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Key West Fishing Reports


2003-01-25
12:00 AM

Key West and Lower Keys - Jack Crevalle and Barracuda Moving into Shallows Jan. 25, 2003Record low temperatures have chilled the Keys in recent days. However, Barracuda and Jack Crevalle are moving into the shallows in good numbers. Here is a nice winter Jack Crevalle caug more...
Capt. Dexter Simmons - Key West


2003-01-18
12:00 AM

Key West and Lower Keys - Winter Blues? Plan for that Spring Tarpon Trip! Jan. 17, 2003It is easy to get Cabin Fever this time of year, especially if you are in a cold weather environment. Fear not, there is a cure for this condition! While away your hours at home by tyi more...
Capt. Dexter Simmons - Key West


2003-01-15
12:00 AM

Key West Fishing Report - Offshore - The high winds and low temperatures have kept many anglers off of the water over the past several days and there is not much relief in sight. Another blast of cold air is expected to hit the keys this weekend, keeping the ambient temperatures well be more...
Capt. Ralph Delph - Key West


2003-01-07
12:00 AM

Key West and Lower Keys - Old Man Winter Chills Keys Waters Jan. 7, 2003 Happy New Year!Old Man Winter has been blowing in from the North during the past month, chilling Keys waters into the 60's, sending our big three flats species (Tarpon Bonefish, Permit) into deeper wat more...
Capt. Dexter Simmons - Key West


2002-12-28
12:00 AM

Key West Fishing Report - Offshore - The year in Key West is ending with a bang. The north edge of the Gulfstream is running from southwest to northeast and is only a short distance offshore between Sandkey light and American shoals. This is causing an eastbound current along the reef b more...
Capt. Ralph Delph - Key West


2002-12-14
12:00 AM

Key West and Lower Keys - Too Cold for the Grand Slam? Slam the Jacks! Dec. 15, 2002 Happy Holidays!We have had a typical fall pattern to our fishing during the past month. Cold fronts rolling through, followed by cool temps and windy days, followed by warming days when t more...
Capt. Dexter Simmons - Key West


2002-12-09
12:00 AM

Key West Fishing Report - Offshore - “THEIRRR BACK.” With a strong eastbound current and a water temperature of 76 degrees, the big draw along the edge of the reef is the big yellowfin tunas. They have been responding to chumming with live pilchards. The big news is the size of the fish more...
Capt. Ralph Delph - Key West


2002-11-14
12:00 AM

Key West and Lower Keys - Fishing is Best Between Cold Fronts November 14, 2002Our next cold front is here and by week's end we will have temps in the high 60's at night and in the mid to high 70's during the day. This is good news to local anglers who have had enough of th more...
Capt. Dexter Simmons - Key West


2002-10-28
12:00 AM

Key West and Lower Keys - Cool Down Improves Fishing October 28, 2002Our next cold front is on its way and by weeks end we will have temps in the low 70's or high 60's at night and in the high 70's or low 80's during the day. This is good news to local anglers who have had more...
Capt. Dexter Simmons - Key West


2002-10-14
12:00 AM

Key West and Lower Keys - Bones and Permit Staged and Ready to Tail! October 14, 2002October is here and so is some of the best Bonefishing and Permit fishing of the year. With strong tides and fair winds form the East we have scored recently on Permit in the Marquesas. He more...
Capt. Dexter Simmons - Key West

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