Black fin tuna
August 03, 2018 Islamorada 2 photos

Trip Summary

Late summer brings the Tunas! The offshore sea mounts tuna have arrived! When the sargassum weed allows trolling the bites very strong If conditions are right. Early mornings and cloudy conditions! The dolphin are still here but need to be hunted. Half day trips as a rule will not allow dolphin fishing as the mileage is high on the reef the snappers are there but so are the sharks, getting a snapper last the taxman can be frustrating, but a 400 pound catch and release shark can be fun to pull on. . For the deepdrop angler this is a great season! If you can hold bottom the tiles and snowys are chewing. This is one of my favorite times here as the number of tourists shrinks as the kids head back to school! Take advantage of this season!
Larry Wren
Islamorada, Florida, United States
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Join Captain Larry Wren on board his 37’ Merritt. She’s an offshore sportfishing boat, built in 1958 and restored in 2011 – like a fine wine she’s only gotten better with age. Her spacious deck allows for up to 6 anglers to fish at...

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