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Fishing Report:   February 27, 2015

Captain Darin and mate Steve were busy today with back-to-back fishing charters off Ft. Lauderdale. Their anglers had great fun catching a giant greater hammerhead shark and some bonitos during the 8 12 pm morning trip. The shark action continued during the 1 5 pm afternoon trip as their second group of anglers caught a scalloped hammerhead shark. Some blackfin tunas and a nice mahi-mahi were also caught in the afternoon.

February 28

The last day of the month turned out to be an awesome fishing day as guest Jay chartered the Lady Pamela II for his daughter Katie’s 15th birthday. We started the eight hour deep-sea fishing trip with some kite fishing for sailfish but it started raining so we reeled them in and moved on to trolling. The rain never stopped but we caught three blackfin tunas, three bonitos, two mahi-mahi, and a kingfish on the troll.

There was plenty of fishing time left after several hours of trolling, so we moved the Lady Pamela II offshore for some shark fishing. We sat out there for four hours before we got the one big bite to put the icing on Katie’s birthday cake. That one hookup turned out to be a monster thresher shark in the 600 650 lb range. These threshers have massive tail fins that can be as long as the total body length. They use the long tail to stun prey, or to put up a great fight like this fish did when hooked. Nice catch gang!


Tight Lines,

ID: 7952
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Todays Date:03/01/2015
Date of Report: 2015-03-01
Fishing Report Title: Fort Lauderdale Sharks
State or Fishing Region: Florida- SE Regional Report
Charter Name: lady Pamela 2 Sportfishing
Boat Name: lady Pamela 2
Report By: Capt David Ide
Licenses, Associations:
Locale or Marina: lady Pamela Marina
Phone: 954 761 8045
Email: Email the angler or Capt.
Website: http://www.ladypamela2.com

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Fishing Report:   Saludos from the Island of Enchantment.

The February moon was very active with billfish specifically sails and small blue marlin. Check the you tube and Facebook go pro videos.The mix bag was mahi mahi, wahoo, king mackerel, black fin tuna and the mighty barracuda.

The full moon of March is in the fifth and already during the last week of February many reports of small blues attacking the spreads.

till next bite

Capt Luis Iglesias aka Church


ID: 7951


Todays Date:03/01/2015
Date of Report: 2015-02-27
Fishing Report Title: Puerto Rico Bill Wraps Fishing Report February 2015
State or Fishing Region: Puerto Rico Fishing Reports
Charter Name: Bill Wraps Fishing Charters PR
Boat Name: Bill Wraps
Report By: Capt Luis Iglesias AKA Church
Licenses, Associations: PRTC, DRN, USCG
Locale or Marina: Northeast Puerto Rico
Phone: 787-364-4216
Email: Email the angler or Capt.
Website: http://www.billwrapsfishingpr.com

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Fishing Report:   The bite has been very consistent in the north coast of Puerto Rico. Mahi mahi, billfish and some tuna are around near Dorado. Good size mahis has been caught on birds close to the drop off as well as blue marlin.
Inshore reef fishing has been very productive with mutton snappers, grouper, bar jacks and mackerel.
Wind has been affecting the ocean in the afternoon hours but mornings are calmer, giving the opportunity to fish half day


ID: 7950


Todays Date:03/01/2015
Date of Report: 2015-02-27
Fishing Report Title: Great fishing in Dorado, Puerto Rico
State or Fishing Region: Puerto Rico Fishing Reports
Charter Name: Puerto Rico Sportfishing Charters
Boat Name: Makaira
Report By: Capt. Luis
Licenses, Associations:
Locale or Marina: Dorado
Phone: 787-562-7969
Email: Email the angler or Capt.
Website: http://www.prsportfishing.com

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Fishing Report:   Cold fronts blast through our area, with a bang. The biggest front of the year by far brought wind rain and a brisk chill. Seas were up and the fishing never really slowed, anglers just kept pounding away and they were rewarded.

Inshore snook action is good around mangroves and muddy bottom areas. The cool fronts slowed the bite at times, as the sun rose over head the fish turned on. Snook are ranging in size from 2 to 15 pounds, willing to take live baits, artificial and flies. Deeper holes snook can be found schooling up, jigs worked on the bottom gets these lunkers excited.

Tarpon action continues in the backcountry, mangrove shorelines and holes are holding schooling fish. Live baits drifted with the tide provoke many strikes. Fly and doa jigs also entice the silver kings, with the negative tides we have had the fish are very active during first and last of the tides.

Jacks can be found cruising the seawalls and docks in search of mullet. These fish are aggressive, top water plugs entice these beast to strike.. The jacks are ranging from 5 to 30 pounds. Schoolie jacks can be found on grass flats chasing glass minnow schools.

Grass flats are holding plenty of jacks, bluefish, trout and ladyfish. Doa shrimp with a popping cork will get the job done. Anglers looking for explosive action top water plugs are a blast as fish blast the lure on the surface.

