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Fishing Reports by Capt. Richard Houde


2017-06-23
4:44 AM

Still Catching Mahi - Still some Mahi around. Mostly school sized fish, but some big ones occasionally. Black Fin and Skip Jack Tuna offshore also. Great action with Bonitos in close. No good for the dinner plate, but a lot of fun for the 'Catch and Release crowd especia more...
Capt. Richard Houde - Key West


2017-06-07
7:55 AM

Much Better dolpin fishing in 2017 - Last year was a disappointing year for Dolphin or Mahi fishing to say the least. So far, there have been a lot of fish around. Not as many big fish as I would like, but plenty of school sized fish and a few big ones mixed in are making the offshore f more...
Capt. Richard Houde - Key West


2016-12-07
11:25 PM

Lots of Bait on the reef - Cooler weather and water temperatures have pushed the ballyhoo out to the reef. This brings all the predators in. Barracuda, Mutton Snapper, Mackerel, Jacks, Grouper and even sailfish have been feeding along the reef edge. Great action especially on more...
Capt. Richard Houde - Key West


2014-07-22
8:14 AM

Summer's "big heat" is on - After one of the better dolpin seasonos of the last few years, the heat of the summer along with calm seas have slowed the near shore catches of Dolphin. Boats on a full day are still reporting some decent catches out deep, but for boats only fishing more...
Capt. Richard Houde - Key West


2011-06-04
10:45 AM

Southbound Sportfishing Key West Report June 4, 2011 - As I had hoped, the wind has picked up, the current has picked up and along with it, the fishing has picked up too. After a week or so of very calm weather and gradually declining fishing, the Gulf Stream has moved back in close to the reef, (It was more...
Capt. Richard Houde - Key West


2011-05-01
9:29 AM

Southbound Sportfishing Key West Report April 30, 2011 - Many customers ask me what's the best time to fish in key west ?, and while we have good fishing all year round, I always tell them April is one of my favorite months. It's a big fish time of year. Sailfish, Tuna, Wahoo, Cobia and Hammerhead sha more...
Capt. Richard Houde - Key West


2011-03-23
11:49 AM

Southbound Sportfishing Key West Report March 32, 2011 - As I expected and hoped, conditions in Key West improved and fishing improved as expected this past week. The blue water and strong east current moved in and with it came the Sailfish. Over the weekend we had a beautiful color change and the sailf more...
Capt. Richard Houde - Key West


2011-02-23
9:45 AM

Southbound Sportfishing Key West Report Feb.21, 2011 - February 21, 2011 Fishing in key west is always changing. After a tough week of fishing, conditions seem about to change for the better. We've had very green water, no current and cool water temps (68'), for the last week or so. Much of this can more...
Capt. Richard Houde - Key West


2011-02-04
9:07 AM

Southbound Sportfishing Key West Report Feb. 3, 2011 - I hope everyone is keeping warm and dry! While most of the country is digging out from under yet another major show storm or trying to keep warm from sub-freezing temperatures, Key West is basking in temps in the mid 80's. With the weather we've more...
Capt. Richard Houde - Key West


2011-01-23
9:29 AM

Southbound Sportfishing Key West Report January 22nd - Conditions have finally lined up and fishing was red hot the last few days. The combination of the full moon, calm seas, East current and clean water all came together this week and fishing went off. The bite is on for Sailfish, Wahoo and Black Fin T more...
Capt. Richard Houde - Key West

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