In the past, April through May was deemed the best time to increase your odds of catching dolphin, but that is no longer. Instead, you may find that August and September will provide better opportunities to catch the fierce, colorful sea dweller in the waters of South Florida.
While there are no definitive scientific facts to back up this change in dolphin fishing, the Miami Herald does highlight the theories provided by some fishermen. For example, one man says that the reason for the fall becoming a more active dolphin season is the rise in water temperature.
It's arguable fish can adapt to conditions genetically. Simply put, the “less intelligent” fish get trapped and the intelligent ones survive. So it's possible that modern dolphin doesn’t bite as enthusiastically as it once did, and they're also using different migratory routes to escape the South Florida fishing pressure.
If you want to try catching dolphin this fall, call THERAPY-IV today to book your deep sea fishing trip.
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