Miami Beach offshore super slam

2018-04-24 16:42:01
Miami, Florida - Saltwater Fishing Report
Miami Beach

 I told Gill  when he called me That we’re going to be fishing for Kingfish wahoo sailfish black fin tuna and mahi-mahi  And we literally just did that as the day started the wind was blowing south east 10 to 15 kn we headed out of Haulover

It took us about 10 to 15 minutes and we had bait in the water and it wasn’t too long before we had A nice king fish about 15 pounds so we kept pounding the reef we limited out on the Kingfish so we headed offshore and we got into the blackfin tuna it wasn’t too long before we found a nice floater and we picked up a few nice king fish about 15 pounds so we kept pounding the reef we limited out on the Kingfish,so we headed offshore and we got into the blackfin tuna it wasn’t too long  before we ran into a really nice floater and load them behold right underneath we picked up a couple nice wahoos one just over 30 pounds. Trolling a little while longer we picked up a few nice mahi-mahi ,that’s all we finished our day and like we always say“only on the sea cross”

 

 

Fish Species: Wahoo,Tuna,Kingfish,Skipjacks and Mahi-mahi’s
Bait Used: Ballyhoo Bonita’ strips and plugs
Tackle Used: Conventional
Method Used: Trolling
Water Depth: 115-750
Water Temperature: 77
Wind Direction: SE
Wind Speed: 10-15

About The Author: Captain Rafael Mayans

Company: Sea Cross Deep Sea Fishing Charters

Area Reporting: Miami

Bio: I'm Capt. Rafael Mayans and Ive 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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