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Fishing Reports by Capt. Scott Collins


2015-12-26
2:40 PM

Catching Sailfish - We are starting to catch more sailfish on our Jupiter Fishing Charters. We have been having the best action off the kite. It's always exciting watching a fish nail a bait off the kite. There will be some good fishing the next two weeks with the co more...
Capt. Scott Collins - Jupiter


2015-12-12
12:48 AM

The Holiday Action - Jupiter Fishing Report: Above are some angler recent catches minus a few Sailfish releases. Fishing out of Jupiter and West Palm Beach has been great! With these fronts moving in so are the game fish. The winter time bite is in full swing. On our more...
Capt. Scott Collins - Jupiter


2015-12-01
9:56 AM

Calmer Weather and Good Fishing - The last two weeks we have really had to pick our fishing days offshore with the high winds and rough seas. Most of our trips have been inshore for this reason. We are thankful for calmer seas this week! I can't wait to get back offshore and chas more...
Capt. Scott Collins - Jupiter


2015-11-09
10:27 AM

Fishing is Picking up out of Jupiter - With this cooler weather and East winds Sailfish activity is picking up. We have been seeing free jumpers and had 2 releases last week. When you see good numbers of flying fish, its a sign your in the right area. The sailfish action has been in 70 more...
Capt. Scott Collins - Jupiter


2015-10-20
1:54 PM

The Jupiter Fishing Report - Fishing out of Jupiter is good! Dolphin fishing is great from 90-1,000 feet. We have been having success trolling, and drifting for these fish. When they are around doubles and triples are common. Look for birds and bait on the surface to find thes more...
Capt. Scott Collins - Jupiter


2015-09-28
10:58 AM

The Bite out of Jupiter is Good - Fishing out of Jupiter has been good. Thank god the brown water is clearing up and the fishing is getting better again. Dolphin fishing has been good out to 1,000 feet. There are also a few cruising the ledge. Sailfish have been nailing bait on the more...
Capt. Scott Collins - Jupiter


2015-09-08
11:11 AM

Great Offshore Fishing - Fishing has been great offshore! Wow some mornings have been special, double hookups and organized chaos. Dolphin fishing has been hit or miss but when it is a hit we are loading the boat. We have been catching Sailfish, Dolphin, Kingfish, and a vari more...
Capt. Scott Collins - Jupiter


2015-08-25
8:20 PM

Recent Angler Catches out of Jupiter - Here is what our customers are reeling in the last two weeks. It is a mixed bag of action, and we have been sending anglers home with bags of fillets every trip! There have been some sailfish cruising the ledge from Palm Beach, to Jupiter. When these more...
Capt. Scott Collins - Jupiter


2015-08-06
11:46 AM

King Mackerel, Mutton Snapper, and Dolphin Bite is On! - Jupiter Fishing Report: Above are some client catches this week. Fishing is hot on the edge right now. There are so many species of fish confined to a small area. However, the King Mackerel and Mutton Snapper stole the spotlight this week. Bo more...
Capt. Scott Collins - Jupiter


2015-07-23
11:32 AM

Sailfish, Kingfish, and Dolphin Great Summer Action! - The fishing offshore has been hot literally. In the heat of summer we have been catching Kingfish, Dolphin, and Sailfish. Flat lining live baits in the right spot will put all these species in the boat. Look for schools of bait on the surface, more...
Capt. Scott Collins - Jupiter

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