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Sails Dolphin Mackerel Offshore Black Drum and Flounder Inshore

Capt. Scott Collins
January 31, 2015
Jupiter - Freshwater Fishing Report

The seas have been heavy this week! The fronts are making for an unbelievable sailfish bite. We are still getting multiple hookups and releases on all of our kite fishing trips. The best bite has been from 115-210 feet. It just depends where the life is. Dolphin have also been thick out there. Find some grass or floating debris for some quick action. The fish have been in pairs, and small groups. Trolling has been most effective for the scattered dolphin. While live baiting for sails, kingfish have been all over our baits, making for some nice action offshore. Amber jacks have been plentiful on the ledge, drop live sardines down for a bicep workout in 90 feet of water.

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With the rough seas we have been doing some inshore trips. There has been great action in the loxahtchee river! The black drum and flounder have been biting well. We have also been catching a plethora of Snook, Jack Cravels, Snapper, and ladyfish. We have a few open dates in February. No Fish No Pay! Always. See you on the water.

Capt. Scott Collins

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Jupiter Fishing Forecast:

Look for sailfishing to be hot this week with the approaching cold front.

Target Species:

Sailfish, Dolphin, Kingfish

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Phone: 561-214-2271
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