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Old 06-25-2019, 10:27 AM
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Default Jupiter Inlet Early March Offshore Fishing Expectation

Have to go to a wedding in Jupiter next March. Not sure what is in season but since I have to be there I'd love to go fish one day.

Please give me any offshore charter recommendations for anyone running out of Jupiter. Also, any expectations as to species targeted that time of year would be very appreciative, thanks.
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Good time of year for wahoo and there should be some tuna around. I’ll let someone more local recommend who to book.
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Inshore Capt. Mat Budd (better bet weather wise)
Offshore Eric EMoney Rietwyk.

As I alluded to, offshore weather will be hit or miss.

Link for what to catch when and where in FL:
https://www.floridagofishing.com/spe...-calendar.html
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Sailfish!!!! A big cc or sporty and you prolly won't have issues getting out.
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Originally Posted by DarcizzleOffshore View Post
Inshore Capt. Mat Budd (better bet weather wise)
Offshore Eric EMoney Rietwyk.

As I alluded to, offshore weather will be hit or miss.

Link for what to catch when and where in FL:
https://www.floridagofishing.com/spe...-calendar.html
That charts off on some fish.Way off on sails in the keys.(if the white symbol means bad?)
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Thanks for the replies. Mr. Rietwyk's website says he fishes on your boat. I will not be bringing a boat down to Jupiter, if anyone has a recommendation of a charter with their own boat, thanks.
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Originally Posted by saltwatertx View Post
Thanks for the replies. Mr. Rietwyk's website says he fishes on your boat. I will not be bringing a boat down to Jupiter, if anyone has a recommendation of a charter with their own boat, thanks.
E-Money also has access to a boat if you don’t have your own.
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Tomcat out of blowing rocks, Tom is a great guy and is close to automatic. Mike runs Angler Management they have several boats to choose from. March can be tricky weather wise.
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Thanks, I scheduled a trip with Mike.
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Originally Posted by Lu 1967 View Post
That charts off on some fish.Way off on sails in the keys.(if the white symbol means bad?)
It's just as good a general reference as any other anecdotal evidence a bunch of random fisherman are gonna spout out. If that's the only fault you can find, without being sure of even how to read the chart, I'm fine with it. Perhaps you could have given some info MORE relevant and better in response to OP, about Jupiter.
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Save yourself any headaches run 20 mins north and go with Pat Price Daymaker charters , I think Darcy will agree! I have fished with him over years,seminars and a neighbor down the street... just dam good people!!
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Originally Posted by Rundeep View Post
Save yourself any headaches run 20 mins north and go with Pat Price Daymaker charters , I think Darcy will agree! I have fished with him over years,seminars and a neighbor down the street... just dam good people!!
Another great option.

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