Hurricane Dorian missed the Florida Keys. We received zero damage. Hurricane Dorian blew up quickly over the Bahamas. Our thoughts and prayers are with the Bahamian people.
I take weather and safety very seriously.
I highly suggest you check out Episode 001 in my podcast series. Forecasting the weather can be tricky in the Florida Keys, I put this podcast together to help others become better fisherman and for my clients.
On the Key Largo fishing center stage is solid bite of Mahi Mahi (dolphin or dorado) with a few Atlantic Sailfish mixed in. Some days the Mahi Mahi are more abundant than others, but on an average my clients are catching and keeping between 10-20 Mahi Mahi per trip aboard Good Karma on 3/4 day offshore charters. I do not show the fish we release or the fish that jumped off the hook! The action is red hot.
We should continue to see a solid bite of Mahi Mahi through the fall and into December.
Over the next couple weeks I will continue targeting Mahi Mahi offshore. For those that looking to stay closer to reef I recommend booking a half day reef fishing trip for Mutton, Yellowtail, Vermilion and Yellowtail Snappers. Mixed in will be Black and Red Groupers. Grouper Season closes on Jan 1, 2020.
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