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Fishing Reports by Capt. Rick Rodriguez

2:44 PM

Mahi are here - To was the first day this year we saw school after school of Mahi. It was easy fishing with cut bait. We released 30 Mahi after we kept 25. So many fish and a lot of fun! more...
Capt. Rick Rodriguez - Islamorada

6:20 PM

Mahi amberjack and tunas - Mixed bag of fish lately. Mahi have been a challenge to consistently catch. Everyday has been different in regards to quantity and quality. Covering a lot of water looking for fish seems to have been the solution . At the hump tunas and amberjack h more...
Capt. Rick Rodriguez - Islamorada

6:07 PM

Mahi Mahi - Today some Mahi were found in 400 feet of water . We had this area all to our selves. Most of the fleet passed by the current edge in search for fish in deeper water. We ended up with a beautiful rack of Mahi and two over 25 pounds. more...
Capt. Rick Rodriguez - Islamorada

7:10 PM

Mahi - We have been catching Mahi 20 miles out and on some day much closer. Everyday the distance changes; however the fish coming through the Islamorada area. more...
Capt. Rick Rodriguez - Islamorada

3:37 PM

Sea horse off shore report - More Mahi now in the area. Most of the charter boats are catching them regularly. Some billfish have been have been caugh lately. Be prepared for bites during the up coming weeks. Yellow tail snappers are still spawning and are biting like crazy i more...
Capt. Rick Rodriguez - Islamorada

7:42 PM

Islamorada Sea Horse Sport Fishing - Mani, Tunas, billfish, and yellow tail snappers. Fishing has been challenging for several days. Catching Mahi on some days has been almost impossible. Then again some days are awesome with lots of schoolies and big fish. Everyday is different, don more...
Capt. Rick Rodriguez - Islamorada

5:45 PM

Mahi tunas and yellow tail snappers - Mahi Mahi off shore, black fin tunas at the hump and yellow tail snapper on the edge of the reef. Lots of great fishing of the coast of Islamorada . more...
Capt. Rick Rodriguez - Islamorada

3:38 PM

Mahi report - Lately the wind has blown around 15 knots everyday causing the waves to perk up a bit. The good news is everyday the Mahi fishing has improved. A few boats went out today and caught nice size mahi's and Wahoos. Frigate birds, turtles, weed lines and more...
Capt. Rick Rodriguez - Islamorada

5:13 PM

Islamorada Sea Horse report - Yellow tail snapper on the edge of the reef are biting . Plent of yellow tail for evreryone I 100 to 50 feet of water. Off shore black fin tunas and Mahi are showing up in bigger numbers everyday. Deep drop fishing is still very good for snowy gro more...
Capt. Rick Rodriguez - Islamorada

8:03 AM

Islamorada off shore on the Sea Horse - We have been catching skipjack tunas, black fin tunas and amberjack. Occasionally we have landed wahoo while looking for Mahi. Yellow tail snapper have been very cooperative along the edge of the deeper reefs. more...
Capt. Rick Rodriguez - Islamorada

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