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Fishing Reports by Capt. Ryan Van Fleet


2018-06-14
5:38 AM

Tavernier Fishing Report Dolphin, Wahoo and Black Groupers - Fishing off Tavernier has been great. Being out of Tavernier I have the opportunity to fish North or South. Finding the purple color water with lots of bait is the Key to finding the bigger fish. We are catching our limits of smaller school size dolp more...
Capt. Ryan Van Fleet - Key Largo


2018-05-29
4:26 PM

Tavernier FishingGroupers and Mahi- Seakeeper Install! - Fishing off Tavernier and Key Largo has been very good when you can get out. The seas were ugly last week, but we snuck out and had some good catches on nice days in close to the reef on half days. Memorial Day weekend was a wash out. If yo more...
Capt. Ryan Van Fleet - Key Largo


2018-05-13
6:39 AM

Tavernier Fishing Charters Grouper Fishing on 1/2 Days - On Friday the May 11th I had regular clients that fish with me every year from Ireland. Bobby is 10 years old and loves to target big fish. He wanted to catch a Florida Grouper on this trip. After a 20 minute fight he managed to bring in this more...
Capt. Ryan Van Fleet - Key Largo


2018-05-10
7:41 AM

Tavernier Fishing Report Groupers, Muttons and Mahi - Taverner and Key Largo Fishing has been excellent this past week. School size dolphin are showing up in numbers in depths of 750-1200 ft. There was solid weedline in 1200 ft. on Weds that went on for miles that was loaded with Mahi that produced big more...
Capt. Ryan Van Fleet - Key Largo


2018-05-05
8:37 AM

Key Largo Charterboat Dolphin, Blackfins, Yellowfins, Muttons - Starting to see a few nice size dolphin swimming through. I only spent a couple hours last week looking for dolphin last week as I had clients that wanted to chase wahoo, tuna and mutton snappers. We took a little break and I put out dolphin spread. more...
Capt. Ryan Van Fleet - Key Largo


2018-05-01
4:05 AM

Key Largo Fishing Charters Wahoo and Mutton Snappers - Last week I targeted Wahoo, Blackfins, and Mutton Snappers off Key Largo and Tavernier. Peter, from Ft. Lauderdale who had been following my CyberAngler.com reports booked a charter for him and his buddies from NY. They each c more...
Capt. Ryan Van Fleet - Key Largo


2018-04-15
11:28 AM

Key Largo-Mahi Mahi, Sailfish, Kingfish and Wahoo - Fishing was good last week. Fished the edge. Found plenty of Kingfish and a few Sailfish chewing for the guys from France. After the crowds went home I ventured out to look for for dolphin on the troll after live bait fishing slowed. Found a c more...
Capt. Ryan Van Fleet - Key Largo


2018-04-04
10:01 AM

Key Largo Big Wahoo, Sailfish, and Yellowtails! - Saturday had I regular clients from Wisconsin. Had a late start as the guys got into the Keys late and wanted to sleep in a little. Told them no problem and that the Fish don't bite till we get there We doubled up on Sailfish, caught several Kingfi more...
Capt. Ryan Van Fleet - Key Largo


2018-03-29
5:23 AM

Key Largo Wahoo, Yellowtail, Muttons and Sailfish - Been getting Spring Break clients on a good bite of fish. Fishing for what is biting. The surface water temperature is a cool, 73-74 F. For me it is not worth dragging lures right now. On windy days I am within the reef targeting Mackerels a more...
Capt. Ryan Van Fleet - Key Largo


2018-03-21
8:43 AM

Key Largo Spring Break Fishing Report - The action has been pretty good along the reef off Key Largo. Have been getting shots at a couple Sailfish each time out over the past week. 13 year old Samantha had the hot hand last week. She caught and released her first Atlantic Sailfish. She als more...
Capt. Ryan Van Fleet - Key Largo

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