Islamorada Mahi-Mahi Dolphin Fishing

There is nothing more exhilarating than watching a big bull dolphin racing for your bait. It is, without a doubt, my favorite fish to catch. I guess because it allows us as a captain to really take part in the success of finding these fish.

 

Already, the big dolphins have shown up off Islamorada. Just in the last few trips out of Robbie’s Marina, the “DirtyBoat” has put some outstanding catches on the dock. The Dolphin fishing season is on!

 

Dolphin ranging from 20 to 40 lbs hasn’t been uncommon, along with some nice Wahoo caught under floating debris. The strong east winds this spring will push some of the largest Mahi-mahi of the year into our waters from the Bahamas. The largest Mahi-mahi in state history was caught off the east coast of Florida. So this is, without a doubt, the time to catch that trophy size bull dolphin.

 

The easterly wind direction has also pushed the warm waters of the Gulf Stream close to the reef as well. And a good Gulf Stream current puts the dolphin into an all-out feeding frenzy. There is nothing more exciting than watching frigate birds work a school of large slammer dolphins feeding on a school of flying fish. As we all know, flying fish is one of the dolphin’s favorite foods, especially in the spring when they are found in big numbers.

 

All the captains out of Robbie’s Marina love to catch Mahi-mahi. They are, without a doubt, the best charter species found. There is nothing cooler than seeing a large school of these beautiful fish in a feeding frenzy at the back of your boat. It is not uncommon for every angler to be hooked up all at the same time. I like to call it a Chinese fire drill. They are also very acrobatic, as well as one of the most colorful and beautiful fish found anywhere in the world. So don’t forget to bring your camera — you might just catch that amazing shot.

 

Book your Dolphin Fishing Trip now!

 

So hurry up and book a trip to go Mahi-mahi dolphin fishing. The booking office At Robbie’s Marina will be glad to help with your accommodations. You can reach them at (305) 664-8070. I promise you; you won’t be disappointed. The best part about Mahi-mahi dolphin fishing is, at the end of the day, they are also great to eat. I would highly the opens in a new windowHungry Tarpon right next door to cook your catch. Good luck and tight lines.

Meet Our Offshore Fishing Captains

  • Four Aces

  • Captain Chad Pruitt

    • 55′ Hatteras
    • Captain Chad Pruitt
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  • Blue Heaven

  • Blue Heaven Boat

    • 32′ Regulator
    • Captain Skye Stanley
    • $901 4 hours
    • $1166 6 hours
    • $1431 8 hours
    • $1908 12 hours
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  • Contagious

  • Captain Brian Cone

    • 34′ Freeman
    • Captain Brian Cone
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  • DirtyBoat 2.0

  • Dirtyboat

    • 42′ Liberty Express
    • Captain Kit Carson
    • $1400 6 hours
    • $1800 8 hours
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  • Go Time

  • Captain Galon Johnson

    • 26′ WorldCat
    • Captain Galon Johnson
    • $750 4 hours
    • $950 6 hours
    • $1150 8 hours
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  • Satisfaction

  • Captain Brian McCadie

    • 25′ Parker
    • Captain Brian McCadie
    • $850 4 hours
    • $1050 6 hours
    • $1250 8 hours
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  • Katsikas Charters

  • Captain Jason Katsikas

    • 20′ Pioneer
    • Captain Jason Katsikas
    • $250 2 hours
    • $450 4 hours
    • $50 extra for 3rd and 4th person
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  • Live Action Fishing

  • Captain TJ Zinkand

    • 36′ Contender
    • Captain TJ Zinkand
    • $800 4 hours
    • $1000 6 hours
    • $1200 8 hours
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If your group needs more than one boat for your dolphin fishing trip, we can arrange charters for as many boats as you need. Or, if you would like to arrange a split charter with more fishing enthusiasts, feel free to view open split charter opportunities here.