Miami Fall Fishing Report
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Miami Fall Fishing Report

Miami Fall Fishing Report continues to be GEAT. Fishing off Miami and Miami Beach is getting better and better as the days move us Miami Fall Fishing Reportcloser to the winter months. Sailfish fishing on the deep reef continues to be excellent. We are catching Sailfish while trolling rigged Ballyhoo and fresh Bonita strips. Slow trolling with live small “bullets” bonita or kite fishing with live Blue Runners or Thread Herring has also been very productive. 

Miami Fall Fishing Report Mahi Mahi

Miami Fall Fishing Report Tuna and MahiAs the Fall weather begins to pull the water temperature down, Mahi Mahi also known as Dolphin Fish migrate close to the edge of the deep reef. This past week were were finding groups of “Gaffer” sized Dolphin in as shadow as 90 foot of water out to about 500 foot of water. Off Miami and Miami Beach that is from about one mile off the beach to about two and a half miles off the beach. Birds have been the key to finding the Mahi Mahi.  Frigate birds and small groups of Turns are the best at pointing out the Dolphin Fish. Either trolling a spread of rigged Ballyhoo and feather and small lure combinations have been very productive. We will also try to spot the fish moving through the water and cast small live Blue Runners at the individual fish. Both techniques have been productive.

Miami Fall Fishing Report Tuna & Kingfish 

Mixed in between the Sailfish and the Mahi Mahi have been quite a few Skipjack Tuna and Miami Fall Fishing Report girls with SailfishBlackfin Tuna. The Tunas have also been under the birds, especially the Turns. Trolling small feathers have been the most productive method of catching the tunas. Add in a “bird” teaser  in front of the feathers and you have just stepped up your game.

Kingfish have also been migrating through our area in as shallow as 40′ of water and out as deep as 200′ of water. About 130′ of water has been the most consistent depth. Most of the fish have been school size fish under about 15 pounds. Trolling planers with Drone spoons or fresh Bonita strips have worked best to target the Kingfish

Miami Fall Fishing Report… Let’s Go Fishing !

Let’s go…Spellbound’s Miami Fall Fishing Report  Fishing Miami or Deep Sea fishing Miami!  to become part of our Miami Charter Fishing Boats Still Catching Wahoo 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! 

Miami Fall Fishing Report

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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