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Fishing report from Walleyes Inc for the Florida Key's last update July 8, 2015
Florida Keys Fishing Report week of 6/22/15
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Offshore:
This week’s blue water angling is pretty much a carbon copy of last week.  There are Dolphin being caught from just beyond the reef edge way out to over 25 miles.  The 20 to 25 mile mark is as far as most captains want to go and it is necessary to make that run as the better fish are pretty far out.  There are still lots of “shaker” size Dolphin out there and you just have to check every pack of birds to see what age class of fish are being shadowed by the birds.  One would be well advised to keep bait ready to throw to Dolphin, as they are not hitting trolled lures much these days.  Take a dozen fresh Ballyhoo to toss and if you have a live well, invest in a dozen Pinfish as sometimes they will not eat dead bait. 
Reefs:
When most charter captains get a half day trip, they know that does not allow enough time to go Dolphin fishing.  So, it is all about the reef in that case.  There is a good Snapper bite going on at this time.  Anchoring and fishing in 60 to 80 feet of water and chumming heavy will produce Yellowtail Snapper.  Captain Dave on the Miller Time had a load of Yellowtail Snapper on a half day last week.  For those who like bottom fishing, the Mutton Snapper are cooperating nicely.  Fish the bridge rubble just off the reef in 94 to 106 feet of water.  Drop a small Ballyhoo plug or live Pinfish to the bottom and look for Mutton or Mangrove Snapper or Grouper to oblige.
Gulf and Bay:
The open areas of Florida Bay and the near gulf will provide great action on Sea Trout, Ladyfish, Jack Crevalle and Mangrove Snapper.  Many sharks prowl the same area so keep a wire rig available if a Shark is what you want.  Where the bay meets the gulf there are shallow banks and channels that drain water from flats to gulf.  These areas hold Tarpon.  Fish a dead bait on the bottom or live Mullet or ladyfish under a float if you want to tangle with the Silver King.
Flats, Backcountry and Flamingo:
In the Flamingo area the Snook and Redfish action is for the most part very good.   Carry Shrimp and Pinfish to bait these guys.  Captain Lou Brubaker fished Flamingo last week and got into the Snook nicely as they ate Pinfish.  Around Islamorada the Tarpon bite is still good.  Either morning or evening fishing, staying away from the bright sun of the mid day is the time frame.  Again, Dead bait usually in the evening or live Mullet or crab fished under a float.  Look for Permit in all of the channels and even on the Oceanside coral heads in 10 to 18 feet of water.  Permit eat crabs exclusively.  
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