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Fishing Reports by Capt. Rob Mazzei


2002-10-22
12:00 AM

Jupiter & Palm Beach Offshore Saltwater Fishing Report - Dolphin are around The last 7-10 days have been pretty good for dolphin. Anywhere from 65 feet on out we've caught them. The largest fish we caught was approx. 35lbs. She hit a trolled ballyhoo with a blue and white Iland Sailure over it. That more...
Capt. Rob Mazzei - Jupiter


2002-10-02
12:00 AM

Jupiter & Palm Beach Offshore Saltwater Fishing Report - Smoke'em up! That's what the tarpon did to my Penn 706Z spinning reel's drag. The last several nights have been incredible at the Jupiter inlet. When I'm not charter fishing I've fishing at night. The mullet have been thick at certain stages of more...
Capt. Rob Mazzei - Jupiter


2002-09-24
12:00 AM

Jupiter & Palm Beach Offshore Saltwater Fishing Report - Dolphin Return, Mullet On The Run! Well finally! I updated my my report. Besides that, finally the good news is dolphin have been showing up with a little bit of consistency. Almost every boat that goes offshore has a dolphin tale to tell. Most more...
Capt. Rob Mazzei - Jupiter


2002-08-21
12:00 AM

Jupiter & Palm Beach Offshore Saltwater Fishing Report - First Marlin! Sailfish stick around. The Sail King caught it's first marlin on July 25th. Estimated weight was 150-200lbs. Still not sure if is a white or blue marlin. Angler Kevin Lecoq did a great job keeping the pressure on using 30lbs. tes more...
Capt. Rob Mazzei - Jupiter


2002-07-23
12:00 AM

Jupiter & Palm Beach Offshore Saltwater Fishing Report - Jupiter/Palm Beach Fishing Sailfish Alley living up to it's name. Good sailfishing continues here in Palm Beach. From the Lake Worth pier to Jupiter inlet in 150-90 feet has been productive for most boats. We've been concentrating our efforts more...
Capt. Rob Mazzei - Jupiter


2002-07-09
12:00 AM

Jupiter & Palm Beach Offshore Saltwater Fishing Report - Palm Beach and Jupiter Fishing Report Is it July or January? A large school of sailfish off Palm Beach doesn't seem to know or care. Over the long weekend we caught 4 sailfish in 3 outings and had other shots at sailfish that knocked the bait off more...
Capt. Rob Mazzei - Jupiter


2002-06-30
12:00 AM

Jupiter & Palm Beach Offshore Saltwater Fishing Report - Palm Beach Bonito Boom! Good weather comes back to Florida and with it came loads of baitfish and more bonito than then big butts at a slim-fast convention. We've caught bonito in 30 feet of water off Juno. While sabiki'ing bait something was sl more...
Capt. Rob Mazzei - Jupiter


2002-06-21
12:00 AM

Jupiter & Palm Beach Offshore Saltwater Fishing Report - Rain, Rain, go away. As I write this fishing report the rain is pouring sideways due to gusty winds. That's pretty much how the weather has been down here in sunny Florida. Due to out of town obligations (weddings and birthdays), so much fun, more...
Capt. Rob Mazzei - Jupiter


2002-05-09
12:00 AM

Jupiter & Palm Beach Offshore Saltwater Fishing Report - Kingfish explode, Sailfish shine, Marlin are among us and Dolphin still spotty! Some of the best kingfishing I've ever experienced occurred over the last 10 days or so. From Jupiter inlet north to the Hobe Sound Loran tower was the most productiv more...
Capt. Rob Mazzei - Jupiter


2002-04-17
12:00 AM

Jupiter & Palm Beach Offshore Saltwater Fishing Report - King Mackerel and Bonito arrive, Dolphin still scarce. Kingfish have arrived in good numbers and are eager to bite. 90 feet from Juno to Jupiter has been the most productive for us. Most fish are 10-20 lbs. but we got a smoker in the high 30 lb more...
Capt. Rob Mazzei - Jupiter

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