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Fishing report from Walleyes Inc for the Florida Key's last update August 19, 2015
Florida Keys Fishing Report
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This past week charter captains and small boaters alike just did not know how far they would have to go to find Dolphin.  The Miller Time fished their way out 28 miles and it paid off as they found a raft that had no human inhabitants, but was swarming with Dolphin.  They boated 15 Dolphin, most of which were gaffers with one over twenty pounds.  Captain Paul on the Reef Runner put it best saying, “It is good one day at 15 to 17 miles and the next day you are high hook with a dozen fish”.  The wind has been light for the most part, but there have been lots of thunderstorms to deal with.
The one “relief valve” is to get to the reef early and anchor on your favorite yellowtail spot and have you way with the Snapper.  But, there is a wrench in the works, namely Sharks.  The report is the yellowtail Snapper action is real good, but there are Bull Sharks that eat many of the Snapper that are hooked up.  So, hey bring a heavy rod rigged with wire and bait up a shark and have some fun with a big pull.  One option to get your Snapper fix is to fish shallow in darkness.  Get out in the evening and anchor in front of a nice rocky patch in 20 feet of water.  Put the chum bag over and using 12# spinning gear free line Shrimp or strips of fresh Ballyhoo back with the current.  The party should be attended by Yellowtail, Mangrove and Mutton Snapper with the distinct possibility of a Grouper with the action picking up as the sun goes down.
Gulf and Bay:
The wide open areas of the Gulf and Florida Bay seem to be getting little attention from anglers these days.  The fact is there should be great action to be had with a variety of species.  Look for the rod benders such as Mangrove Snapper, Seatrout, Jacks and Ladyfish to inhale a jig in the chum slick.  There is a great population of Tarpon along the Yacht Channel frequenting the banks and feeding in the channels.   For an adventure with the possibility of dramatic results, load up on crabs and pinfish and run the yacht Channel and toss baits up against the markers with the possibility of Permit, Cobia, Snapper and more.
Flats, Backcountry and Flamingo:
There was some great action in the Flamingo area this past week.  Captain Fred out of Whale Harbor Marina in Islamorada called one great report.  Fred tells o good action in the channel that drains Snake Bight, just east of the Flamingo mainland area.   The falling tide gave up some nice Snook and Trout and when the tide began to flood the channel was showing Tarpon everywhere.  Fred said they tossed Pinfish at the Tarpon, but were refused until the baits hit the bottom and they had a great bite on the Redfish.  The story is that they got lots of Reds and they were large in size.


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