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Fishing Reports by Capt. Rob Mazzei


2005-12-15
12:00 AM

Jupiter & Palm Beach Offshore Saltwater Fishing Report - Christmas Sails! Although not politically correct to say the C word in fear of offending someone, I’m saying it anyway. Christmas, Christmas, Christmas. Wow, I feel better now. Sailfish, sailfish, sailfish is the word being shouted from the more...
Capt. Rob Mazzei - Jupiter


2005-11-14
12:00 AM

Jupiter & Palm Beach Offshore Saltwater Fishing Report - Dolphin keep anglers busy. Rough seas and poor water quality have plagued offshore fisherman in Palm Beach since Katrina went by us. Over the past several weeks the blue water edge has been out approximately 5-6 miles in 350-450 feet of water. T more...
Capt. Rob Mazzei - Jupiter


2005-10-18
12:00 AM

Jupiter & Palm Beach Offshore Saltwater Fishing Report - Palm Beach Fishing Rebounds Although Mother Nature has not cooperated lately inshore and offshore fishing has been excellent lately. Rough seas and bad weather has significantly hindered our ability to get offshore this fall and we’ve cancelled more...
Capt. Rob Mazzei - Jupiter


2005-08-20
12:00 AM

Jupiter & Palm Beach Offshore Saltwater Fishing Report - Summer Sails! Is it January or August? Are the sailfish confused or are they just visiting, enjoying the calm seas and warm weather. I'm not sure. For what ever reason they're here and they're eager to please. Typically, winter time is sailfi more...
Capt. Rob Mazzei - Jupiter


2005-07-03
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 direc more...
Capt. Rob Mazzei - Jupiter


2005-04-08
12:00 AM

Jupiter & Palm Beach Offshore Saltwater Fishing Report - King's of Spring! What is that? Someone proclaimed as a dark colored, torpedo shaped predator sliced its way across the surface in the direction of a blue runner we had presented on a flat line. While I had a pretty good idea what was causing th more...
Capt. Rob Mazzei - Jupiter


2005-03-10
12:00 AM

Jupiter & Palm Beach Offshore Saltwater Fishing Report - Jupiter Fishing Sportfishing offshore has slowed considerably over the last several days, but inshore and along the beach has been surprisingly good. An influx of cool green water pushed inshore in recent days, driving out warmer water species suc more...
Capt. Rob Mazzei - Jupiter


2005-01-23
12:00 AM

Jupiter & Palm Beach Offshore Saltwater Fishing Report - Cooler Temps bring Sailfish Sailfish are biting in 80-120 feet north of Jupiter. Threadfin herring are the bait of choice and can be caught in 65-85 feet of water east of the Hope Sound Loran Tower. Large false albacore are in the same areas and more...
Capt. Rob Mazzei - Jupiter


2005-01-12
12:00 AM

Jupiter & Palm Beach Offshore Saltwater Fishing Report - Summer like weather slows sail fish bite Summer like weather and southerly winds have scattered sail fish. Sail fishing has been lack luster at best. We had decent water conditions with an abundance of flying fish, but could not find hungry fish. more...
Capt. Rob Mazzei - Jupiter


2004-11-25
12:00 AM

Jupiter & Palm Beach Offshore Saltwater Fishing Report - Sunbirds and Sailfish! Sailfishing was good this past week outside of Jupiter Inlet. On Saturday we were 3 for 3, Sunday we couldn’t get a bite, and Monday we were 2 for 2 on sailfish. Other boats did well also. Live goggles were the bait of ch more...
Capt. Rob Mazzei - Jupiter

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