The times may vary slightly from year to year depending on the weather, but the synopsis below provides a good indication of what you can expect while fishing in Florida’s fertile waters.
December through February is prime time to catch Sailfish plus some Dolphin, King and Spanish Mackerel and many other species.
March through June: Dolphin, Kingfish, Sailfish, Swordfish, Cobia, Bonito, Snook, Tarpon, Jack Crevalle plus several other species.
July through September is our normal summer fare of Kingfish, Dolphin, Bonito, Blackfin Tuna, Barracuda along with some Sailfish and Cobia. This is the time that we fish for Swordfish and cross the Gulfstream for Yellowfin Tuna. Inshore we are catching lots of Snook and Tarpon this time of year.
October and November: The Dolphin fishing is very good along with Kingfish, some Tuna, Swordfish and increasing Sailfish activity. Inshore activity during this time of the year is excellent with many species available.
Other Species: Each time we venture offshore we are met with interesting and different fishing opportunities. It is common to catch many species of fish we have not highlighted. An occasional Marlin will rip through our baits. A Wahoo is also a frequent catch. The Blackfin Tuna makes an occasional appearance providing great action and is excellent to eat. Large Cobia, Grouper and Snapper are also caught at times. Barracuda and Sharks are a frequent catch. These are just a few of the fish we catch during our ventures out to sea. We are prepared whenever we go fishing to take advantage of whatever opportunities we encounter.