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Fishing Reports by Capt. Rob Mazzei


2003-11-14
12:00 AM

Jupiter & Palm Beach Offshore Saltwater Fishing Report - Rough sea conditions have hindered most efforts to get offshore for most if not all boats leaving Jupiter inlet this week. Before the big blow we did get offshore and did OK. We bought gogs and runners, headed out to the drop. Water Temps wer more...
Capt. Rob Mazzei - Jupiter


2003-10-28
12:00 AM

Jupiter & Palm Beach Offshore Saltwater Fishing Report - Endless Mullet! The annual mullet run is full swing. All along the beaches, inlets, Intracoastal Waterway, canals and tidal ponds there are schools of finger mullet and large mullet. At times there have been so many it was tough to get a bite, ( more...
Capt. Rob Mazzei - Jupiter


2003-08-26
12:00 AM

Jupiter & Palm Beach Offshore Saltwater Fishing Report - Wild Weather and Wahoo! About three hours after I posted my last report and commented about how great the weather had been, our area was hit by some of the strongest tornadoes on record. I'm glad I'm better at fishing than predicting weather. Bu more...
Capt. Rob Mazzei - Jupiter


2003-08-07
12:00 AM

Jupiter & Palm Beach Offshore Saltwater Fishing Report - King's rule Jupiter! The kingfish bite has been outstanding almost a stone's throw from the mouth of Jupiter inlet. The fish have been abundant and aggressive well into the late morning hours. Most fish are in are in the high teens with larger f more...
Capt. Rob Mazzei - Jupiter


2003-07-21
12:00 AM

Jupiter & Palm Beach Offshore Saltwater Fishing Report - If the current ain't sweepin', we're weepin'! After a week or two of unusually cold water conditions, the gulfstream has pushed in close to shore bringing water temps. back up to 80-82 degrees. On the edge, at 120 feet the current is sweeping at more...
Capt. Rob Mazzei - Jupiter


2003-06-09
12:00 AM

Jupiter & Palm Beach Offshore Saltwater Fishing Report - Slacking, but no slack! While I might be slacking when it come to reporting, there has been no slack in the fishing line for those fishing off Palm Beach. Live bait of all sizes is everywhere and along with it are kingfish, sailfish, bonito, dolp more...
Capt. Rob Mazzei - Jupiter


2003-04-19
12:00 AM

Jupiter & Palm Beach Offshore Saltwater Fishing Report - Bonito muy grande! Along with the full moon came large summer time bonito. Cursed by some, blessed by others, you'll have a tough time not catching one. We chummed heavy and worked them on fly rods for spectacular action. Great news, time fo more...
Capt. Rob Mazzei - Jupiter


2003-03-27
12:00 AM

Jupiter & Palm Beach Offshore Saltwater Fishing Report - Slowly and steadily, after what seemed like forever, offshore fishing is returning to normal. The week before the last full moon and several days thereafter we experienced southwest winds, a south moving tide and relatively slow fishing. Typically more...
Capt. Rob Mazzei - Jupiter


2003-03-05
12:00 AM

Jupiter & Palm Beach Offshore Saltwater Fishing Report - King Supreme! Sorry about the delay in reporting, not much had changed in our area until the last 5-7 days. That's all changed! Kingfish are all over the north Palm Beach area, from 60-120 feet kings of all sizes have been thick as snowbirds more...
Capt. Rob Mazzei - Jupiter


2003-01-31
12:00 AM

Jupiter & Palm Beach Offshore Saltwater Fishing Report - Kings are wild! Although sailfishing has slowed over the last week there have been no shortage of fish to catch. Especially kingfish! Kings have show up in pretty good numbers from the Breakers to the Loran Tower. Many fish are less then 10lbs more...
Capt. Rob Mazzei - Jupiter

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