March Miami Fishing Report
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March Miami Fishing Report

March Miami fishing report is about the beginning of the spring Dolphin fish (Mahi Mahi) run.  We have been catching some of the years largest Dolphin (Mahi Mahi).  The fish have been anywhere from about 8 pounds to over 30 pounds.  The March Miami Fishing Report Mahi & Bull Dolphin Fish - Capt. Jays Deep Sea Fishing Miamidolphin has been moving fast under frigate birds.  We are finding fish in as close as 80 feet of water out to over 850 feet of water.  Trolling with rigged fresh ballyhoo and Chugger style lures have had the best success with the larger fish.  Bird teasers with small feathers are very effective on the medium and smaller fish.

March Miami Fishing Report on Dolphin & Mahi Mahi

March Miami Fishing Report Mahi & Dolphin FishKite fishing on the western edge of the Gulf Stream has also produced some great Dolphin Fish catches.  Live blue runners, goggle eyes, & herring  are all great live baits we use in the kite.  We also fish a fresh small Bonita out in the long kite position.  Whatever style of fishing you choose to stay ready.  Multiple hook ups are common if you are ready to act quickly.  Most of the larger Dolphin fish are in smaller schools.  If you are ready with spinning rods you can present baits to fish that follow hooked fish to the boat.

March Miami Fishing Report, Let’s Go Fishing!

As the Spring moves in the fishing just gets better and better.  To book your group’s adventure, call or text Capt. Jay at (305) 785-0552 or E-mail: or click here to book online!



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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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