October fishing in Miami
October 14, 2016 Key Biscayne 5 photos
Snapper (Mangrove)
Snapper (Mangrove)
Snapper (Mutton)
Snapper (Mutton)

Trip Summary

Like I mentioned in my last report, October is one of the best months out of the year to be fishing and so far it has not disappointed. The mullet run is in full swing now and the fishing couldn't be better. During the day we are catching Mutton snapper from 5-15 lbs, Mangrove snapper up to 20 inches, Yellow jacks up to 12lbs, and some big hungry Barracudas. All my fishing is done on light tackle, 15lb braided line with 20-30lb fluorocarbon leader, which makes for a great fight with these fish. If you like constant rod bending action and drag screaming fun this is the trip for you. If Snook is what you are after they are biting eat good at night around the inlets and bridges around Miami Beach, and there are some big ones lurking around right now. Don't miss out on the fun and BOOK YOUR TRIP TODAY!!!!! Capt. Alex Geneteau
Alex Genetau
Key-biscayne, Florida, United States
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Great time to be fishing in Miami
Great time to be fishing in Miami
November 29, 2016
This time of the year the fishing and weather are at there best and lately it has not disappointed. The weather has been almost perfect for this time of the year and we are not even breaking a sweat while we are out on the water. The best bite has been during the day in Biscayne Bay. The bait is still around and plentiful and we are having no problem finding it and then filling the livewell with more then we need. Lately the snappers have been the stars of the show and have not disappointed. We have been catching some really nice Mangrove snapper up to 5lbs and on light tackle they are a blast. We have also been catching out fair share of Mutton snappers but most have been just a little to small to keep but we have caught some big ones as well. If you are looking for non stop action from some toothy critters the Barracudas are making there move into the bay and we have had some exciting action from them. In my opinion the Barracuda is the most understated game fish that we have, they are aggressive, pull drag, have teeth, and are a blast to catch. In my opinion you couldn't ask for anything more from a fish. The Yellowjacks have also been around lately and when you can get them fired up they are like a pack of piranhas eating everything that swims and it is a lot of fun to watch them chase down and eat your bait off the surface of the water. If Tarpon is something you are looking to target then the wait is almost over. Any time now the shrimp should start running at night and the Tarpon will not be far behind. It is primarily a night time bite this time of the year and you get to see the glitz and glam of Miami from the water at night while doing battle with the mighty silver king. What else could you ask for. The fishing is good so don't miss out and BOOK YOUR TRIP TODAY!!!!