Fishing Charter Miami Beach Fl – Big Mahi
Fishing Charter Miami Beach Fl – Big Mahi Mahi came through Miami, early this Summer. We had some of the best “Gaffer” sized Dolphin Fish (Mahi Mahi) on our Fishing Charter Miami Beach Fl. We were finding small groups of larger fish chasing Flying Fish under Frigate Birds. Deep sea fishing off Miami and Miami Beach, we typically find Dolphin under al sorts of sea birds. Turns, Shearwaters, Gulls and Frigates are all indicators of feeding game fish
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Once we find the birds working over bait fish. We can determine the direction the fish are traveling. You can troll Ballyhoo or lures into the path of the working birds and get the Dolphin to leave the natural bait fish and strike your baits. I like natural single hooked Ballyhoo when we can see the fish feeding on the surface. Also when the fish take up chase, you can work that ballyhoo almost like a live bait. Chuggers placed in front of the Ballyhoo will also get the larger fish to take notice of your baits. Some times it takes a larger, noisier presentation to get that big Bull Dolphins attention.
When pitch bait fishing we get up in the boats tuna tower and look for the individual feeding Mahi. The trick is to get in front of that fish in the same direction it is traveling. We stop just a head of the big Mahi and pitch a live bait. The bait is chosen by the size of the fish. Typical school fish a small “gem” blue runner or pilchard is best. When we see a Big Dolphin (over 20 pounds) I like to use a larger Blue Runner or Almaco Jack. We catch all of the runners and assorted jacks off shore under “floaters” or sargassum weed. The larger bait will keep a smaller fish from rushing in and stealing the bait away from a large Bull.
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Let’s go…Fishing Charter Miami Beach Fl – Big Mahi, Sports fishing, Fishing Miami or Deep Sea fishing Miami! to become part of our Summer Fishing Miami report and have a great fishing charter adventure you can call or text Capt. Jay on his cell at or book your fishing charter online here! Fore more info you can e-mail Capt. Jay . See you on the Rip!