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Offseason Report

Report from Tuesday, March 26.

| New York | Delaware/Maryland/Virginia | North Carolina | Florida | Last Week's Report |
THIS REPORT IS UPDATED EVERY TUESDAY

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

Florida
Marathon

Fishing for permit continued to improve at wrecks 7 miles from the slip, said Capt. Greg Fabrizzi from Manicsportfishing. Generally a 35- or 40-pounder was landed every time a trip tried the fishing. To catch, a live baby blueclaw crab – they cost $4 apiece – was used for bait. Closer to port, fishing for yellowtail snappers picked up and was tremendous at the reef. Huge were reeled in. A buddy decked a couple of mahi mahi the other day. But mahi fishing was yet to kick in. That’s a warm-water fishery, and the water was only 78 degrees. Sailfishing was spotty. Follow on Facebook. Call: 908-216-8355.