The year may have gotten off to a slow start, but ten months in it seems like 2015 is actually going to be the best year for dolphin fishing in quite some time. For the most part, the bite has remained good to excellent and with fish expected to migrate south, there are high odds that fishing aficionados will continue to see even more activity as the rest of the year progresses.
An essential step that fishers are taking is seeking out floating weed mats and blue waters. It's in these waters where a fisher may want to pitch out a bit of live mullet or sardine chunks. These baits can prove useful in attracting the fish towards the boat and drawing them away from the larger weed mat sections.
In other fishing related news, fifteen-year-old Kyle Falbo of Miami Beach was crowned the Top Junior Boy after he successfully caught a blackfin tuna and a 17-pound black grouper. He also released a 25-pound tarpon and a massive 200-pound bull shark.
Those of you looking for largemouth bass in the Everglades may have a bit of a harder time due to the higher water levels caused by the considerable amounts of rain lately. Because of these levels, the bass are having an easier time accessing the marshy interiors.
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