Sailfishing Miami Beach

2018-10-23 08:15:08
Miami, Florida - Saltwater Fishing Report

Michael and his friends headed south to Miami Beach celebrating a bachelor party he called me up three days before heading down and booked a trip aboard the sea cross

So that Saturday morning they arrive to the dock it was beautiful the winds were Southeast around 10 to 15 kn it was really excellent weather so we started out like usual we hit the reef catching a few nice Kingfish and a few Bonita after about an hour of action we started headed offshore looking for Mahi and blackfin tuna.

 We must’ve spent at least 45 minutes to an hour looking around to no avail but finally after locating a nice frigate bird working just inside of us we started trolling that way and before you know it Michael had a fish of a lifetime on beautiful Sailfish over 85 inches one of the biggest one so far this season and it’s just the beginning so buckle up guys and get ready for some great action this winter fishing aboard 

The charterboat Sea  Cross You could always find this on the Internet at And check out all the beautiful fish pictures in our gallery thank you so much for reading or fishing report this is Captain Ralph

Fish Species: Sailfish
Bait Used: Ballyhoos
Tackle Used: Conventional
Method Used: Trolling
Water Depth: 140
Water Temperature: 87
Wind Direction: Se
Wind Speed: 10-15
Beautiful Sailfish Michael caught fishing down here in Miami aboard the sea cross
Beautiful Sailfish Michael caught fishing down here in Miami aboard the sea cross

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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