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Offseason Report

Report from Tuesday, January 27.

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The report covers out-of-state saltwater fishing
from late fall through winter, New Jersey’s off-season.

Florida
Islamorada

Deep-drop fishing was great with Captain Easy Charters, when the trips had the weather to reach the waters, Capt. Bruce Andersen said. The angling worked depths 400 to 750 feet, 8 to 11 miles from port, for catches including yelloweye snappers, queen snappers, vermilion snappers, blueline tilefish and snowy groupers. Closer to shore, sailfishing was slow, and a sail was landed aboard Sunday, but the fish were few and far between. But king mackerel fishing was good in the same area, offshore of the reef, a few miles from port. Call: 305-451-9578 or 305-360-2120. Visit Website.