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Yabba Dabba Doo Charters

by Steve Leopold in Large Sportfishing Charters

The Yabba is a 43 foot air-conditioned sportfisherman. She is a fast, very clean, well maintained charterboat with all the finest tackle available. Capt. Steve Leopold has been a full time charterboat captain in Islamorada for 21 years.

phone: view phone(305) 393-9955

Website: offshoreislamorada.com

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Islamorada Charter Fishing Guide: On ...

by Ryan Gruenholz on 05/07/2015 - 02:41 am
Category: Info Articles

Are you planning an Islamorada charter fishing trip? Make sure that you have a complete tackle box,
so you can be prepared to catch any type of fish. Here’s a short checklist:
Hook Lengths - A 20lb or 40lb Amnesia spool would be fine. It prevents tangles better than
mono, and is not too expensive to boot. The 40lb can also be used as a rubbing leader.

Hooks – Mustad Vikings are recommended for any standard fishing trip.

Booms – Simple plastic running booms about 10 to 12 inches long is enough for most

Swivels – Have a packet of good snap with a 70 pound breaking strain, or interlock swivels.
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Choosing Islamorada Fishing Charters ...

by Ryan Gruenholz on 05/07/2015 - 12:42 am
Category: Info Articles

Why take a trip to Islamorada? To go fishing, of course.

Well, there are many other things that you can do in this beautiful destination. Visit Florida highlights a number of fun activities that this place offers, including exploring mangrove hammocks, shipwrecks, and trails; watching a dolphin show; visiting historical museums; listening to a live musical performance; and having a picnic by the beach.

Still, this incorporated village in the Monroe County of Florida won’t be called the “Sports Fishing Capital of the World” without a reason. With the many topnotch Islamorada fishing charters, it is easy to get on a boat and go fish in some of the most abundan ...

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Booking an Islamorada Fishing Charter...

by Ryan Gruenholz on 05/07/2015 - 02:28 am
Category: Info Articles

Among the fishes that are worth casting out lines for, tarpons tend to have a mixed bag of results among novice or pro anglers. Still, they can be worth going for if you feel the need to go out on a memorable Islamorada fishing charter this year. Fair warning, though – Fly Life Magazine contributor David Olson said that the fish known by the scientific name Megalops atlanticus is notorious for pushing fishermen past their normal limits.

The Florida Keys open up for the peak season for tarpon fishing during the second quarter of the year, as the fish migrate to the west. Getting ready for a serious challenge at the gunwales can be a bit easier when your charter is arranged through ...

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Your Islamorada Fishing Trip: Fish Va...

by Ryan Gruenholz on 05/07/2015 - 12:30 am
Category: Industry News

If you want to get into fishing, then you can’t go wrong with an Islamorada fishing trip. After all, Islamorada is considered the “Sports Fishing Capital of the World”. Don’t let the “sports” part intimidate you. While that may seem to imply that the place is only for the pros, Islamorada actually offers a nice fishing experience even for novices. Local guides give advice to fishers of all skill levels about baits and other fishing practices in specific areas.

What Can You Catch?
Online news site KeysInfoNet reported in April that tarpon was the main focus at the time. In another news report from the site, dolphin bite was also consistent during the la ...

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