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Fishing Reports by Capt. Rick Rodriguez


2017-07-28
9:05 PM

Islamorada Sea Horse Off Shore Report - We have been catching a ton of Mahi Mahi everyday off shore, Most of the Mahi we have caught on small 3 inch live Jacks that we catch on quills or with a cast net. The Jacks can be found around floating debris and sargasso weed lines. Fishing for more...
Capt. Rick Rodriguez - Islamorada


2017-07-07
8:35 PM

Mahi Mahi is whats up! - Like most people fishing offshore this time of the year is about catching Mahi Mahi. Luckily there have been lots of mahi migrating through the area. Everyone has been catching them for the last month. Hopefully the mahi madness will continue throug more...
Capt. Rick Rodriguez - Islamorada


2017-06-11
8:30 PM

Islamorada Sea Horse off shore - Islamorada Sea Horse Off Shore Report Off Shore Report: Mahi Mahi fishing has been outstanding for the past two weeks. More Mahi have been caught lately than we have seen in the past couple years. The charter boat fleet and local anglers have more...
Capt. Rick Rodriguez - Islamorada


2017-05-24
5:18 PM

Islamorada Sea Horse Off Shore Report - Mahi Mahi have been caught regularly for the past few weeks. Some days the fishing has been better than others; however we have been enjoying a good Mahi season. Yellow tail snapper have been caught daily in great numbers. Blackfin tunas have been more...
Capt. Rick Rodriguez - Islamorada


2017-05-04
6:43 AM

Islamorada Sea Horse Off shore Report - The month of May fishing has been very good in the Islamorada area. Reef fishing for yellow tail snapper, mutton snapper, and grouper. The charter boats working the reef have had extremely productive fishing trips. Off shore deep drop fishing for more...
Capt. Rick Rodriguez - Islamorada


2017-04-27
6:46 AM

islamorada Sea Horse Off shore Report - We have been catching Mahi Mahi consistently off shore in 400 feet to 1200 feet. Most of the fish have been around sargasso weed and floating debris. Schooling size fish have been the most abundant; however there have been some bigger fish caught. more...
Capt. Rick Rodriguez - Islamorada


2017-04-25
7:44 AM

islamorada Sea Horse Off shore Report - Mahi Mahi have poured through yesterday, and the day before. Looks like we are going to catch them today also. Some wahoo have been caught around Isolated floating pieces of debris. Tunas are still migrating through along the edge of the gulf str more...
Capt. Rick Rodriguez - Islamorada


2017-04-21
7:00 PM

Islamorada Sea Horse off shore report - Windy for the last seven days however fishing has been outstanding. Yellow Tail Snapper have been cooperating everyday. It has been easy to catch a limit for six people in less than 3 hours. Truly as good as it could be throughout the day. Best b more...
Capt. Rick Rodriguez - Islamorada


2017-04-13
4:54 PM

Islamorada Report off shore - Islamorada Sea Horse Off Shore Report Off Shore Report: If Yogi Berra was still alive he would say the last few weeks have been like deja vu all over again! Here we have been fishing in April looking for and catching Mahi. The next thing you kn more...
Capt. Rick Rodriguez - Islamorada


2017-04-08
6:55 PM

Islamorada Sea Horse Offshore report - Mahi have been caught lately through last week. Some days school after school were encountered. Some big fish were caught. We are looking forward to more fish. The blackfin tunas have been consistent at the 409 and Islamorada hump. The tunas hav more...
Capt. Rick Rodriguez - Islamorada

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