Miami Fishing Report July Sharks
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Miami Fishing Report July Sharks…

Todays Miami Fishing Report  is about fishing for July Sharks. Summer time Shark fishing of Miami & Miami Beach has been the best it has been in years.  We are seeing a wide variety of Sharks of shore.  This past wee we caught a rare “Cuban” Night Shark in only about 400 foot of water.  Capt. Manny this week has caught  an almost 11 foot Great “Gray” Hammer Head shark over the past week Our Deep Sea Fishing trips have also yielded for our customers “Golden” Scalloped Hammer Head Sharks, Bull Sharks & Sand Bar Sharks.

Miami Fishing Report July Sharks are Bitting !

We are finding great Shark fishing in waters as deep as 500 foot  and as shallow os the top of the reef in 80 foot of water.   The sharks are where the food is, finding what food they are feeding on is the real challenge.  The best summer shark baits have been Little Tunny and Blackfin Tuna.  We have found fish in all parts of the water column.  We have been hooking up on the bottom bait, the mid water bait and the surface bait.

Miami Fishing Report July Sharks… Book Your Adventure !

So you want to go shark fishing… Look no farther you have found the right place.  You can contact Capt. Jay through E-Mail… Click Here !  Or on his cell phone at (305) 785-0552 or by text is great.  You can also book directly online on our…  On Line Booking Calendar… Click Here !

Well thats our Miami Fishing Report July Sharks… See you on the rip !

 

Miami Fishing Report July Sharks

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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