Grouper Fishing Miami Beach
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Grouper Fishing Miami Beach

Grouper Fishing Miami BeachGrouper Fishing Miami Beach… Capt. Manny and Mike pull off a great catch of Black Grouper on the last day of Shallow water Grouper season. Capt. Manny and crew on the Spellbound caught two 25 pound Black Groupers on December 31st to finish off this seasons last day to harvest Black, Gag and Red grouper. 

Grouper Fishing Miami Beach, The how…

The pair of Black Groupers were caught out on some of our deeper wrecks. These wrecks are in waters deeper than two hundred feet of water. We use live Pinfish and small live Bonita “flipps or Bullets”. Success lies in precise placement of the baits on the wreckage. The groupers lay close to the debris field, and feed just slightly up current. Placing a bait just up current of the wreck, but far enough away is the key. Big groupers are power full fish that have a keen ability to get back in the wreckage after attacking a bait fish. 

Grouper Fishing Miami Beach on Spellbound under waterGrouper Fishing Miami Beach on Spellbound

Ok… Shallow water Grouper season is closed until May. Although the Deep Water groupers and Tilefish are now in open season. We also have some really great Golden Amberjack and Almaco Jack fishing this time of year. We can also target the shallow water groupers for catch and release. If you are looking for some grouper filet to take home, then Golden Tilefish is our next best bet this time of year !

Grouper Fishing Miami Beach… Lets go Fishing !

Let’s go…   Grouper Fishing Miami Beach on Spellbound  Fishing Miami or Deep Sea fishing Miami!  to become part of our Red Hot Winter Fishing Miami report and have a great fishing charter adventure you can call or text Capt. Jay on his cell at (305) 785-0552 or book your fishing charter online here!  Fore more info you can e-mail Capt. Jay .  See you on the Rip! 


Grouper Fishing Miami Beach

Capt. Jay

Captain of the USCG Licensed & Inspected Spellbound Charter Fishing Boat Miami Beach, FL. Capt. Jay has been fishing off Miami & Miami Beach for more than 40 years. Capt. Jay is a Multiple IGFA world record holder and discovered a new species of fish. Capt. Jay now spends his days giving his customers great fishing adventures. Catching a young angler his first fish or an experienced angler his or her largest fish is what Capt. Jay lives for. "We catch the fish of a lifetime, every day !"

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