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Marathon Fishing Reports

9:49 PM

Some great fishing! - The bottom bite has been great for the big mutton snapper. We filmed a tv show the other day and my angler Todd Rudy Childress landed some big amberjacks on the butterfly jigs and a 20 pound mutton snapper. The reef has been alive as all get out wi more...
Capt. Jack Carlson - Marathon

6:23 PM

Mackerel still King in the Marathon and Keys! - King Mackerel have been tearing up the deep reef edge along the middle Keys for some time now. The fierce striking big Macks have been chewing up chum lines both east and west of Sombrero light. Reef areas off of Duck Key and Bahia Honda Key have bee more...
Capt. Bob Brown - Marathon

7:41 PM

Reef Bite On Fire In Marathon - The cool weather fronts we have had recently have the Snapper and Grouper avoiding the cooler waters of Florida Bay, and have been making thier way out to the Atlantic side patch reefs where the fishing has been fantastic! Large Mangrove Snapper have more...
Capt. Bob Brown - Marathon

4:03 PM

Action is HOTTTT! - The reef action has been on fire! Lots of grouper, mangrove, yellowtail, and mutton snapper have been biting. They have been eating fresh ballyhoo cut into chunks best. We have been castnetting live ballyhoo on the reef and taking out to the deep a more...
Capt. Jack Carlson - Marathon

11:19 AM

Sailfish & KIngfish bring in the New Year! - The winter migratory species continue to dominate the local fishing scene with good numbers of Sailfish inhabiting the local area as cool fronts coming down the Florida peninsula keep moving more fish south into the warmer waters of the middle Keys. more...
Capt. Bob Brown - Marathon

7:13 PM

Marathon - Florida Keys Fishing Report - Winter is here in the Keys, and the migration of winter species is in full swing after we recently had some more seasonal temperatures to help cool the local waters. The Mackerel family has made it's presence known this week in grand fashion. Large n more...
Capt. Bob Brown - Marathon

8:15 PM

Sailfish Bite still "ON" in the middle Florida Keys! - In recent weeks, it has been the norm to see countless frigate birds working over top of schools of Ballyhoo as Sailfish, Dolphin (Mahi-Mahi), and even some Blackfin Tuna chase the ballyhoo into tightly packed, balled up schools. And then pushin more...
Capt. Bob Brown - Marathon

8:38 PM

Sailfish Holiday! - I want to wish all readers a Happy Thanksgiving and hope you are spending it with loved ones. Here in the middle Keys we are thankful for the awesome Sailfish action that has been going on for the past couple weeks. Sails have been showing up showeri more...
Capt. Bob Brown - Marathon

4:36 PM

Cobias - The cobias have showed up here in the Gulf. This past week has been red hot!!! We have a cold front over us right now, it is more of a wind front! This will push more fish our way!!! The reef action has been awesome, lots of good size mutton snapper more...
Capt. Jack Carlson - Marathon

9:40 PM

Sailfish starting to show on reef edge! - On recent reef trips off of the middle Keys anglers have been surprised to find a scattering of Sailfish along the reef edge. Mostly they are charging in on the reef in search of Ballyhoo. Some nice numbers of Ballyhoo have been showing up in chum more...
Capt. Bob Brown - Marathon

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