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Fishing Reports by Capt. Scott Collins


2015-07-01
12:58 PM

Summer Time Fishing is Hot! - There's been a great King Mackerel bite from 90-120. At low light hours, line is getting pulled out and drags are screaming. The sound the reel makes when one of these things is on the line is always exciting. Live Sardines or Blue runners are ke more...
Capt. Scott Collins - Jupiter


2015-06-12
12:16 PM

Dolphin, Kingfish, and Mutton Snapper are Biting! - Dolphin are scattered offshore from 115-500 feet of water. Trolling has been the best method to find floating debris or small groups of these schoolie dolphin. Trolling the usual colors is producing: chartreuse, pink, and blue/white. We have found more...
Capt. Scott Collins - Jupiter


2015-04-29
10:10 AM

Kite Fishing is Hot! - The Jupiter FL. fishing report. Kite fishing has been the way to go for us this week. We are catching good numbers of kings and dolphin kite fishing, with occasional sailfish mixed in. Blue runners, goggle eyes and thread-fins have been deadly on t more...
Capt. Scott Collins - Jupiter


2015-04-24
11:19 AM

More Mahi - The Jupiter Florida Fishing Report: We're still catching good numbers of Dolphin on most days. These Dolphin we're caught on light spinning gear, sight casting buck tails around a turtle. Tuesday we had a Sailfish eat one of our live baits and jump o more...
Capt. Scott Collins - Jupiter


2015-04-08
3:11 PM

Dolphin, Mutton and Snook are Biting - Fishing for Dolphin and Mutton Snapper has been great offshore out of the Jupiter Inlet! Most of the fish have been in the 6-15 pound class. It is a blast catching them around the boat on spinning tackle. Trolling is the best way to locate these larg more...
Capt. Scott Collins - Jupiter


2015-03-04
10:47 AM

Blast on the Bottom - Fishing has been great! Offshore there is the occasional sailfish and schools of peanut dolphin. The action has been scattered and inconsistent with this SE wind. However, dolphin fishing is picking up. Late March, April, and May are typically the be more...
Capt. Scott Collins - Jupiter


2015-02-18
10:46 AM

Slamming Sailfish and Muttons - With these cold fronts and NE winds Sail fishing has been consistent. Some trips we are having multiple releases. On all of our trips, it starts with the right live bait, and bait presentation. Most of the sailfish action has been between 90-150 this more...
Capt. Scott Collins - Jupiter


2015-01-31
10:26 PM

Sails Dolphin Mackerel Offshore Black Drum and Flounder Inshore - The seas have been heavy this week! The fronts are making for an unbelievable sailfish bite. We are still getting multiple hookups and releases on all of our kite fishing trips. The best bite has been from 115-210 feet. It just depends where the life more...
Capt. Scott Collins - Jupiter


2015-01-16
11:28 AM

Sailfish and Dolphin Action Offshore - Fishing for sailfish has been fantastic with this NE wind we have had all week. We have been seeing multiple release trips all week. Most of our bites have come kite fishing live goggle eye or blue runners. We have caught a couple of fish trolling a more...
Capt. Scott Collins - Jupiter


2014-12-22
2:53 PM

Sails, Dolphin, and Kings Galore - Fishing has been great! The sails have been biting in numbers a couple days before and a couple days after these cold fronts. Kite fishing has been best for us. We had a couple days last week with five releases or more. We have found fish from 90 fee more...
Capt. Scott Collins - Jupiter

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