Great time to fish Miami
November 11, 2016 Key Biscayne 7 photos
Grouper (Gag)
Grouper (Gag)
Snapper (Mangrove)
Snapper (Mangrove)
Snapper (Mutton)
Snapper (Mutton)

Trip Summary

Like I have said in my previous posts, this is my favorite time of the year to fish and so far it has not disappointed. The bait has finally settled into its usual routine and we are finding it with ease just about every time we go out. It's so thick that with one throw of the 12ft cast net we are catching more bait then we could ever want. The hot bite continues to come from the snapper, grouper, jacks, and barracudas. On our past trips we have been catching some good sized mutton snapper and mangrove snapper which are one of the best eating in my opinion. When we can get them out of the structure with the light tackle that we are using we have landed some nice groupers and lost some nice groupers, but that's fishing. At night the snook are still hanging around in good numbers and the tarpon are making there second appearance for the year and when the tide is right they are eating everything in sight. Miami is a great place to be this time of the year so if you have t experienced it before get down here and book a trip so you don't miss out on the action. Don't wait BOOK YOUR TRIP TODAY!!!!!
Alex Genetau
Key-biscayne, Florida, United States
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Great time to be fishing in Miami
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