Fishing Report for July 29

photoToday was another great day of Mahi Mahi fishing! They were a little closer inshore today and there were plenty of them. We caught our limit of 20. Then we tried to catch some Yellowtail Snappers on the way home, but the current was into the wind and they weren’t biting. Waves were 1 to2 feet with wind out of the Southeast at 10 knots and water was 84 degrees. #fearlessfishing #captjoehendrix #budnmarysmarina #offshorefishing #fishing #florida #floridakeys #islamorada

Check this out….

CubanHighFlyerWe find these every now and then. They are called Cuban High Flyers and the Cubans use them to catch fish like Swordfish.

Fishing Report for July 27

Today was a great day! We caught and released a bunch of Mahi Mahi on the fly rod. Here is video of a double header on the fly rods! The Mahi have been a little far offshore, but it is worth it once you get out there lately. There was very little wind this morning, but it did pick up a little out of the South later on. Waves were calm and then picked up to around 2 feet.

Fishing Report for July 26

photoHere are Jack and Alex with some Blackfin Tunas. We fished the Hump in the morning to catch them and then came to the Reef in the afternoon where we caught some Yellowtail Snappers and a Cero Mackerel. Wind was out of the West at around 5 and the seas were 1 to 2 feet. Water temperatures was 84 degrees.

Fishing Report for July 21

Today I got to fish with a childhood friend Brian Gordon and his wife Stacy. We found a few pieces of bamboo floating that were holding Mahi Mahi. We caught a bunch and were able to catch one around 18lbs.! The waves were 1 to 3 feet with the wind out of the Southeast. Water was 84 again today in the Gulfstream.

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