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Fishing Reports by Capt. Rick Rodriguez


2011-01-10
4:48 AM

Islamorada Sailfish and Wahoo on the Sea Horse - Islamorada Sea Horse Sport Fishing Report Sailfish are moving down the edge of the reef and we are catching them. Most of the sailfish have been caught on live bait. Some of the best choices of bait have been live Ballyhoo, Cigar minnows, and Blue more...
Capt. Rick Rodriguez - Islamorada


2011-01-08
2:06 PM

Sailfish and Wahoo - Islamorada Sea Horse Sport Fishing Report Sailfish are moving down the edge of the reef and we are catching them. Most of the sailfish have been caught on live bait. Some of the best choices of bait have been live Ballyhoo, Cigar minnows, and Blue more...
Capt. Rick Rodriguez - Islamorada


2010-12-27
8:22 PM

Islamorada Sailfish on the Sea Horse - Islamorada Florida Keys Sea Horse deep Sea Fishing Report More Sailfish are still the fish to go after in the Islamorada area. We are catching Sailfish everyday on the edge of the reef and offshore. Most of them are caught on live Ballyhoo, Cigar more...
Capt. Rick Rodriguez - Islamorada


2010-12-18
8:05 PM

Islamorada sailfish Action is going on now - Islamorada Sailfish action today was outstanding. Over a hundred Sailfish were caught and released in the Islamorada area today by charter, tournament, and recreational boats. This is the fishing evryone dreams of. Most fish were caught on live bai more...
Capt. Rick Rodriguez - Islamorada


2010-12-15
3:12 AM

Islamorada sea Horse sailfish and more - Islamorada Sea Horse Sport Fishing Report Sailfish are still the fish of the month here in Islamorada. The Islamorada Sailfish tournament produced 205 Sailfish released in three days. That was a great number of fish to have been caught and release more...
Capt. Rick Rodriguez - Islamorada


2010-12-07
5:03 PM

Islamorada Sailfish - Islamorada Sea Horse Sport Fishing Report Sailfish are still the fish of the month here in Islamorada. The Islamorada Sailfish tournament produced over 205 Sailfish releases in three days. That was a great number of fish to have been caught. When more...
Capt. Rick Rodriguez - Islamorada


2010-12-03
5:36 PM

Islamorada Sea Horse fishing report - Islamorada Sea Horse Deep Sea Fishing Report Today marks the first day of the 47th annual Islamorada Sailfish Tournament at Whale Harbor. 27 teams entered the three day event to compete for Prizes and Trophies. The first day anglers started off at more...
Capt. Rick Rodriguez - Islamorada


2010-11-24
4:28 PM

Islamorada Sailfish - Islamorada sailfish are here and I will make sure you catch one. We are using live bait to catch these fish. we see them before they bite it is fun and exciting. fishing the edge of the reef will produce othere bite also. Kingfish, Snapper, Group more...
Capt. Rick Rodriguez - Islamorada


2010-11-17
5:09 PM

Islamorada Sailfish, Mahi, Tuna - Islamorada Sea Horse Sport fishing Report Nov 2010 Sailfish, Kingfish, Mahi, Tuna and reef fish are all in the Islamorada area. The recent cold front brought many Sailfish into the area. Along with the cool weather we now are experiencing warm wea more...
Capt. Rick Rodriguez - Islamorada


2010-11-07
2:58 PM

Islamorada Sea Horse sport fishing - Islamorada Sea Horse Sport Fishing Report Fishing the edge of the reef is where it is happening. From the sand to 250 feet of water many fish are moving down the edge of the reef. Mostly Kingfish, Mahi, and Sailfish are right behind the bait fish t more...
Capt. Rick Rodriguez - Islamorada

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