Fishing Reports

Got a call from Tibor stating his grandson wanted to catch some fish. We met up at Spinnaker marina at set out.  Joshua was an energetic, knowledgeable, polite young man of 7 years of age.  We set up on a grass flat and put out the chum,  immediately we caught several pinfish, jacks, blue runners, snappers, and ballyhoo. Joshua made quick work of all the fish, fighting them beautifully.  Look out everybody we have a new finatic fisherman, ready to take on any fish! Go Joshua!  Capt Matt

Miami Fishing has been hit or miss to say the least.  You need to work hard like finding good wclean white meat and are very tasty water, floating debri or looking for birds.   We have caught kingfish and some dolphin lately. A good way to load up some groceries is to head offshore and deep drop for some rosefish until the cold fronts start coming our way. These rosefish  have clean white meat and are very tastey!   Capt. Matt

Miami Fall Fishing Charters

Keith Kirk from Port St. Lucie and Steve, fished with us for a day trip. We started off around 100 ft trolling,and kept making passes around some anchored boat,  quickly hooking upwith  double kings everytime we hit the same spot.


Keith and Steve both did great jobs fighting those feisty kingfish.  Moved out to catch some snapper and also nice size dolphin.Another nice day out in the deep!

It has been sometime since my last report, and I definitely need to do a better job!  First the story is the wind, since around 2 months it has been howling making only a day or 2 a week available for fishing.  Some days have been good and some not so good. Its like a yoyo, up and down. The majority of sailfish have been up north near the Ft. Pierce area as we speak. We have been getting a few shots of sailfish despite the big body of them still torwards the north. The cold fronts are pusing through now , and our fishing will only get better. Bottom fishing has been up and down also but the deeper fish are cooperating. Lets get out there! Capt Matt

We have had a few trips lately that were tough fishing. We caught plenty of live bait, dropped on some wrecks but didn't have great luck.  We did manage some bonitos and a few sharks. So until the current  returns, which can be anyday, we have been going offshore for great edible eats.  The black belly rosefish and the golden tiles have all  been biting well.  These deep dwellers are some of the best eating fish in the sea, with pure white fillets.  The golden tile are also called the poor mans lobster, which are amazing.  Up in the northern atlantic,  you need to travel 60-80 miles offshore for these creatures, while here in south Florida its just a few miles out!  Our last few trips we have limited out on tilefish which is 1 per person Steve from Hallandale and the next trip with Angelo and Tony from Conneticut.   Lets go get some! Capt Matt

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