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Jupiter Fishing Reports

11:14 PM

Dozens of Dolphin - I thought it would be a great idea to take advantage of the great fishing down in the keys over Memorial weekend, but only came home to braggers around here about the fishing over the weekend. The keys only produced a plethora of small (throwback) do more...
Capt. Colin Hickey - Jupiter

3:06 PM

Cobia Galore! Sailfish too... - Cooler temps should continue through Wednesday, than next weekend will see cooler temps again. Obviously, as the temps get cooler the sails typically move south, Boynton Beach, Ft. Lauderdale, Miami for example has been having red hot action the past more...
Capt. Colin Hickey - Jupiter

5:29 PM

Gettin Lucky In Jupiter - This is truely a fisherman's paradise. The Sail fishing has been very consistent in 160 feet, with dolphin and big king fish mixed in. Live bait has been great fished from under a kite, and is the best presentation for sails. Rigged ballyhoo with 80 more...
Capt. Scott Collins - Jupiter

11:08 AM

The Report You Have Been Wanting to Hear - If I could end this report by only saying Sails I would because thats all you need to know. However, I will promise you if you fish on the right winds, conditions, right baits then you are virtually 100% guaranteed to raise one, but, its up to you more...
Capt. Colin Hickey - Jupiter

5:28 PM

Calling Sails and Lots of Them! - Hopefully this winter we will see the same Sailfish run we saw a couple years back, the same season that the Silver Sailfish Derby witnessed over 900 sails throughout the tournament. By the early signs it very well could be as sails have been roam more...
Capt. Colin Hickey - Jupiter

11:48 PM

Offshore - Perhaps the best wind sequence for those targeting sails right now is a 2-3 day rotation of winds from the WNW to N to NE. Unfortunately this won't be a factor until Sunday or Monday when sea conditions seem to be unfavorable. However for those willi more...
Capt. Colin Hickey - Jupiter

7:27 PM

More systems, more rough weather - As the tropical system Kyle pushes some rougher water towards the coast, it will make matters difficult until the weekend. However in the next month or so we will start seeing signs of the first run of Sailfish for the fall/winter. After the seas cal more...
Capt. Colin Hickey - Jupiter

9:46 AM

Mullet Mania! - Jupiter's tarpon fishing comes alive! It was like someone flipped a switch. Jupiter inlet has been producing the best tarpon and snook fishing of the year. The combination of incoming tide at dawn and low pressure seems to have put the snook on more...
Capt. Rob Mazzei - Jupiter

8:37 PM

Rough Weather - The ocean conditions have not been laying down since Gustav. Now Trop Storm Hanna has stirred them up again, and Ike and Josephine don't plan to make it much better. However before all this chaos was a consistent dolphin bite with a mix bag of wa more...
Capt. Colin Hickey - Jupiter

10:15 PM

Offshore - The little fishing Ive done over the past weeks has been nothing but unproductive. I have been distracted by making short trips to the keys the past weeks for lobsters, the action has definitely been more exciting then that offshore bonito bite. more...
Capt. Colin Hickey - Jupiter

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