Freshwater action for bass has been very good,


ID: 7949
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Todays Date:03/01/2015
Date of Report: 2015-02-26
Fishing Report Title: Palm Beach / Jupiter salt and freshwater report
State or Fishing Region: Florida- SE Regional Report
Charter Name: Phlats Guide Services
Boat Name:
Report By: Capt. Craig Korczynski
Licenses, Associations:
Locale or Marina: Lake Worth Lagoon, Jupiter, Palm Beach Canals
Phone: 5616444371
Email: Email the angler or Capt.
Website: http://www.PhlatsInshoreFishing.com

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Fishing Report:   Kona Hawaii fishing report – February wrap-up.

Kona does it again!! First “Grander” marlin of the year. We usually do. I say usually because last year we were just 6 days late to being the first in the world but that rarely happens. We are THE blue marlin capital of the world. The 1058 pounder was caught by a 16 year old kid in just 30 minutes with the marlin coming in DOA, belly up at the boat. It happens more often than you would think. When a marlin gets hooked, they usually start jumping all over the place trying to shake the hook out. In most cases, they’re successful at spitting the hook out. Statistically, most marlin are able to shake the hook out before the angler can even get to the fighting chair. Of the ones that do stay on the line long enough to get an angler on the other end of the line, a fair number of those are lost too. Usually due to angler error but you can bet that this 16 year old angler didn’t make any mistakes. He’s the grandson of famous Kona fishing sports writer Jim Rizzuto and has been fishing since he was only two. He also worked as crew on a charter boat here in Kona for a summer at the ripe old age of 15. The crew of the Ihu Nui that hooked the grander is also one of the best in the world. Just a couple of months ago in my December report I mentioned that they landed a marlin just 4 pounds shy of the grander mark and this is now their 3rd career grander. The majority of career captains here won’t even catch one grander status


ID: 7948
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Todays Date:03/01/2015
Date of Report: 2015-02-25
Fishing Report Title: Kona Hawaii Fishing Report - Feb. wrap-up.
State or Fishing Region: Hawaii-Fishing-Reports
Charter Name:
Boat Name:
Report By: Capt. Jeff Rogers
Licenses, Associations:
Locale or Marina:
Phone:
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Website: http://FISHinKONA.com

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Fishing Report:   Fishing Fort Lauderdale on Happy Day Today with Capt. Zsak

Rahim Patel and Hans Mathiak, both from Michigan, and Scott Pozen, from Illinois, all from the banking industry and their first fishing expedition, chartered the Topshotfishing team to do some deep sea big game sport fishing in Fort Lauderdale, FL. Winds were out of the north, northeast at 17 mph, seas running 4-5 ft., temperatures in the mid 70’s.

Twenty minutes after leaving the dock, lines were in 170 ft. of water off the sea buoy in Fort Lauderdale. We put out two kites with two live Goggle Eyes from each kite and one live Goggle Eye from the rigger. As the bankers were discussing business, a black shadow appeared on the right short and his brother appeared on the left short – double header - hooked up!!!! The two Sailfish came out of the water showing their magnificent color and power as they tail-walked in different directions from the boat. Five minutes into the battle, one Sailfish pulled the hook so all eyes were on the other Sailfish. Scott was our angler and brought the Sailfish to the boat for picture taking and release. We reset again and the next fish was a Mahi Mahi from the right short kite which Rahim brought to the boat. We reset for the third time and I was thankful to see another black shadow appear on the left long – hooked up – the Sailfish came out of the water putting on a spectacular show – Hans was our angler and twenty minutes later he reeled in an 87”


ID: 7947
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Todays Date:03/01/2015
Date of Report: 2015-02-24
Fishing Report Title: Fishing Fort Lauderdale Happy Day Today
State or Fishing Region: Florida- SE Regional Report
Charter Name: www.topshotfishing.com
Boat Name: Happy Day Today
Report By: Capt. Zsak
Licenses, Associations:
Locale or Marina: Fort Lauderdale
Phone: 954-309-7457
Email: Email the angler or Capt.
Website: http://www.topshotfishing.com

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Fishing Report:   Honolulu Oahu Fishing Report: 2/23/15
Big blues are being caught. With a lot of bites and some good action behind the boat two blue Marlin over 500 lb. have been pulled to the boat in the past two days. Mahi-mahi are in the 30-40lb. for the bulls and 25-30lb. for the cows. The currents and trade winds are pushing along pretty good so the floating debris are being spotted often. For bate and great action for the kids the ever popular skipjack and yellowfin tuna are popping up occasionally. Over all and like I said before... Good times fishing in Hawaii!!


