Miami Fishing Report – 02/22/13 Todays Miami Fishing Report is about catching big Golden Amberjack on light tackle. Today we were fishing a very shallow ship wreck. The wreckage is in about 30 foot of water. Fishing a live bonita on 20lb line attached to a down rigger. A good school of giant Jacks were there … Continue reading
Miami Fishing Report for December 31st, 2012 Miami fishing report today is about the last day of open shallow water grouper season. We decided that we should take advantage of this and put a little effort into catching our last shallow water grouper dinner for about six months. This Grouper closure is on Red, Black, Gag, Scamp and a few other smaller … Continue reading
Miami Fishing this week… Miami Fishing… The strong North East winds slowed down to about 15 knots and shifted into the South East. The current slowed down to almost a a complete stop, just a trickle of North current. The Sailfish fishing slowed down but the Miami Fishing on the wrecks fired up. Miami Fishing Report… The … Continue reading
Fishing Miami Beach – we have been seing a few sharks this week. Most are in a shallow as 120 foot and on out to more than 350 foot of water. We have had our best luck using small live bonito for bait. Most of the Sharks that we have been catching are Deep Water … Continue reading
As the cold fronts roll in The Sail Fish should bite this week.
This week the first of the winter Silky sharks have moved in to our area. We have been catching these sharks on light spinning tackle. The largest of the sharks was about 5 foot and weighed about 70 lb. We have been finding them on the deeper wrecks and on the edge of the Gulf Stream. We have also been seing a … Continue reading
Lets go sailfish fishing
Sailfish Fishing Miami – The beginning of the winter season. Sailfish fishing miami has started as the first strong cold fronts begin to move in. This time of year we see the Smallest, most uncommon size Sailfish of the year. The Sailfish are moving in from the deep offshore waters to the top of the Deep Reef … Continue reading
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The winter cold fronts have started and the North West winds are driving the big schools of Spanish Mackerel down the beaches. Mixed in are Blue Fish, Jack Caravelle, Blue Runners and a few smaller Gag Groupers under the macks on the patch reefs. The same weather is pushing larger Dolphin (Mahi Mahi) South following the edge of … Continue reading