Dolphin Mahi Fishing Miami
Dolphin Mahi Fishing Miami this week was great. This past week was the first consistent Dolphin fish (Mahi Mahi) fishing that we have seen. Dolphin Mahi Fishing off Miami and Miami Beach always begins to heat up right around Fathers-day. So the Dolphin (Mahi Mahi) are right on track. The fish we are talking about are the smaller school fish. The Dolphin are typically about 3 to 10 pounds and are in large to medium schools. We find these fish migrating north in as shallow as about 100 feet of water on out to over 1,600 feet of water. The best fishing tends to be in about 750′ to about 950′. We find fish under almost anything floating. Patches of sargassum weed and a large piece of wood (palette) can be some of the most productive “floaters”. Working birds like Frigates, Shearwaters and Gulls will almost always put you on feeding fish.
Dolphin Mahi Fishing Miami on the Spellbound
When Dolphin Mahi Fishing Miami and off Miami Beach we typically “run & gun”. That means that we will get up in the Tuna Tower and head off shore. Scouring the Gulf Stream looking for signs of life. We keep 8 – 10 spinning rods at the ready. The lighter rods have 12 pound line and the heaviest has 30 pound line. We choose the rods to mach the size of the fish we find. The Dolphin are brightly colored and easy to spot under “floaters” or feeding beneath birds. We will also look under floating weed and debris for bait fish, blue runners & assorted jacks. Using Sabiki rigs we will catch an assortment of “match the hatch” bait to use.
Once we find the Dolphin we cast live baits and cut bait. As we hook fish always remember to keep at least one fish in the water at all times. We like to keep three fish on the hook, and rotate landing fish and re-baiting. Once the fish stop biting or move on, we get on the move and look for the next school of fish
Dolphin Mahi Fishing Miami… Let’s Go Fishing!
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