sailfish and Kingfish dominate offshore fishing from Jupiter to Palm Beach. After poor summer fishing for dolphin this fall has been awesome. Fish to 30lbs. have been common but most fish are 10-15lbs more...
Capt. Rob Mazzei - Jupiter


2007-11-22
12:00 AM

Jupiter & Palm Beach Offshore Saltwater Fishing Report - West Palm Beach Fishing Gets Hot! Dolphin, Sailfish and Kingfish dominate offshore fishing from Jupiter to Palm Beach. After poor summer fishing for dolphin this fall has been awesome. Fish to 30lbs. have been common but most fish are 10-15lbs. more...
Capt. Rob Mazzei - Jupiter


2007-10-25
12:00 AM

Jupiter & Palm Beach Offshore Saltwater Fishing Report - Sailfish Season Approaching Fast! Sorry about the lack of reporting. I was on my annual pilgrimedge to Montauk Point, NY. to fish the annual striper migration. I'll be out this weekend and report the outcome. more...
Capt. Rob Mazzei - Jupiter

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