Mahi-mahi fishing Miami beach

2019-03-31 13:18:44
Miami, Florida - Saltwater Fishing Report
Miami Beach

It wasn’t long after we got out rig ballyhoo on a red and back Billy Bait 

It was really nice day we found a nice current rip out in 1000 feet of water they were plenty of frigatebirds and floating debris after fishing for a wow and catching a few beautiful and quality fish we hooked up with a nice walk one out of two that we did that day  it was really nice day we found a nice current rip out in 1000 feet of water there were plenty of frigatebirds and floating debris after fishing for a wow and catching a few beautiful and quality fish we hooked up with the nice wall one out of two that we did that day,

We also had a beautiful opportunity that we took a vantage of  The opportunity as we were pulling in a cow mahi-mahi  she must’ve been 15 pounds Hey bull showed up over 25 That’s when we took the opportunity and presented that fish a Pilcher had Jake on 15 pounds spinning tackle what a beautiful site that was when I got to see that beautiful fish eat the Jig on the surface

Fish Species: Mahi-mahi Wahoo
Bait Used: Ballyhoos Bonita
Tackle Used: Conventional
Method Used: Trolling and jig
Water Depth: 950-1100
Water Temperature: 79
Wind Direction: East
Wind Speed: 10-15




About The Author: Captain Rafael Mayans

Company: Sea Cross Deep Sea Fishing Charters

Area Reporting: Miami

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