Richard DeLeon of Miami holds a 15 pound mutton snapper he caught last week on the Sailor’s Choice party fishing boat docked at the Holiday Inn Marina.
This pair of anglers had a great day of fishing with Capt. Kevin and Barbie Wilson, of Knee Deep Charters out of Geiger Key Marina. Their catch included yellowtail snapper, black grouper, amberjack, jack crevalle and tuna.
Don Ponn of Key Largo shows off a 28-inch redfish caught on fly shortly before it was released. This was one of several reds caught while sight-fishing the flats with Capt. Mike Makowski of Blackfoot Charters. (Photo by Capt. Mike Makowski)
Capt. Chris Klimas hoists a 41-pound bull dolphin caught by a trio of anglers from Georgia fishing aboard the 'Klimax' for SeaSquared Charters. The dolphin was weighed on the International Game Fish Association-certified scale at Burdine's Marina in Marathon.
Krista Marr of Sebastian holds a 45-pound dolphin she caught while fishing with Blake Gassaway, captain of the Jus’ Hook ‘Um charter boat out of Key Largo. Gassaway can be reached at (305) 600-8203 or email@example.com.
Landon Blackford, 8, won most outstanding catch after his catch and release of a 65-pound tarpon he reeled in by himself during a kids fishing tournament last weekend based out of the Lorelei in Islamorada. With him is his dad and captain, Drew Moret. Overall, 104 kids participated.
Part of the haul of 707 lionfish caught during a one-day tournament held in Key Largo. (Contributed photo)
Islamorada fishing guide Gary Ellis, founder of the Redbone Celebrity Tournament Series, will reel in the Tommy Gifford Award in a ceremony at the IGFA Fishing Hall of Fame and Museum.
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Upper Keys Fishing Club member and Key Largo resident Tommy Dyches shows off a nice Key Largo bonefish before releasing it. Dyches fished for tarpon and permit while on a half day trip with Capt. Mike Makowski of Blackfoot Charters. (Photo by Capt. Mike Makowski)
Alicia Keel with a Flag yellowtail snapper. Fish of this size are available while trolling at the edge of the reef.