Capt. Nick Stanczyk spends a day offshore with Host Peter Miller and young Ryan from the Make A Wish Foundation. The first airing is today, January 6th at 2:30 pm on NBC Sports, and the rest of the airings are listed on the schedule below.
Islamorada Fishing Reports have still been reporting good fishing through the summer. Tarpon fishing in Islamorada is still possible and fish are still being caught, even though it is no longer 'prime' tarpon season! Florida keys fishing trips into the backcountry flats areas have been producing a mixed bag of fish. Redfish and snook are moving on to the flats and into the skinny, though can still be found in some of the runoffs, island moats, and creeks. Snook on the shorelines and beaches have been a good bet especially with live bait such as finger mullet or pilchards. Good news for the florida keys fishing report! The patch reef fishing is not consistent, though occasionally there can still be some nice mangrove snappers with a mix of porgy, hogfish, small grouper, and other fish out there. Trout, snapper, and ladyfish action has been best in the near gulf bays to the west. On the offshore islamorada fishing charters dolphin fishing is the name of the game. The summer has been great for that and should continue to be decent through September. Sailfish is not really in season now though may be stumbled upon. Tunas can be found offshore on the humps still. Swordfishing can be very good throughout the summer and fall can be the peak of it, so check the weather for your fishing in the Florida Keys for them! 305-664-2461 or 1-800-742-7945 or Islamorada Fishing Charters!
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