ood stuff happening down here in Key West. We are between seasons here. On the warmer days we catch Sailfish, blackfin tuna and Mahi Mahi. On the cooler days it’s mackerel , kingfish, sailfish and Wahoo. As you can see when the weather is in between like it was today, we have a chance of catching all of it. Let’s go dry a few off
Fishing report from Tony Y.
in Islamorada, Florida
Cero Mackerel, Yellowtail Snapper
We had some wind come in yesterday afternoon/today which clouded up the shallow patch reefs and made for some good fishing today. Water temp has dropped off to 78 degrees and we are starting to see a lot of our winter migratory fish!
Hey David! We had some wind come in yesterday afternoon/today which clouded up the shallow patch reefs and made for some good fishing today. Water temp has dropped off to 78 degrees and we are starting to see a lot of our winter migratory fish!
Cero Mackerel, Lane Snapper, Mangrove Snapper, Spanish Mackerel
Cero and Spanish mackerel bite has been great on the reef and in the nearshore channels.
Mangrove and yellow tail bite has stayed consistent.
Lane snapper have been on fire but FWC apparently knows that and have put an emergency closure on lane snapper in state gulf water. This is not updated/ reflected on fish rules app. So there has been a lot of confusion and frustration surround the species and legalities.
Offshore there are still a few mahi being caught, wahoo bite is great, or just more guys targeting/ posting them. Tuna (blackfin) have started showing up.
Live bait is plentiful on the beaches and lots of guys throwing the net. Sabikis on markers have also been filling the livewell.
Fishing report from Jonathan K.
in Fort Pierce, Florida