Now that the cold front has come and gone, deep sea fishing aficionados should start to find highly agreeable fishing conditions, leading to great opportunities to potentially catch large swordfish, wahoo, and kingfish.
Prior to the arrival of the cold front and the large waves it caused, there was a fair amount of fifty pound kingfish and wahoos live baiting and trolling. Daytime swordfishing also resulted in fishes more than 500 pounds.
In other news, urban canals turned out to be great opportunities for fly fishing during the past week, particularly for peacock bass. One fisherman managed to catch over thirty peacocks weighing six pounds in just two days of fly fishing within the C-100 Canal and C-8 in the cities of Kendall and Miami Lakes, respectively. In the C-9 of Miami Gardens, peacocks were also quite active, resulting in 35 peacocks caught weighing just over five pounds.
Have you been fishing lately and if so, where have you seen the most fishing activity?
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