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Fishing Reports by Capt. Eric Evans


2020-02-19
12:09 PM

Tunas Appearing Offshore - The New Year has brought many cold fronts our way. Finally after a bunch of high winds we have been getting back out and hitting the Atlantic! Offshore has been producing tunas and the occasional wahoo - along with kings, ceros, and sharks. The pat more...
Capt. Eric Evans - Key West


2019-12-14
1:21 PM

Cold Fronts Bring Good Fishing - The fishing has stayed pretty good even with a couple cold fronts blowing by. November proved to be one of my best yet! When the Gulf Stream pushed further offshore anglers stayed busy on the deep reefs and patches catching gag groupers, red grouper more...
Capt. Eric Evans - Key West


2019-11-02
10:23 AM

Early Season Good Bite - Was a heck of a season last year! By the looks of things it may be continuing on. This early bite we have been getting has been nothing but epic! Wahoos, tunas, sailfish, and mahi have all been around offshore of Key West. The bait has arrived early more...
Capt. Eric Evans - Key West


2019-06-30
10:16 AM

Offshore and on the Reef - June was nice. We had mahi offshore and have been having a great reef bite with mangrove snappers and yellowtail coming in at 3-6 lbs. As usual in the southernmost point the weather is getting hot so a 4 to 6 hour trip has been producing great table more...
Capt. Eric Evans - Key West


2019-05-08
5:26 PM

Fishing Trips Easier in Nice Weather - So far in May 2019, we have seen some nice calm weather. Seas have been under 2 foot so we can make our runs to the offshore fishing grounds from Key West Florida in record breaking time. The Gulf Stream has moved closer bringing bait closer to sho more...
Capt. Eric Evans - Key West


2019-04-08
4:52 PM

Early Mahi-Mahi Bite - March was a good month. We had the snappers still biting in the inshore patches with bigger mutton's being caught 12-15 lbs. in 20-30 foot of water. The tuna bite was a bit tough. However, we started to get an early Mahi-Mahi (dolphin fish) bite lat more...
Capt. Eric Evans - Key West


2019-03-01
12:42 PM

Busy Fishing Season with Lots of Opportunities - January and February 2019 has been busy. We had some rough seas then very calm seas - seemed like every other day. But that's the good thing about fishing in Key West, Florida. When the winds are high, the backcountry offers much protection and we more...
Capt. Eric Evans - Key West


2019-01-24
10:19 AM

Another Great Start to the Season - It's a new year and a new start of the season. We ended 2018 with big blackfin tunas and plenty of groupers! Usually this time of year is tuna, sailfish, and wahoo season until April when the mahi start showing up. January 2019 has started a bit dif more...
Capt. Eric Evans - Key West


2018-11-28
6:32 PM

Cold Fronts Heat Up Fishing - The first cold fronts have passed thru and the bait on the reef has become plentiful. Moving on with the bait, the mackerels, barracudas, sharks, snappers, and groupers are following. The wrecks have provided non-stop action, however, the sharks h more...
Capt. Eric Evans - Key West


2018-09-25
4:09 PM

Over the Rail - The summer months have seen some decent fish coming over the rail. We have had a mixed bag of tuna and mahi offshore. The deep wrecks have been doing well with snappers and triggers. We have new regulations on tilefish and deep water groupers. No more...
Capt. Eric Evans - Key West

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