Another week, another opportunity spotlight where all of the fishing activity is going on in South Florida. For today’s blog we’ll begin with the Florida Bay where sea trout and mangrove snappers have been seen in the channels. In fact, there have been reports of tripletail fish literally jumping into fishing boats.
Miami offshore fishing hasn’t been quite that spectacular but it is certainly worth giving it a shot. Just outside the outer reef, plenty of bonitos and even some wahoo have been spotted along with kingfish and a couple of sailfish. A little further offshore near the Gulfstream edge blackfin tuna have been seen. Over near Port Everglades, kingfish, barracudas, blackfin tuna and bonitos are aplenty at depths of 120 feet.
Moving over to the Keys, mangrove and yellowtail snappers are quite active along with a few red groupers. Sharks have also been seen, including nurse sharks, big lemon sharks, and there was even one report of a hammerhead shark being caught.
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