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Fishing report from Walleyes Inc for the Florida Key's last update November 5, 2014

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As far as the offshore is concerned it is all about the Blackfin Tuna.  The Tuna are biting on the Islamorada and 409 humps.  Most charters are running offshore to either hump and dragging feathers for Tuna.  The 409 Hump has been producing better this week.  The Tuna are feeding in the up welling of water produced when the offshore current runs into the seamount.  There have been some fair to good catches of Dolphin as captains are always keeping their eyes peeled for birds working or debris floating which holds Dolphin. 
The Yellowtail Snapper action is still very good and many Captains are Snapper fishing for a while then cast netting Ballyhoo and going out beyond the reef and live baiting for Sailfish or King Mackerel.  The Sailfish have shown up and are being caught, although there are not too many fishing them at this time.  Sailfish that were caught and released were found up in the Little Conch Reef area in 120 feet of water. Captain Paul Johnson has been finding Kingfish and baiting them up on 20 pound spin gear.  The King’s range in size from snakes in the 5 to 7 pound range up to some good smokers of twenty pounds and more.
Gulf and Bay:
Well, the Spanish Mackerel have made a showing in the Gulf and are providing lots of action. Captain Fred out of Whale Harbor Marina had a good day on the Spanish catching thirty or more and keeping three for eating.  The Spanish Mackerel are responding to chum and hitting jigs tipped with Shrimp. There have been some Tripletail sighted and caught and that is nice to hear as the Tripletail have been off the past few seasons.  On the wrecks and live bottom areas look for Cobia and Permit.  Both species can be seen and cast to as the Cobia like to surface and lay on the top on a slack tide.  The Permit can be seen cruising and if the sun hits them just right they look like a big dull yellow mirror in the water.
Flats, Backcountry and Flamingo:
Captain Dave “Big D” Atkinson had a Bonefish trip and did Ok catching two Bonefish in the 6 to 8 pound range.  The Snook bite is red hot in the Flamingo area.  The Snook are being caught on the falling tide in the channels and on the high water around the islands or shoreline.  There are a few Redfish mixed in with the Snook catches.  Shrimp are in good supply at area bait shops and catching Pinfish is quite easy and that is all that is needed for a day in the Flamingo or Cape Sable area.

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