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Fishing Reports by Capt. Richard Houde


2011-01-13
9:58 AM

Southbound Sportfishing Key West Report January 13, 2011 - 2011 has started out great! The weather has been generally good and a the fishing has been good. After the turmoil caused by the BP disaster,The New Year has started out well for fishing in Key West. We never saw or had any oil, but the perception we more...
Capt. Richard Houde - Key West


2010-12-19
8:51 AM

Southbound Sportfishing Key West Report December 17th - Fishing is shaping as expected as the weather cools. Large schools of Ballyhoo, (bait fish), are attracting lots of hungry predators. The water is clear which is keeping some of the more desirable bottom dwellers less active,such as Groupers and Sn more...
Capt. Richard Houde - Key West


2010-11-08
8:57 AM

Southbound Sportfishing Key West Report November 8th - Our first winter cold front passed through the Keys on Friday and while it made fishing a bit uncomfortable for the majority of the day and into the next, it was a welcome change. First, If you live in Key West and stay through the summer heat,Yo more...
Capt. Richard Houde - Key West


2010-10-20
7:44 PM

Southbound Key West Fishing Report Oct. 2030 - October 29, 2010 The summer fishing has pretty much ended with the exception of a few odd dolphins. We've started getting our normal mild cold fronts for this time of year making for great conditions also. Mild winds out of the North have provided c more...
Capt. Richard Houde - Key West


2010-09-19
8:30 AM

Southbound Sportfishing Key West Report -tiger sharks - Last week we got a report of a whale carcass floating off shore of Key West with a large number of Tiger sharks feeding on it. This is a rare sight to behold. Many people may have seen sights like this on TV nature shows, but I've been fishing the wa more...
Capt. Richard Houde - Key West


2010-08-25
5:57 AM

Southbound Sportfishing Key West Report August 22nd - August 20th, 1020 The Blue water and east have returned and the offshore fishing has started to heat up. Most of the summer the blue water has been out deep and there has been no current. The green water we've had in our area is great for the snap more...
Capt. Richard Houde - Key West


2010-08-12
12:04 AM

Southbound Key West Fishing Report August 11th - August 12th, 2010 The action remains steady along the reef with lots of Sharks, Barracudas and snappers. Both Yellow tails and Gray snapper are biting well and providing great action between big fish bites by Sharks, barracudas and jacks. Most more...
Capt. Richard Houde - Key West


2010-08-03
8:47 AM

Southbound Sportfishing Key West Report August 2nd - August 2, 2010 Snapper is fishing still going strong. We've been getting our limit on Gray snapper and/or Yellow tail snapper most days we've been looking for them. This should continue for a few weeks more. After that the Gray snappers might slow more...
Capt. Richard Houde - Key West


2010-07-24
7:41 AM

Southbound Sportfishing Key West Report July 22 - July 22, 2010 There are a few signs of life offshore over the last few days, but still not normal for July. I'm thinking we're going to have a late run of dolphin through August and possible September. Inshore the Snapper fishing has been steady wi more...
Capt. Richard Houde - Key West


2010-07-18
8:22 AM

Southbound Sportfishing Key West Report - As always happens eventually, the fishing is starting to change again. The snappers are still biting but we're starting to see a few sailfish around and there have been a few nice dolphin caught offshore. It's been tough offshore the last 6 weeks or more...
Capt. Richard Houde - Key West

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