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Fishing Reports by Capt. Eric Evans


2022-10-13
8:23 AM

Groupers, Snappers, and Sharks - Apologies in advance as it has been a while since our last fishing report and update. Key West and the Florida Keys lucked out big time regarding Hurricane Ian. Our friends to the north are not doing well. We wish them a speedy recovery from this n more...
Capt. Eric Evans - Key West


2022-08-08
6:38 PM

Mahi and Mini Season - The Florida Keys have been staying busy still. We had some Mahi tournaments in May and June and had some nice fish come across the scales! For most people the schoolies were around so made for fun fishing for everyone. In July we saw many more wa more...
Capt. Eric Evans - Key West


2022-05-29
8:14 AM

Reefs and Wrecks Producing - The reef and wrecks have been great! On our longer days we have been venturing out towards the west and fishing west of the Marquesas. If unfamiliar with the Marquesas it is circular shaped set of islands and has a bay in the middle. It is approx more...
Capt. Eric Evans - Key West


2022-04-06
4:14 PM

Patches and Reefs Producing - For the majority of the month, we saw a bunch of action on the patches and reefs. Mackerels, sharks, mutton snappers, lanes, and yellowtail were the majority of the fish produced. Again, we have seen a very unpredictable weather pattern. The days more...
Capt. Eric Evans - Key West


2022-03-04
5:33 AM

Frequent Cold Fronts - January and February 2022. The Florida Keys saw many cold fronts which seemed to come every 2-3 days. The wind was howling some fronts reaching 40 knots. As one can imagine that took a big toll on our offshore fishing game. The few times we ven more...
Capt. Eric Evans - Key West


2022-01-17
10:23 AM

Patch Reefs Producing - We closed out the year with many familiar faces for the holiday season. It is always a pleasure to fish many of the same people year after year! December 2021 did not disappoint with so much action on the patch reefs. The mutton snappers and groupers more...
Capt. Eric Evans - Key West


2021-12-12
3:06 PM

November was Windy - We managed to sneak out and get a couple offshore trips in, for the most part we had to hide on the lee of the island and go after mutton's, groupers, and yellowtails. The days we spent offshore produced some nice fish. We had mahi, tuna, and s more...
Capt. Eric Evans - Key West


2021-10-29
9:20 AM

Cold Snap - The southernmost city is still warmer than most places in the US right now. Even after our little cold front moved through. Temps have still been in the mid to high 80's. What has changed dramatically is the fish are moving in shallower. Winter time more...
Capt. Eric Evans - Key West


2021-09-09
5:04 AM

Lake Atlantic - It has been calm this last week. Every angler waits for days like these. No white knuckling, bumps, spray, just a wide-open throttle to get to the fishing grounds. As always, the bad that comes along with the good. With no wind it does get a bit more...
Capt. Eric Evans - Key West


2021-08-07
2:18 PM

Mahi Coming Over the Rail - It has been a very busy year and all indicates it's going to stay busy. Usually august and September are our slow months here in Key West. This year already we have 3/4 of august filled and some dates in September. So please if you are planning a t more...
Capt. Eric Evans - Key West

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