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Late September Offshore Fishing Report – Key West

Over the last week the fishing in Key West has been solid. As my customers can attest we have been catching a variety of species large and plenty. Bottom fishing with West current along the reef and gentle Southeast breezes has put lotsĀ  big Yellowtail in the box. amandas-flag   Along with the Yellowtails the toothy critters seem to always be lurking. This Lemon shark got hooked just right and did not bite off the mono tied to the circle hook. He still has some lip bling , I was not brave enough to pull the hook out.   1grant-shark-lemon_0   Dolphin fishing has really picked up as the rains and clouds have cooled the local waters down enough that fish are feeding better. The Gulfstream has moved in reasonably close and the debris along the edge has been holding Wahoo as well as Dolphin and big Tripletails.   2011-09-22_12-31-32_328   dpp_0006   And with the close stream and cooler waters Billfish are being caught every day, this Sailfish we caught while I listened to another boat fight a Marlin and two others catching Sailfish. Even though this is a slow season for visitors , no one told the fish .   2011-09-22_11-21-12_73

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