Another week means another opportunity to see where the best fishing activity is happening. With the temperatures pushing the upper 90s, it’s a perfect time to see what’s going on around the Florida waters.
Your best bet this week is daytime bottom fishing off of the Miami shores which has seen lots of activity from yellowtail, mutton, and mangrove snappers hanging out near the reefs. Bonitos, pilchards, and ballyhoo have also been quite active.
If you happen to be close to the waters of Key Biscayne, Crandon Park Marina is reporting offshore activity from dolphin fish as well as blackfin tuna. The tuna are being found in schools in waters between 200 to 300 feet. Your best bet to catch them would likely be using strip baits and trolling feathers. Speaking of marinas, mangrove, mutton and yellowtail snappers are being seen over by Haulover Marina.
Nighttime bottom fishing is attracting fish like mangrove snappers as well as yellowtails and mutton snappers over in the Keys. Islamorada is also active with swordfish and dolphin fish activity.
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