Fishing Forecast February 2014 for Marathon Florida Keys

Welcome wintertime visitors! As opposed to the past couple of years, 2014 has brought us a series of much-needed cold fronts, which have caused a drop in water temps to the low- to mid-70’s. These are ideal conditions for our … Read More

Marathon Florida Keys Fishing Forecast January 2014

  It’s time to work off the holiday pounds, and there are plenty of great winter fishing options in Marathon to give you a good work-out!   Big game options   Sailfish reign supreme at the reef edge off Marathon … Read More

Marathon Florida Keys Fishing Forecast December 2013

  It’s holiday sail time!   Yes, folks, it’s that time of year when the sailfish are making merry on the reef, gobbling ballyhoo with abandon.   And their friends – king mackerel, dolphin and blackfin tuna – are joining … Read More

Marathon Florida Keys Fishing Forecast November 2013

Fishing in Marathon during November is a lot like a Thanksgiving table.  So much to choose, so little time and everything looks good!   With cooling temperatures, our migratory species all begin to appear heavy on the heels of the … Read More

Marathon Florida Keys Fishing Forecast for October 2013

October is the time of year most of the country thinks of leaf-peeping and pumpkins.  But, it’s our last month of summer here in the Keys! Snappers galore Snapper fishing was off the chain in August and September, and I’m … Read More

Trickle of dolphin, lots of snapper and sharks, sharks, sharks! Marathon Florida Keys Fishing Report Sep 25, 2013

Offshore We’re starting to see a trickle of dolphin offshore under birds and floating debris.  Schoolies mostly right now, but we’ll have larger fish and more consistent catches in the coming weeks as the dolphin make their move south. Out … Read More

Best action is snapper fishing – Marathon Florida Keys Fishing Report, Sep 11, 2013

Reef and wrecks If you’re looking for great action with lots of good-eating fish, head to the reef.  Yellowtail, mangrove and mutton snappers are biting furiously. The most consistent action for larger, 18- to 20-inch yellowtails is on the deeper … Read More

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