It’s prime mahi-mahi fishing season in Miami, and fishermen are excited. May and June are the best times to catch these colorful, tasty fish. Fishing for mahi-mahi in the Florida Keys would be a great way to unwind this weekend.
Large mahi-mahi are easier to catch in the summer, and they weigh five to fifteen pounds. The big fish are a great bonus for fisherman, and an impressive catch. You might even catch a rare twenty-pound mahi-mahi.
The trick to mahi-mahi fishing is to follow frigate birds, which usually follow mahi-mahi schools. Sooty terns, another type of bird, also follow mahi-mahi. Find those birds, and you’re set.
Mahi-mahi also love to eat live pilchards as bait, which are also known as sardines. The mahi-mahi love the pilchards and can’t resist them. Cast a big cast net to get enough pilchards for your fishing trip. You can also use squid or bonito chunks as bait, if you can’t find live pilchards.
Don’t miss your chance to catch some colorful, tasty fish this summer. Remember, prime fishing season is May and June!
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