Video, detailed instruction, tackle recommendations, locations, destinations, news and much more for Mahi (Dolphin Fish) fishing!

This is exclusively an offshore fish that is sometimes called Dorado or Mahi-Mahi. They are typically found around debris and offshore lobster buoys and can be trolled, jigged, or baited. They grow fast and are short lived (5 years or so). They love to jump and anything over 30lbs is a “bucket list” fish. Fish over 50lbs are rare and are certainly trophies. These fish need to be photographed quickly as they lose most of their color when they die.

New Tackle Recommendations

Capt Andy LoCascio - 05/16/2013 - Views: 104377

The crew from Northeast Angling has put together a complete list of tackle recommendations along with tips and techniques for all of the regional saltwater species.  Each list includes the rods, reels, line, terminal tackle,…

Block Island, RI - Mahi - 2006

Block Island, RI – Mahi Fishing

Capt Andy LoCascio - 10/23/2006 - Views: 84375

Capt Andy and Rich hooked up with good friend Capt Bill Brown of Billfish Sportfishing Charters. There hope was to find some early season tuna. However, the tuna proved elusive and instead they ran into…

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