Fishing in August
August 30, 2015 Key Biscayne 10 photos

Trip Summary

Well August was a great month for being on the water. Between diving and fishing we had some great trips. In Biscayne bay the fishing was good with daily catches of snapper, barracudas, dolphin, and some grouper. The diving/snorkeling has also been just as good, with nice clean water we had perfect conditions for finding lobster and spear fishing. Also the night fishing has been just as good with good catches just about every night. At night we are catching nice snook and tarpon in the inlet and around the dock lights around miami beach with some nice mangrove snapper mixed in. Make sure you book your trip today!!!
Alex Genetau
Key-biscayne, Florida, United States
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