Here’s our newest Islamorada Fishing Report.
Currently in Islamorada fishing conditions are changing daily right. The spring weather is moving our winds around and changing fishing patterns on our our offshore charter trips. The reef and wrecks have had some Amberjacks and a few big Black Fin Tunas. The bottom fishing on the reef has had a good yellowtail bite and some big mutton with one reported in the 20 lb range. The Cobias were biting about 4 days ago also, but as the winds shift more to the south east it will slow down that Cobias bite. The Mahi have been showing up the last few days with some schoolies and a few bigger bulls being caught. The Islamorada Hump has had some smaller Black Fin Tunas. There has been some debris found offshore in Islamorada and it was load up with Wahoo’s yesterday. Warmer weather in the Florida Keys will continue to improve Dolphin fishing on our charter fishing trip in Islamorada.
Here’s a link from the previous Fishing Report we had.