February Fishing Forecast

The waters off Marathon offer ample opportunities for a wide variety of fishing during February. With all our wintertime visitors firmly established plus the presence of our resident reef fish, there’s an abundance of species to fish for no matter … Read More

Marathon Florida Keys Monthly Fishing Forecast – February 2016

While our friends up north are scraping ice from their windshields, we’re scooping it into our tropical cocktails and shoveling it into coolers full of fish. The waters off Marathon offer ample opportunities for a wide variety of fishing during … Read More

Weekly Fishing Report Marathon Florida Keys Jan 26 2016

This past week, the fishing most definitely benefitted from the cooler weather pattern. The rainy, windy conditions may have keep some at the dock, but those who ventured out in search of sailfish were rewarded for their efforts, as the … Read More

Weekly Fishing Report Marathon Florida Keys

As we settle into a much cooler weather pattern, memories of an 85-degree Christmas seem more distant than a mere three weeks. We’re also dealing with persistent high winds. Oceanside, the cooling water temps benefit our wintertime pelagic species, such … Read More

Weekly Fishing Report Marathon Florida Keys

We’re settling into our winter weather pattern, which bodes well for the fishing. The sailfish activity is definitely picking up. As is typical for January, the majority of the sails are being caught in 130 to 200 feet of water. … Read More

Fishing Report Florida Keys Nov 12 2014: Stay on the reef to fill the cooler

This week, there’s no need to leave the reef to fill your cooler.  Fishing in Marathon Florida Keys is outstanding right now. Dolphin and tuna fishing Even the dolphin bite has been better on the reef than out in the … Read More

Got wasabi? Marathon Florida Keys Fishing Report March 12 2014 | Capt Chris Johnson | SeaSquared Charters

Got wasabi?  Offshore, the best bite right now is blackfin tuna. In the Middle and Upper Keys, blackfins are being caught via trolling, live baiting and butterfly jigging at the humps.  In the Lower Keys and Key West, they’re found … Read More

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