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Fishing Reports by Capt. Dean Panos


2013-07-01
5:27 PM

Blue Marlin - Bahamas - Blue Marlin Fishing In San Salvador Bahamas My good customer and good friend, Joe, recently bought a 39 SeaVee with IPS drives. These IPS drives are also referred to as pods and make the boat extremely maneuverable. It is by far the most maneuve more...
Capt. Dean Panos - Miami


2013-06-13
9:55 AM

Big Mahi - In the past two weeks we have had a variety of different type of trips. We did a trip to Bimini, a daytime swordfish trip, and a few trips on the edge. Starting with the trip to Bimini, after a week of very windy weather, we got lucky and the wind la more...
Capt. Dean Panos - Miami


2013-05-28
4:40 PM

Tuna Bite is ON!! - In the past two weeks the blackfin tuna bite has been totally out of control. We have been complaining about how the blackfin tunas have been missing all spring, but someone must of heard our complaints and let the flood gates open. A typical spri more...
Capt. Dean Panos - Miami


2013-05-12
12:45 PM

Spring Is Here - The fishing is spring is supposed to consist of sailfish, kingfish, blackfin tuna and mahis. In the past few weeks, the kingfish have shown up, and the mahis and the sails continue to bite. The only fish that has been missing has been the blackfin tu more...
Capt. Dean Panos - Miami


2013-04-28
10:26 AM

Strong Showing - The final push of sailfish happened about a week or so ago. Sailfish season is typically November through May and April can be an outstanding month, and it was. The middle of April, we saw the best sailfish action of the year. Our best trip was more...
Capt. Dean Panos - Miami


2013-04-10
12:17 PM

Lots of Sails - Sailfish season this year has not been epic, but it has been OK. The sailfish population is not hurting in any way, it's just we have not had all the right conditions at the same time and it has been a very warm winter for South Florida. The right more...
Capt. Dean Panos - Miami


2013-03-22
6:59 PM

Conditions are Key - I have frequently talked about how the right conditions can give you a red-hot bite. On the other hand, the wrong conditions can mean the bite will be slow that day. For the past two weeks the conditions have not been ideal. We have had a lot of s more...
Capt. Dean Panos - Miami


2013-03-10
5:09 PM

Another One - 3/9/13 Another One About two months ago we caught a 100 plus pound yellowfin tuna. Although we catch yellowfins in the Bahamas, they are not frequently caught in Miami. Since that tuna, I have only heard of one other yellowfin caught. It more...
Capt. Dean Panos - Miami


2013-02-18
3:28 PM

Getting Better - The past week the sailfishing has continued to improve. We have been averaging 3 to 6 sailfish per day, which is pretty much the norm for this time of year. We are still missing the big days, but those are coming for sure. The previous week the sa more...
Capt. Dean Panos - Miami


2013-02-03
11:44 AM

The Fish Are Finally Here! - The past two weeks, the sailfishing has been extremely slow. There were a couple of days that we caught 4 or 5 fish per day, but for the most part it was limited to one or two a day and we even had a couple of days that we did not even see a sailfis more...
Capt. Dean Panos - Miami

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