ID: 7946


Todays Date:03/01/2015
Date of Report: 2015-02-23
Fishing Report Title: Honolulu Oahu Fishing Report: 2/23/15
State or Fishing Region: Hawaii-Fishing-Reports
Charter Name: Oahu Charter Sportfishing
Boat Name:
Report By:
Licenses, Associations:
Locale or Marina: Kewao Basin
Phone: 808 2349426
Email: Email the angler or Capt.
Website: http://www.oahuchartersportfishing.com

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Fishing Report:   As we begin the third week of February we find ourselves once again experiencing erratic fishing. The colder air we were all hoping for and then happily greeted did push some Sailfish and Mahi into the area,we picked away at them, and now it has once again slowed. Rusty with a nice Sail in the picture and there was another for Lacy his wife. We have managed some of those Mahi-Mahi as they come through in small bunches as expected, but we wish there would be more. A few Kings and an occasional Wahoo. As it is in fishing lately we have had some good catches but plenty of struggles. Overall this has been a sub par February to this point. We are ready for tomorrow.

This last set of fronts brought plenty of wind and the fishing picked up. Cold mornings at least for here with temperatures below 50 on the beach. Now (today) the wind has left us alone finally. Really nice out, comfortable sea conditions, temps back @ 76 degrees this afternoon, and once again the fishing is tough.

Golden Tiles have been a bright spot and we will continue fishing them and pick at the Kings along the reef with that occasional Wahoo getting in the mix. Snappers, while biting, have been smallish. The Sails? Catch one, catch two, don\'t see the next one for two days. Who knows, but we are hoping for some more with or without the fronts. Jacks on the wrecks are getting a little larger but don\'t fish too large a bait as there continues to be a few Mutton


ID: 7945
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Todays Date:03/01/2015
Date of Report: 2015-02-22
Fishing Report Title: Ft Lauderdale fishing mid February
State or Fishing Region: Florida Fishing Reports
Charter Name: All-Inclusive Sport Fishing
Boat Name: Marlin My Darlin
Report By: Rick Brady
Licenses, Associations: Coast Guard
Locale or Marina: Bahia Mar
Phone: 954-761-8202
Email: Email the angler or Capt.
Website: http://www.all-inclusivesportfishing.com/

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Fishing Report:   Jc Sportfishing Weekly Fish Report.
As the Admiral Seas It
Fishing Report: 2/16/15 to 2/23/15
Stop By Our Office for up to Date Fishing Report.
Fishing Slow this Past Week!!!
Dorado Spotty!!!
Better Fishing Pacific Side 12 to 35 Miles!!!
Wahoo not Much!!!
Gearing up for Spring Breakers!!!
Sierra Slow Inshore!!!
2 Baja Shrimp Recipes Inside “Far Out”!!
HEADLINES: February 23, 2015
Jc Charges fish report editor with “tampering with evidence and spying” and vows revenge!! Jc the owner of Jc Sportfishing and the so called ‘King of Big Game Sportfishing in Cabo’ has done it again and this time he might have taken things a little too far? Calling me, the editor of the fish report ‘a Spy’ and told me I was trying to infiltrate his fishing kingdom and in his own words to me, Jc said, “I will ship you back to Southern Missouri to fish for Bullheads if I have to”. Ok Jc, prove Spying and tampering with evidence charges!!! Next week I will explain the charges Jc has levied against me!!! STAY TUNED?? For now lets get to the report!!

Jc Sportfishing Charters is a family owned and operated business and has been fishing in Cabo San Lucas for the past 18 years. Jerry, explains that his charter business is geared more for families and novice anglers, making sure everyone who charters a boat with him have a great time and lots of fun. We welcome families, and groups. We want everyone who fishes


ID: 7944
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Todays Date:03/01/2015
Date of Report: 2015-02-22
Fishing Report Title: Cabo San Lucas Fishing Report and Baja
State or Fishing Region: Mexico- Cabo San Lucas Fishing Report
Charter Name: Jc Sportfishing Charters
Boat Name: Bob Marlin and Bite Me
Report By: Jerry Chapman
Licenses, Associations:
Locale or Marina: Cabo San Lucas
Phone: 624 147 5821
Email: Email the angler or Capt.
Website: http://www.jcsportfishing.com

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Fishing Report:   Winter fishing patterns finally came to East Central Florida by late December into February 2015 with water temperatures dropping to mid even lower 50’s, crystal clear water on the flats of Mosquito Lagoon, beautiful dark green color in the deeper spots, schooling Redfish and Seatrout up shallow, with Sheepshead, Snapper, Seatrout and more in the deep holes. Water levels remain higher than normal for our chilly months after an unusually wet late fall and early winter. On colder days we search the flats for schooling Reds with sight fishing techniques, casting select size live shrimp, a winter time food of choice, live finger mullet will also catch them while holding back off the fish when they become skittish. Craig from Sanford, Florida brought his family to fish the flats with me on a chilly morning last week, targeting bigger fish we only caught a few but they were good ones, Redfish from 28” to 33” at 14 lbs, great battles on the 10 lb test spin tackle. Craig with the smallest 28” spot tail, photo showing the clear cold water in the foreground..................

