It’s the first week of June and a new opportunity to take a look at this week’s best fishing bets here in Florida. We’ll kick things off with Haulover Inlet where five to twenty pound kingfish have been quite active during the morning hours at 100 to 180 feet of water. These depths are also seeing lots of activity from fish like bonitos, sailfish, and blackfin tuna. Head out a little deeper to 600 or 1,000+ feet and chances are you’ll come across dolphin activity ranging from schoolie-size to over thirty pounds.
Over in the Keys, dolphins are also quite active as well as deepwater tilefish and snapper when currents have eased up. Yellowtail snapper has been especially good on the reefs while sailfish and kingfish are also being found in large numbers just outside the reef. Porgies, grouper, snapper and hogfish can be found on the patch reefs.
Explore the Gulf and Florida Bay all the way to Flamingo to find snook by the shoreline. You may also have some luck finding tarpon but the bait typically used for catching these fish are being eaten by sharks.
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