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This past week has produced some epic fishing adventures on the Reel Candy. Fishing almost everyday our anglers have enjoyed a mix bag of species. Along with all the bonita and sharks, our guests last week landed 3 out of 5 sailfish, several blackfin tunas, a nice wahoo, a few mahi up to 20 pounds, […]
This has been a good week on the Reel Candy after sitting for several days waiting for the wind to settle. A few mahi has shown up. The sailfish are still here, and it’s always a bonus to harvest a wahoo for a hungry angler on their first charter. The monster kings will be showing […]
Reel Candy Fishing Charters from Sailfish Marina! A few recent catches!
Natalie from Dallas, Texas, decided she wanted to catch a sailfish while in Palm Beach. Joining the Reel Candy for an afternoon we only had a short time available to fill her wish. Within an hour we had two sailfish come up on the kite baits. After catching the one, she grabbed the other rod […]
Since hurricane Matthew, the wind has been relentless. The Reel Candy, has been docked at Sailfish Marina on Singer Island in Palm Beach. This allows us to avoid the dangerous Jupiter Inlet conditions, and provides us maximum opportunities to fish those questionable days that we would normally cancel in Jupiter.The last two weeks the mahi […]
Since this last full moon the summer wahoo bite has been awesome south of the Jupiter Inlet. Here’s a couple pictures of happy wahoo anglers. Last week anglers fishing with the Reel Candy and Reel Candy II went 3 for 4 on sailfish while trolling. Congratulations to Mike McCarthy, on his first ever sail. Epic […]
The Reel Candy Team with Anglers James and Tamara Slayton Wins the Ladies Division in the Sailfish Tournament and takes largest fish in the Meat Division with a 32 pound Blackfin Tuna. Fishing from Sailfish Marina in Palm Beach, the anglers endured winds in excess of 40 mph. Congratulations to our anglers!