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Fishing report from Walleyes Inc for the Florida Key's last update September 20, 2015

Florida Keys Fishing Report
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Depending on who you talk to, Dolphin fishing is either non existent or sensational. The breezes have been onshore, which is a plus when prowling for Dolphin. According to captain Butch on the Sassy Lady out of Post Card Inn, the Mahi are being found from 18 to over 20 miles. As always. Captain Butch says the fish are either under birds or on debris. As for the black fin Tuna, the Hump has been very good, giving up small Tuna via trolled feathers and for those who have live Pilchards in the well Black fin Tuna in the twenties in weight are the result.
We are still in summer mode on the reef, so it is all about the Yellowtail Snapper. There may certainly be Mutton and Mangrove Snapper in the mix and perhaps even Cero Mackerel will inhale the free lined Yellowtail baits. Look for some King Mackerel to come into play just outside the reef in 120 plus feet of water. Try a drift with a chum bag overboard and get creative fishing from surface to deep for a variety of volunteers.
Gulf and Bay:
This region offers great rewards with rather low tech methods. The lush bountiful grass bottom in the open bay and near gulf hold loads of bait and a plethora of species live and forage in the second area for obvious reasons. Look for Snapper, Trout, Jacks, Ladyfish, pompano and more to hit a jig bounced long the bottom. Tarpon still maintain a great presence and will be found in good numbers up on the banks and in channels and feed best on the last of the falling tide.
Flats, Backcountry and Flamingo:
It is worthwhile to fish the channels and potholes in the Flamingo area for Snook and Redfish. Take Shrimp, but also Pinfish for best results. Florida Bay is loaded with Pinfish, so either hair hook them or get a pinfish trap or two and you are "in like Flynn"
Fish your baits either under a float or sink the with a troll rite. If you have some patience try for Tarpon in the in channel in Flamingo or any channel in the Islamorada area. There are plenty of Tarpon around ad they flourish in this hot water.


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