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New Website

So this is our new website, and here is the first post I’m making on it. I figured Teddy “Eyeballs” Margo would be a good way to kick it off, so enjoy a (re)uploaded photo. More to come, now that the website’s done and I start fishing more in January these reports will be back…

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Fishing last two days

Earlier this week, I fished with John O’Hearn and Jim Linville, my father. If you keep up with these reports, it’s been a long while since he’s made the journey south to fish in the Keys. Needless to say, I was happy to be in the company of my dad and spend a few days…

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Fishing the last two days

The last two days, I fished with John O’Hearn. The first day we were throwing some light tippet at permit, and the second day we used the nice weather to look for tarpon. Here’s how it all went down: Day One: We started far away from Key West, on a nameless edge, looking for a…

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Offshore yesterday

Yesterday I fished offshore with Captain Rob Nevius and Kathryn. We left later in the day, hoping to catch the evening blackfin/bonita/skipjack bite and get Kathryn her first tuna on fly. Joining us was Don, a friend of Rob’s. We found bait, and though it took us longer than we had hoped to fill the…

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Fishing in Vermont

I know…this is supposed to be a Key West centric fishing report page. But I haven’t been in Key West for a week, and I figured everyone is just dying to know what’s good with the wild brook trout population in Weston, Vermont. I also assume there to be interest in how hard they are…

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Tuna offshore with Chris Trosset

Two days ago I went fishing with Chris Trosset. Our target was blackfin tuna, and we found them in good numbers. After a longer-than-average search for bait, we arrived at the spot an hour before sunset and were in tuna the entire time. I hooked three on fly, losing every one to the sharks. Chris…

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Belize, PART FIVE (final)

We left off with the capturing of two permit on the beginning of the sixth day. Here’s what happened next: Michael had caught the permit while I was tarpon fishing, and since we were also in the presence of some small bonefish we decided to catch two in case we could get a slam. Michael…

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After our two permit day in in Punta Gorda, we woke up on our second to rain and cloud cover. We returned to, and spent the balance of our day in, the inside spot that had given us some great shots and Michael’s second permit the day before. The water was shallow, and we decided…

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