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

Fishing Forecast March 2014 Marathon Florida Keys l SeaSquared Charters

Transition time March is a month of transition when we shift our focus away from our wintertime visitors to concentrate on our year-round residents, snapper in particular. Yellowtail, mutton and mangrove snapper are all readily available on the reef.  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

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

Excellent, kid-friendly trip!

“Thanks for taking us fishing, Dad!” When it comes to family fishing on the SeaSquared, it’s all about the kids. And, these kids had a blast.  We think Dad did too! Soooo close.  Red grouper 1/8″ too short.  SeaSquared respects … Read More

Lots of saltwater fun for family from Colorado

First time to the Keys!  First time ocean fishing! The Wieskamp family spends lots of time playing on lakes back home in Colorado, and Eli does his share of fly fishing.  But, as Denise said, there’s a lot more fishing … Read More

Marathon Florida Keys Fishing Forecast for October 2012

October is a time of transition throughout the country, and Marathon is no exception.  Cooling temperatures, falling leaves, pumpkin harvests, deer and turkey hunting. Gone are the days of 90-plus degrees – that’s air and water temps – in Marathon, … Read More

A second limit of mangroves in the Bay

Today’s good snapper fishing continued for the Stein family. We had a limit with the Williams group this morning, so we were very glad to see there were still plenty left for the Steins. They originally thought they wanted to … Read More

Limit of mangroves in the Bay

Nice catch for the Williams crew! With just enough wind to make it uncomfortable on the reef, we spent the morning fishing in Florida Bay. That’s part of what is so awesome about fishing out of Marathon.  We have both … Read More

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