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Spring is Coming and so are the Dolphin

Capt. Scott Collins
February 24, 2016
Jupiter - Saltwater Fishing Report

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Ray and Jennifer were on a mission to catch their first dolphin Monday morning. After an hour and a half on the troll with no bites. I was feeling the pressure. Then finally the left long clip comes out. A nice gaffer jumps off. Ouch! Another hour passes….. Then two reels start screaming at the same time, dolphin double on the lines. Jackpot! Ray and Jennifer reel in their first dolphin at the same time in chaotic fashion. For the last couple hours of the morning we swung into the ledge for some bottom fishing and found some nice vermillion snapper and porgies.
A quick rinse of the boat, lunch, re-bait then back out with Adam and Dave. These guys were a blast to fish with. We set up on the ledge a caught a few kings, and kept the rods bent with some jumbo porgies and vermillion snapper. The sharks were stuffing their faces with our bottom fish. We lost a few nice ones to the sharks. After a full day at sea, feeling blessed to do what I love. We have a few openings in March. Visit www.gettinluckyfishing.com for charter information. See you on the water.

Capt. Scott Collins

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Jupiter Fishing Forecast:

The dolphin bite should improve with the coming of March

Target Species:

Dolphin, Kings, Wahoo, and Sailfish

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Kite Fishing, Trolling, Bottom Fishing, Intracoastal trips 15 Years of local fishing experience. Owner Gettin Lucky Sportfishing 3 Years 4 Years Full time mate experience. 50 Ton Master Captain. No Fish No Pay Charters!

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Phone: 561-214-2271
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