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Capt. Izzy Donatiello
July 4, 2009
Islamorada - Saltwater Fishing Report

Dolphin fishing is turning into the summer time pattern. The fish may be 25 to 30 miles out.One boat may find them find them while a boat a mile away will not. Last Friday we were out, but the thunder storms forced us in after a couple of hours.

Yellowtail snapper fishing is still good. The mutton snapper are starting to show up. The full moon in July is the best time to catch these fish. Live or fresh ballyhoo is the bait you need. The mangrove snappers have moved out the reef; getting ready to spawn.

The Everglades park condition remain good. There are school of Tarpon moving through. Some small snook are around the islands.

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Tarpon fishing is still good in the bridge channels.

I when bonefishing two days last week. We had fish within 20 feet both days. One day we caught them; the other we missed.


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Light tackle sportfishing in Islamorada Florida Keys. I specialize in live bait fishing for tarpon, trout, snappers and snook in Everglades National Park. I also fish for sailfish, yellowtail snapper, grouper and dolphin in the blue waters of the Atlantic Ocean.

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