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Fishing report from Walleyes Inc for the Florida Key's last update June 2, 2015

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Bluewater catches have been very good this past week.  Dolphin have of course been the primary target of offshore anglers.  The Mahi have been caught from 10 to 20 miles in depths from 450 to 1000 feet of water.  The current has been mild, so no rip edges were apparent and there have been relatively few birds to give away the Dolphin location.  The fish have been found in and around Sargasso grass.  There is scattered grass and patches of the bright yellow weed that the fish have been feeding under with the occasional light weed in lines.  There are lots of big silver blue Flying Fish and also those inch long “spider” flying fish that are the same color as the grass.  We are pretty much in Dolphin Valhalla right now with lots of nice size gaffer Dolphin and plenty of school Mahi from 5 to 8 pounds available.  To make the whole situation even better the strong wind has abated and the seas are nice and calm, after all it is June.
Charter Captains are fishing the reef on half day bookings.  Yellowtail Snapper are biting real well in all the favorite reef spots in the 70 foot depth.  While free lining for the Yellowtail Snapper there are some Mangrove and Mutton Snapper being caught as well.  Captain Paul on the Reef Runner fished Cigar Minnows deep outside the reef and got into some King mackerel and had one Mutton of about 12 pounds.  Captain Don Reichert on his 27 foot center console has done some Grouper fishing and boated a couple of Gag Grouper at 17 and 23 pounds while loosing a couple to the live bottom too.
Gulf and Bay:
The Seatrout and Mangrove Snapper are in good supply out to the west around Sandy Key.  The method is to drift the smoky water and bounce jigs through the lush Turtle Grass.  Most guys are using Berkley Gulp baits on the jig, as they have better staying power than live Shrimp.  Once in a while there are packs of Ladyfish that add to the excitement and even occasionally Bluefish that race in and whack your jig.  In the Gulf there are some wrecks and also areas of live bottom, like a miniature reef, that hold good fish.  The varieties on these spots are Snapper and Grouper with the odd Cobia and even Spanish mackerel.
Flats, Backcountry and Flamingo:
The good news is the Snook bite is pretty good.  The season is closed, but guides are catching Snook using Shrimp or Pinfish mostly around islands and along deeper shoreline areas.  There are some Redfish and Black Drum in the same spots too.  As for the Trout, they are scattered all over the Flamingo area.  The Silver King aka Tarpon are in the island channels and sidling up next to Permit on the feed.  Dead bait or live Mullet is a popular way to get a Tarpon bite, but fish a live Crab for the possibility of not only Tarpon, but Permit too.
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