Friday, August 5, 2016

Post Card Inn, Islamorada Florida, fishing report 8/5

Hello Again, the "Old Cappy" back from a short break and what did I find--The fishing has slowed down a bit but still Very good!
The Dolphin are still quite a ways offshore and you have to really be looking for them to score--birds and debris that's the ticket now---sharp eyes---need I say more!
There are still quality dolphin being caught ,I saw some in the 25 to 40 pound range but most were average size for this time of the year.
 Hey ,how about a 50 pound Wahoo caught yesterday on the "Play Baby" , a few smaller ones also were brought in. We can't forget the Tuna and Bonita either ,they have shown up in large numbers also.
One of our Charter boats ,the "First Choice "went deep dropping yesterday and had a fine catch of Grouper, Tile and deep water porgies.
The Big thrill of the day was the "Priority" , Capt. AJ Steward drilled a beautiful 167 pound Broadbill  Swordfish fishing out in the deep, deep---along with some dolphin that got in the way--great catch guys!
On the reef the Yellowtail Snapper/ Mangrove Snapper are biting well along with the rest of the reef species>
At this point I usually post some Pictures but no one sent me ANY!
So if you want to get in on the action you just have to send us an email or call us and we will be happy to set you up with a Charter Boat here at the Post Card Inn!
Call Us  @   305-433-9942   or email

Hope to hear from you soon
tight lines and fishing dreams

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