Post Hurricane Irma Fishing Forecast (Palm Beach County)

Now that the seas have subsided we are excited about the potential fishing opportunities along our coast and in the Gulfstream. There should be plenty of floating debris offshore to attract schools of mahi mahi, but boaters should take caution when venturing through post-hurricane waters. Closer to shore, Mutton snapper and red grouper will be found in higher concentrations than normal around reefs from depths of 20-300ft. Live or dead Sardines will be the best bait for exploring post Hurricane Irma waters. Inshore, we can expect the beginning of the mullet run with plenty of jacks, snook, tarpon, and lady fish in tow. If you would like to book a trip with me I have 3 boats available to take you out. This is the perfect time to relieve the stress from Hurticane Irma with a little fishing. Call or email me, thanks!

Captain Chris Agardy

Fish Envy Charters


July 2017 Fishing Reports

July has been great fishing so far! Here are the pics….

We went #trolling and caught a few #tuna this morning! #fishing #charters #boyntonbeach #fish #florida #blackfin

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#kingfish #dolphin #falsealbacore on today's #charter #fishing #florida #mahimahi #bonito #kingmackerel #littletunny #roughseas

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#wahoo #2 today!

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Ended my worst #Wahoo slump in recent history! This one #brokethecurse this morning. #zebrafish #ono #fishingcharters

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5/5/17 Fishing Report: Blackfin Tuna On Live Bait

Boca Raton Tuna FishingThis morning we were able to sneak out about a mile offshore before storms cancelled the morning charter. We used live bait to hook and land a 20 lb blackfin tuna within the first 5 minutes of drifting.  Our customers were happy to head in with a good fish in the boat and lightning on the horizon.

January 2017 Fishing Report And Forecast

January forecast: best bet offshore is Wahoo, sailfish, kingfish, and mahi mahi. Best bet inshore is jacks and Spanish mackerel. Tarpon and snook will be good at night during Southerly winds.

Big jacks have been biting in the intracoastal waterway during our inshore charters!
Another big jack falls victim to a live bait during an inshore charter.
We caught this big kingfish during a morning offshore charter while we were targeting Wahoo!
Snook have been biting during our evening trips.
This 40 lb Wahoo was the biggest fish of the month. It ate a spoon while we were trolling offshore.
There have been a couple small mahi mahi biting on the outside of the reef.
When the seas are rough we often experience great inshore bottom fishing for snapper and porgies on the intracoastal.

November 2016 Fishing Report And Forecast

The cool winds of Fall are upon us and the fishing has really started to heat up for sailfish and Wahoo offshore. Inshore, pompano, permit, and even bonefish have been biting when the winds blow from the north. When the winds have been Northeast there have been a few mahi mahi biting near the reef only a mile offshore. We have been targeting sailfish with live bait and trolling for the Wahoo and the mahi with lures. Inshore along the intracoastal,we have been using cut shrimp to catch the pompano, permit, and bonefish. The snook and tarpon have been tougher to find with water temps cooling down, but after a heavy rain the snook bite should continue to be good even during cooler weather. I expect the same pattern to occur over the next couple weeks. Here are some photos from some of our November 2017 Boca Raton Fishing Charters:

09/04/16 Mahi Mahi Offshore, Sailfish And Tuna Near Shore

Fishing has been excellent the last couple days! The ocean has been very calm and my customers have had a blast catching sailfish, mahi mahi, tuna, and bonito for our offshore and near shore charters. Yesterday we had 8 sailfish bites and landed a couple for some pictures. We caught 3 nice tuna with trolling and live baits yesterday afternoon. Today we went 10 miles offshore and found a  school of mahi mahi under a log and we were able to land 5 using live baits. Here are the photos: Boca Raton Mahi Mahi Charters