Spring Fishing in Miami, FL is Here

Miami Fishing Report Spring Fishing is Here and so is some of the best action of the year. All of the different methods of fishing we do are producing great results…

Live bait Fishing has produced some great Sailfish catches and some of the largest Sharks of the year. We have caught Sailfish over six and a half feet long and Hammer Head Sharks to almost 11 feet long. We are proud to say that all of our Sharks and Sailfish have been released to fight again! The trolling action has been just great. Some days we have seen limits of King fish for our anglers with lots of Little Tunny Tuna mixed in. Most of that action is in about 100′ to 160′ of water , just a bit over a mile off shore of Miami and Miami Beach. Other days have produced nice catches of Mahi Mahi and football size Black Fin Tuna. Sailfish and a few nice Wahoo have also been in the mix. Most of that action has been in about 300′ to about 500′ of water. All less than three miles off the beach

Wreck Fishing Has Been Hot Over the Last Several Weeks

The wrecks off Miami and Miami Beach have been producing some of our largest Amberjack of the year. We have seen fish to almost 80 pounds this season. If you are looking for smaller action the Vermillion Snapper fishing has also been quite good.Grouper season opens once again on May 1st so we are exited to once again target the many great species of grouper that we find on our many ship wrecks and reefs.

Capt. Jay Cohen

Capt. Jay owns and operates the Miami fishing charter Capt. Jay’s Deep Sea Fishing. Capt. Jay has fished Miami for more than 40 years and holds several I.G.F.A world records and has won multiple tournaments, including the METT tournament and the fun fish boat in the Miami Billfish tournament. Capt. Jay discovered a new species of tilefish and had the honor of naming the fish (Bahama Tiger Tilefish).
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