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Fishing report from Walleyes Inc for the Florida Key's last update June 30, 2014

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Florida Keys Fishing Report week of 6/9/14
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Dolphin catches remain very good with mostly school size fish ranging in size from legal to 6 or 8 pounds.  Captain Don on the Kay K IV had a nice box of Dolphin on Wednesday and was trolling his way back to the dock.  In about 400 feet of water something ate a lure on the outrigger providing one last thrill for the anglers.  It became obvious that it was a billfish and recognized as a Spearfish and was released at boat side.  Captain Lou Brubaker left the dock at six am one slick calm morning and ran his 21 foot center console boat out over twenty miles.  At days end there were 24 Mahi in the fish box consisting of school size fish from 4 to 8 pounds. 
Captain Paul Johnson on the Reef Runner fished the reef one day last week and with the live well full of Cigar Minnows and Ballyhoo proceeded to get into some nice King Mackerel and Mutton Snapper on a half day.  Otherwise on the reef in 60 to 70 feet of water the Yellowtail Snapper are a good bet.  Chumming and drifting baits on 12 pound spin gear is the accepted method for success on the Yellowtail Snapper.   Reports tell us that there are still Permit on the wrecks and casting a crab on a 20 pound spinning rod towards the school of Permit can provide a scary and thrilling fight.
Gulf and Bay:
Early in the week the bite slowed down on the Trout and Snapper out in the western regions of Florida bay.  The water was clear and the tide was down.  Late week conditions changed and the action was nothing less than sensational.  Great catches of big Sea Trout and nice Mangrove Snapper was the standard report from any guide fishing the area.  One Captain reported that after filleting a 22 inch Trout he examined the stomach contents and found that the Trout had eaten what appeared to be a juvenile Goliath Grouper about 5 inches long. 
Flats, Backcountry and Flamingo:
Several guides reported great results up on the flats in the Flamingo area.   Poling the boat up into the skinny water and casting Shrimp at wakes, tails or into potholes was the way to get the Redfish bite.  There are plenty of Tarpon available in the Flamingo area and all the way out to Cape Sable.   In Islamorada area channels the Tarpon are in good supply too.  Captain John Gargan caught five in one evening last week by baiting the fish with Dolphin bellies.  Captain John said the fish ranged from 70 to over one hundred pounds. 
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