Miami Fishing Charters Report – Wreck Fishing October
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Miami Fishing Charters Report, as the water cools the wrecks off Miami and Miami Beach come alive.  We see Snapper, Almaco Jacks, Amberjacks and Grouper on the wrecks in the fall.  This past week Capt. Manny and Capt. Chris caught a 90 pound Warsaw Grouper  and we have been catching full limits of Vermillion Snapper.  We have also been catching quite a few Almaco Jacks and we had our first Amberjack over 60 pounds this week.

Miami Fishing Charters Report - Wreck Fishing October SnapperMiami Fishing Charters Report – The Teckniques.

Dropping a small live bait Bonitos on long leaders has produced steady action with larger Amberjack and larger Almaco’s.  Fishing the bottom with up and down rigs IE “chicken rigs” is producing great catches of Vermillion Snapper and the smaller Almaco Jacks.  Fishing larger cut bait on a 125 lb leader on a 100 lb rod  has been the best way to target those big Warsaw Groupers.

Miami Fishing Charters Report- The Conditions.

We have had just perfect wreck fishing conditions.  Light north current and light south east winds keep us on the wrecks while the north currents get the fish eating.  With calm seas the conditions to have great catch could not have been better.

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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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