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Fishing Reports by Capt. Rob Mazzei


2007-01-26
12:00 AM

Jupiter & Palm Beach Offshore Saltwater Fishing Report - Slow sailing! Sporadic “cold fronts” and inconsistent weather patterns have made offshore fishing in West Palm Beach and Jupiter a little inconsistent as well. Although it’s been a windy winter in South Florida, southerly winds have prevailed, in more...
Capt. Rob Mazzei - Jupiter


2007-01-10
12:00 AM

Jupiter & Palm Beach Offshore Saltwater Fishing Report - The kingfish and sailfish have been caught together in the same areas, 70 feet to 120 feet, and out to 200 for the sailfish. The best bites occurring early and late in the day. Dolphin and wahoo have been scattered offshore. A consistent depth has be more...
Capt. Rob Mazzei - Jupiter


2006-12-17
12:00 AM

Jupiter & Palm Beach Offshore Saltwater Fishing Report - Offshore West Palm Beach Fishing Heats Up! The weather man finally gave us a break in the wind and allowed us to get offshore. Dolphin have been cooperating along the reef and as far offshore as you care to travel. Trolling, then live baiting more...
Capt. Rob Mazzei - Jupiter


2006-11-29
12:00 AM

Jupiter & Palm Beach Offshore Saltwater Fishing Report - Jack Attack! Rough seas have shut down our efforts to cash in the hot sailfish bite offshore West Palm Beach. The weather has hurt us for nearly ten days and counting, but there is still fishing to be done. Fishing Palm Beach Inlet has been the more...
Capt. Rob Mazzei - Jupiter


2006-11-15
12:00 AM

Jupiter & Palm Beach Offshore Saltwater Fishing Report - Sails on the move. Sailfish season is approaching fast. Many good reports of sailfish balling bait off Palm Beach have come in over the last week or so. Although, we have not been fortunate enough to encounter this extraordinary phenomenon h more...
Capt. Rob Mazzei - Jupiter


2006-10-05
12:00 AM

Jupiter & Palm Beach Offshore Saltwater Fishing Report - Black and Blue! Even with a blown motor and two computer viruses Sail King Fishing Charters is still going on strong. Fishing in the North Palm Beach and Jupiter area has been outstanding over the past two months! Blackfin Tuna and more...
Capt. Rob Mazzei - Jupiter


2006-06-24
12:00 AM

Jupiter & Palm Beach Offshore Saltwater Fishing Report - Tarpon Time! Late June through July is prime time for chasing Tarpon along the beaches. Over the last few days, large schools of Tarpon have been cruising just north of Jupiter Inlet in 10-30 Ft. of water. The object is to anticipate their directi more...
Capt. Rob Mazzei - Jupiter


2006-05-03
12:00 AM

Jupiter & Palm Beach Offshore Saltwater Fishing Report - Dolphin Fishing Heats Up! Dolphin fishing has been the best in recent memory over the last few weeks! Fish to 50lbs. have been caught off Jupiter and Palm Beach Inlets. Our best fish was a 40lbs Bull Dolphin caught by Ralph Mad Dog Messina fro more...
Capt. Rob Mazzei - Jupiter


2006-03-08
12:00 AM

Jupiter & Palm Beach Offshore Saltwater Fishing Report - Finally, the strong winds caused by last weekend nor’easter subsided, allowing the small boaters to get out and cash in on the excellent sportfishing occurring off Palm Beach. While sailfish have been scattered, kingfish have been thick from the J more...
Capt. Rob Mazzei - Jupiter


2006-01-10
12:00 AM

Jupiter & Palm Beach Offshore Saltwater Fishing Report - Palm Beach Fishing explodes! The only people not catching fish are those that are not fishing. The best fishing in recent memory is happening as I write this. Sailfish, dolphin, king mackerel and cobia are leading the charge. Local sailfish t more...
Capt. Rob Mazzei - Jupiter

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