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Islamorada Fishing Reports


2008-10-02
6:15 PM

Bonefish on the outgoing - The bonefish are hungry but only on the outgoing tides! We caught three 10-01-08 on dead shrimp. It was my buddy's, who will remain nameless as he is a captian who has only caught two bonefish in his life (both with me). One his behaf he does not li more...
Capt. Richard Burson - Islamorada


2008-08-27
10:29 AM

Nice Dolphin and Tuna on Humps - Dolphin are still being caught. There haven't been the schools of small fish; but the one that are caught are nice fish. Also the fish are in 500 to 700 feet of water. The tuna are on the humps; the are likewise nice size fish. Tarpon are still in more...
Capt. Izzy Donatiello - Islamorada


2008-08-22
10:14 AM

Fay is gone.... fishing frenzy on - Well now that Fay has left the Florida Keys the sun is out, the bite is on. The fish were left alone for a few days while we weathered the storm and now they are HUNGRY! I took a group out Thursday and we had nothing but luck! The snappers, snook more...
Capt. Richard Burson - Islamorada


2008-07-22
8:27 AM

Dolphin dominate offshore fishing - Dolphin dominate the offshore picture. There are all the fish you want to catch from 450 feet out to 700 feet. The problem is that the fish are on the small size. If the fish are small move on to the next group. You should be able to find enough nice more...
Capt. Izzy Donatiello - Islamorada


2008-07-10
11:05 AM

Tarpon on the Fly - Out on the water and another glorious day in the Keys! We stalked some tarpon today armed with only a fly rod and some, what turned out to be, spectacular homemade flies. My client hooked a 70 pound Tarpon taking hime for quite a ride! It was a p more...
Capt. Richard Burson - Islamorada


2008-07-05
9:55 AM

Permit on the wreck - Our morning trip was full of silver flashes under the warm morning sun rise. As the sun rose it was easy to see the permit were ready for some breakfast. Mt client wanted to target permit and that is what we did. What a time! more...
Capt. Richard Burson - Islamorada


2008-06-17
11:29 AM

Tarpon bite is hot..hot..hot - The tarpon fishing is in high gear. During the day, dead bait is the ticket. After dark, crabs can't be beat. In the park the cuts are still holding trout, snapper and tarpon. On the blue water side, the dolphin fishing is good. There are a go more...
Capt. Izzy Donatiello - Islamorada


2008-05-20
9:37 AM

Big Dolphin Being Caught - Over the past weeks the fishing has been good. I went tarpon fishing and caught fish every time. The fish have eaten crabs. In addition to the tarpon in the everglades park; the trout and snapper fishing is good. I have also been catching Goliath gro more...
Capt. Izzy Donatiello - Islamorada


2008-04-24
3:38 PM

Tarpon are here.... - Over the past couple the weeks the tarpon have show up. We been catching them back in the Everglades Park as well in the bride channel. However they do not bite with a North wind. We did a couple of shark fishing trips; with lemons and blacktips more...
Capt. Izzy Donatiello - Islamorada


2008-04-06
10:20 AM

Snapper bite is on - Sail fishing remains slow; if you put in the time you should catch one. The best plan is to use live bait with a trace of wire to catch some kings while you wait for a sail. Don't forget a deep bait to get a bottom fish. The high winds have caused th more...
Capt. Izzy Donatiello - Islamorada

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