Nothing but fat yellowtail snappers today. We did hook one nice size kingfish but a bull shark ate him at the boat. The colder months bring the large yellowtails to the reef. Reef fishing charters this time of year off Marathon are very productive and getting our limit of snapper is very common this time of year.
Wayne’s hold his monster yellowtail aka “Flag” snapper. The reef is loaded with these trophy size snapper this time of year. Make sure you ask Capt. Doug about catching your “Flag” size snapper!
Reef fishing for yellowtail snapper off Marathon has been red hot! We managed to get our limit for 3 people 30 fish in only a few hours. Reef fishing charters offer plenty of action without long rides to the fishing grounds.
We caught this cero on a live ballyhoo fished back in our chum slick. One of the best things about reef fishing is the wide variety of fish you catch! Make sure you ask Capt. Doug about a reef charter off Marathon.
Reef fishing charters this time of year produces big “flag” yellowtail. Make sure to ask Capt. Doug about a reef fishing charter. These are the best for families or clients that like steady action.
This was one of many large yellowtails we caught during a reef charter yesterday off Marathon. Reef charters offer consistent action!
20 dolphin and 15 tunas made for a great offshore trip. We headed out to the hump tuna fishing and found plenty of dolphin on the way home. Offshore charters are the way to go for clients looking for big fish.
Yellowtail snapper charters offer the most amount of fishing time because of short distance we travel to the fishing grounds. These are also some of the best eating fish out there! This time of year we caught large yellowtails. Be sure to ask Capt. Doug about a yellowtail charters.
We had a mix of yellowtail and mangrove on our last night snapper trip. These are some of the best eating fish out there.
We donated a trip to help support wounded veterans last week off Marathon. Shannon was very happy to catch her first mangrove snapper.