Offshore Fishing Report

Greetings from World Wide Sportsman in Islamorada, Florida. We have had an early transition from winter to spring. Winter sailfish and king mackerel have started to move out of our area.  In February, air temperatures reaching the mid-eighties has warmed the offshore waters bringing early catches of Dolphin. Looking for debris and "weed lines" has been the most productive technique for catching them during the early season. As the water gets warmer we will see an increase in migrating dolphin. We have started to see better numbers of blackfin tuna, which will continue to improve in size and numbers through March and April. Along the reef the yellowtail, mutton and mangrove snapper bite has been very good. The  warming waters will bring early migrations of fish of all species and serve to extend our spring and summer seasons. We have all the tackle and clothing you need for your adventures on the water here in the Sportfishing Capital of the World, Islamorada, Florida.

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