Son McLean with one of the bigger ones which we caught at midday after a beautiful cold morning sun warmed the water up a degree or two and got the fish feeding better........................

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My Indian River backcountry fishing trips are always much fun with winter mixed bag catches targeting Seatrout, Sheepshead, Bluefish,


ID: 7943
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Todays Date:03/01/2015
Date of Report: 2015-02-21
Fishing Report Title: Mosquito Lagoon Guide Report DaytonaBeach NewSmyrna Redfish
State or Fishing Region: Florida Fishing Reports
Charter Name: Edgewater River Guide
Boat Name:
Report By: Capt Michael Savedow
Licenses, Associations:
Locale or Marina:
Phone: 386-689-3781
Email: Email the angler or Capt.
Website: http://EdgewaterRiverGuide.com

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Fishing Report:   The past week has offered cool fronts and cool temratures. With all this the fishing has continued to thrive as water temperatures drop. Back bays and canals have been the keys to success.

Snook are plentiful big fish along sea walls and docks. Low tide offers fantastic sight fishing for snook, live bait, artificial lures and fly all entice the linesiders to chew. Schooling fish are holding near drop offs and Grass flat edges, jigging doa 4 inch cal baits in glow and gold gets the drag screaming. Smaller snook are being caught near mangrove shorelines producing double digit numbers of catch for anglers.

The back bays and channels present anglers with plenty of silver king action. Tarpon are active sunrise and sunset, tarpon can be seen rolling on the surface. Live baits free lined or a top water plug entice to tarpon to strike. Average size of the acrobatic beauties ranges from 5 to 40 pounds.

Trout action has been firing in the palm beaches. Grass flats and deep holes produce trout from 2 to 6 pounds. Jigging doa shrimp in holographic and glow and gold, has been the bait of choice. Chumming with live baits gets the schoolie fish fired up and close to the boat, great for fly fishing action.

Jacks, \"monster jacks\" are cruising sea walls and docks in search bait. Top water plugs and live baits produce jacks up to 25 pounds, these brutes cause aches and pains, but its a blast. Multiple anglers can expect a Chinese


ID: 7942
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Todays Date:03/01/2015
Date of Report: 2015-02-19
Fishing Report Title: Palm Beach / Jupiter Salt and Freshwater report
State or Fishing Region: Florida- SE Regional Report
Charter Name: Phlats Guide Services
Boat Name:
Report By: Capt. Craig Korczynski
Licenses, Associations:
Locale or Marina: Lake Worth Lagoon, Jupiter, Lake Okeechobee, Palm Beach chain canal
Phone: 5616444371
Email: Email the angler or Capt.
Website: http://www.PhlatsInshoreFishing.com

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Fishing Report:   Fishing Fort Lauderdale on Happy Day Today with Capt. Zsak

Jesse Deister along with his brothers, Andy and Joe, and friend, Mike Bettencourt, chartered the Topshotfishing team to do some deep sea big game sport fishing in Fort Lauderdale, FL. The boys were getting away from the frigid weather in Ohio to enjoy sunny Fort Lauderdale and fishing. Winds were out of the northeast at 17 mph, seas running 4-5 ft., temperatures in the mid 70’s.

On our way out, we stopped to purchase a dozen live Goggle Eyes from T&T Bait located in the inlet in Fort Lauderdale. Fifteen minutes after leaving the dock, lines were in the water at our drop off, which is 120 ft. deep at the sea buoy in Fort Lauderdale, 1.8 miles from shore. We started off trolling with two plainers down, one with a blue and white sea witch in front of a double hook Bonito strip and the other with a chartreuse sea witch in front of a double hook Bonito strip. For surface baits we went with three Ballyhoos.

I trolled the reefs ranging from 80 ft. of water out to 300 ft. looking for the right location to do live bait fishing from the kite. A rip and color change was forming in 183 ft. of water north of Fort Lauderdale - a perfect avenue for the predators to pursue their prey. We put out two kites with two Goggle Eyes from each kite and one Goggle Eye from the rigger. As the boys were discussing business and the good times they had the night before, our first fish was a


ID: 7941
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Todays Date:03/01/2015
Date of Report: 2015-02-18
Fishing Report Title: Sport Fishing Fort Lauderdale Happy Day Today
State or Fishing Region: Florida- SE Regional Report
Charter Name: www.topshotfishing.com
Boat Name: Happy Day Today
Report By: Capt. Zsak
Licenses, Associations:
Locale or Marina: Fort Lauderdale
Phone: 954-309-7547
Email: Email the angler or Capt.
Website: htpp://www.topshotfishing.com

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