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Islamorada Fishing Weekly Report & Fo...

by Ryan Gruenholz on 12/17/2014 - 04:34 pm
Category: Fishing Report and Forecast

Hello everyone, and welcome back to this week’s report!  This week has been sort of weird as the ocean is creating a perfect condition for Sailfishing, with smoking current to the NE and clean blue water.   It is the recipe we look for when targeting these guys, but they seem to be lacking in the quantity that we normally see this time of year.  There have been a few caught here and there, but nothing like what we normally see.  There are fish above us, and it is obvious that there is a gap in the fish, or they are pushing out deeper, but it is definitely a little strange….more like irritating!  It will pass, and everything will get back to normal very s ...

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Islamorada Fishing Weekly Report & Fo...

by Ryan Gruenholz on 12/17/2014 - 04:28 pm
Category: Fishing Report and Forecast

Snappers are definitely starting to become lethargic with the cooler water temperatures.  I would suspect with the chill off this week, they are really going to get lock jaw.  The wind is supposed to calm down for the weekend, so it should be beautiful!  It will be a little cool, but should be really nice offshore.  If I were going to fish the reef, I would focus on the shallow 20 to 25 foot patches and target Muttons, Groupers, Mangroves, Porgies, and Cero Mackerels.  This will be your best bet for great table fare.  If you want to try your luck on the offshore side, The Sails and Kings should be abiding by the rules, so it should work out for everyone. 
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by Ryan Gruenholz on 12/04/2014 - 12:22 am
Category: Fishing Report and Forecast

The fishing this week has been pretty good, but a bit windy to say the least.  We had a couple days of good Sailfishing, and there have been some Dolphin and Tunas around to keep the bite going.  The best of the Sailfishing has been on current edges, not unusual, but very defined areas where the weed has been lined up well.  If you can find a nice edge, you will get some bites.  The Gulfstream current was in really close for a few days creating some great conditions.  We would like to see the water clean up a bit, but we will take what we can get.  The reef remains pretty solid even after the water temperatures dropped to the low 70’s.  The Yellowtail ...

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Islamorada Fishing Report & Forecast ...

by Ryan Gruenholz on 12/04/2014 - 12:21 am
Category: Fishing Report and Forecast

Fishing has been great this past week, as the weather had calmed a bit, and the fish were chewing!  We had some really great trips catching lots of Mutton Snappers and some really nice Groupers on the wrecks, as well as some Yellowtail Snappers and Mackerels on the reef!  In addition, we even caught a couple Sailfish, Tunas, and some Mahi-Mahi.  It was a lot of fun for all of us, and made some great new friends!  The weather is changing this week, as the front has just pushed through and the temperatures are dropping quickly.  This is going to “mix” it up a bit, but should be the recipe for some great fishing to come.  The wind is going to be blowing ...

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Weekly Islamorada Fishing Forecast an...

by Ryan Gruenholz on 11/21/2014 - 01:02 am
Category: Fishing Report and Forecast

Hello everyone and welcome back to this week’s forecast.  As most of you know, the front has come through and the winds have picked up.  Temperatures all over the United States have plummeted to historical lows, and record snowfall amounts.  It’s and early winter, and it is a good thing…..for us at least!  The further south the Jet stream gets pushed down from the Canadian arctic air, the cooler the temperatures get to the south.  What does this mean for us down here in South Florida?  It means the fish are forced to migrate south that much faster as they follow the bait and falling temperatures.  In plain, this means the fish show up ear ...

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Islamorada Fishing Report 11/14/14

by Ryan Gruenholz on 11/14/2014 - 08:00 am
Category: Fishing Report and Forecast

Welcome back to this week’s report!  The fun continues on as the Sails continue to move in better each day.  The cold fronts that have been coming through in the North have definitely made an impact on the migration of the fish, as the numbers are increasing daily.  The same for the rest of the Pelagics, as the Kings are doing exactly the same.  Most of the known wrecks are holding Kings, and the Sails are congregating from the reef line out to around 200 feet.  Small edges have been the best indicators of where they are, so line up on one of these edges and put out your baits and you should get some shots.  The majority of the fleet has been hanging out o ...

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Islamorada and Key Largo Fishing Fore...

by Ryan Gruenholz on 11/06/2014 - 08:01 am
Category: Fishing Report and Forecast

We're back again with this weekend's forecast!  What a crazy week we have had here in the upper keys!  The fishing has been incredible with a bunch of different species, and it almost feels like spring fishing with so much to choose from.  Everything for the most part has moved in really close this past week, Dolphin, Tunas, Sails, Wahoo, and Kings all inside of 250 feet.  Even had a report of a few Blue Fin Tunas that were making way in 40 feet of water.  That is a REALLY cool sight if you have never seen those guys….wow…are they big!   It makes it really nice when you don’t have to run all over the place to find what you need.  Th ...

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Islamorada Fishing Weekend Forecast 1...

by Ryan Gruenholz on 10/30/2014 - 02:55 pm
Category: Fishing Report and Forecast

Hello everyone, and welcome back to this week’s report!  Winter is quickly approaching, and the fish are sensing thechange and moving down with the temperature changes and the bait.  Sails, Kings, and Wahoo were all on the menu this past week, and you can officially say that the winter-time pelagic are here, or at least well on their way. Not a ton of shots per day just yet at the Sails, but if you put your time in you will surely get a couple.  These odds increase every day as well, soit is only going to get better as it gets colder above us.  The Kings and Wahoo’s are here, as well as a lot of the offshore Tunas are moving into the deep edge of the reef ...

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Islamorada Fishing Forecast & Report ...

by Ryan Gruenholz on 10/24/2014 - 10:13 am
Category: Fishing Report and Forecast

Anyone but me tired of hearing about wind and rain in theForecast?  I hate to complain, but come on!  It is October, and wehave a cool front on the way, but what is this tropical stuff?  At onepoint today, the talk was 50 MPH winds?  Now,  I am not sure what isgoing to happen but rest assured I can tell you the fishing has been greatoutside of the rain and thunderstorms we have been having.  October is innormal fashion with the Mahi,Tuna, and Swordfish rounding out the majority of theoffshore scene.  This has all rang true this past week, and is slowlycoming to an end.  This will generally remain until the first real “coolfront” comes throu ...

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Islamorada Fishing Report & Forecast ...

by Ryan Gruenholz on 10/16/2014 - 11:58 pm
Category: Fishing Report and Forecast

Hello everyone, and welcome back to this week’s report!  It has been a windy one down here this past week, but it would appear that the weather is supposed to get nice for the weekend!  That is great news with all the rain and wind, plus the tropical activity that seems to keep turning into the Atlantic.  We have been very fortunate this season, so we are appreciative of that.  As for the Fishing, it remains solid and is shaping up to be a great transition into winter.  Starting with the Swordfishing, only a couple boats made it out last week with both boats catching Swordfish up to 125 pounds.  The seas were rough, but the guys toughed it out and brought ...

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