Miami Beach Off Shore Blast!

2015-02-06 11:32:28
Miami, Florida - Saltwater Fishing Report
GulfStream Current off Miami Beach

On morning trips we head out putting a 6-7 rod spread out,

We set baits out at different depths using planners and cigar leads. Wahoo and nice black fin tuna has been a steady action. Targeting these fish in 120-650 ft of water is usually where you find most fish in the winter time months.

You find mahimahi along the reef this time of year.

Head 10-20 miles offshore is not necessary in the winter.

When you do hit some mahimahi you find big schools either.

On these months though is when you'll find your bigger fish 20-60lb are common in small schools of 3-6 fish but all healthy size gaffers!

So head to miami and book a trip you can see more at are website also click on the face book face link for some really cool pics!

Thank you

Capt Ralph

Fish Species: Mahimahi Blackfin Tuna Wahoo
Bait Used: Ballyhoo Bonita strips pilchards
Tackle Used: Light tackle standup
Method Used: Live baiting and Trolling
Water Depth: 120-650
Water Temperature: 78
Wind Direction: NE
Wind Speed: 15-20
Nice Mahimahi caught off miami beach aboard the Sea cross!
Nice Mahimahi caught off miami beach aboard the Sea cross!

Nice Father and Sons Trip!
Nice Father and Sons Trip!

About The Author: Captain Rafael Mayans

Company: Sea Cross Deep Sea Fishing Charters

Area Reporting: Miami

Bio: I'm Capt. Rafael Mayans and Iíve been a Miami resident my entire life. Living and fishing here in Miami Beach has given me the opportunity to fish and explore some of the best fishing grounds the east coast has to offer - from the Florida Keys to pristine waters of the Bahamas. Fishing these waters i have gained the experience to give my clients the best possible chance for a successful and memorable fishing trip.

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