Fishing Reports by Captain Orlando Muniz
About The Author:
Company: Nomad Fishing Charters
Area Reporting: Miami/Key Biscayne
Bio: Capt. Orlando Muniz has been fishing the waters off Miami, South Florida and the Keys for more than twenty years. During the last couple of years, he has been featured several popular angling magazines and web sites. Orlando has a degree and background in education that better equips him to share his knowledge with customers. Fishing has always been a passion of his - one which he truly enjoys passing on to others.
[Miami,FL] Now is a great time to wet a line in South Florida. Action has been real good on a bunch of the most popular species we encounter.
[Miami,FL] Spring is here and it is the best time to fish South Florida. Look to catch large kingfish, dolphin, tuna, and sailfish. Inshore we still have plenty of big tarpon.
[Miami,FL] Despite unusual weather this Spring, fishing has generally been pretty good. Now, Spring is here and and action should get even better.
[Miami,FL] July has been very good so far despite a few challenges with the weather. We're still catching tarpon in the bay and snapper on the reefs at night. Bonito are also thick over the reefs during the day.
[Miami,FL] Offshore the action is still pretty good even though it has tappered off a bit. Inshore we still have plenty of tarpon around the inlets and bridges to keep things interesting.
[Miami,FL] Spring fishing was great as we caught lots of sailfish, tuna, dolphin and snapper. Fishing has now switched gears into summer mode.
[Miami,FL] Winter fishing has been a lot of fun to say the least. Luckily we've been able to get in most trips despite some periods of wind ad rain. These trips have been loaded with smiles.
[Miami,FL] Fishing has been a bit on the slow side lately but with a little hard work we've been able to make some real nice catches. More sailfish should move in this week after the next cold fron moves through.
[Miami,FL] Fishing is heating up....unfortunately the weather has been less than cooperative. The good news is that I have upgraded the boat and we are ready to go. There are plenty of sailfish and tarpon in our sights.
[Miami,FL] Fishing has been generally very good for that last couple of months. The report below has some examples of what it's been like.
[Miami,FL] Fishing has been very good during the last few weeks and should continue to improve as we close out March and head into April. It's time to book your trip if you want to get in on the action.
[Miami,FL] January has had some really good fishing and those that have made it out have been rewarded. There have been a few days when conditions have been less that optimum.
[Miami,FL] If you're thinking about booking a fishing trip, now is a great time. The fishing has been good to excellent and the weather beautiful.
[Miami,FL] Fishing continues to be good even though the sailfish bite has slowed a bit. The weather is supposed to get cooler soon and that should spark up the action again. Mackerel and snapper are still biting very well.
[Miami,FL] The Miami fishing season is here and will be here for coming months. Look for excellent sailfish catches along with good amounts of kingfish, mahi, and spanish mackerel.
[Miami,FL] During the late summer months fishing can be inconsistent at times but if you put in some hard work it usually pays off. Plenty of fish are still being caught both live baiting and bottom fishing.
[Miami,FL] So far it has turned out to be an unusually windy summer. Luckily the fishing has been pretty good when we've been able to get out.
[Miami,FL] Fishing has changed a bit but continues to very good. We are catching fewer sailfish but a lot more mahi and snapper.
[Miami,FL] Now is the time to book you South Florida fishing charter. The next several weeks will be producing some of the best catches of the year. Aside from the excellent fishing the weather has also been improving.
[Miami,FL] April and May are undoubtedly two of the best months to fish South Florida. So far the action has not been dissapointing.
[Naples,FL] Back to back cold fronts continue to keep everyone guessing. On days when things normalize the fishing has been pretty good.
[Miami,FL] Look for some very nice mahi and kingfish to be caught while kite fishing for sails. Closer to shore there will herds of hungry tarpon waiting to gorge themselves during the shrimp runs. Also look for Spanish mackerel to be on the prowl around inlets and anywere were baitfish congregate. These fish are great target on artificials or even fly tackle when they are chummed up into a frenzy.
[Miami,FL] We are entering the best season of the year. Not only will be catching a lot of fish but also a lot of variety.
[Miami,FL] Look for the sailfishing to improve with each passing front. Closer to shore the mackerel action will continue to be strong and more consistent.
[Miami,FL] Fishing is about to shift into high gear. Now is the time to make plans for the upcoming season in order to achieve success.
[Miami,FL] During the slower months kingfish and yellowtail snapper have taken up the slack. Look for this pattern to continue along with some mahi mahi here real soon.
[Miami,FL] Westerly breezes earlier this month pushed the dolphin or mahi way offshore. Things will probably change soon as winds have switched around. Look for snapper fishing to remain strong for a while.
[Miami,FL] Fishing has been very good so far this June. Schools of dolphin or mahi mahi have moved in and providing steady action. All of the snapper species are on the reefs and keeping rods bent.
[Miami,FL] So far the month of May has arrived true to form. Many nice catches are occurring every day.
[Miami,FL] Despite many days of high winds and foul weather fishing has been generally good. April marks a transition period for South Florida anglers and great catches are just days away.
[Miami,FL] After a slow showing this winter, kingfish have finally showed up in large numbers. The schools of kingfish mixed in with the sailfish and mahi complete a nice mix of fish.
[Miami,FL] Fishing in South Florida has been red hot, especially for the high flying, tail walking sailfish. Besides the sails there have been some nice mahi and kings mixed in.
[Miami,FL] Fishing has finally hit full stride. Everything is starting to clik as it should for this time of the year.
[Miami,FL] Now is the time to get out there! Temperatures are falling and the fish are hungry.
[Miami,FL] Anglers have been enjoying the calmer weather and better fishing. Baitfish have been moving into our area sparking things up.
[Miami,FL] South Florida fishing continues to be pretty good with many surprises. Look for fishing to improve once things settle down again.
[Miami,FL] Even thought the waters are warm and many of the popular species are absent. There are still many angling opportunities that can be taken advantage of.
[Miami,FL] The warm weather has the dolphin pushing through. Besides the dolphin action there are also quite a few bonito and snapper biting.
[Miami,FL] June has something for everyone. Dolphin fishing should continue to get better and better. On the reefs the mutton snapper will be lurking during the day and night. Anglers trying to beat the heat can fish at night for mangrove snapper and yellowtail.
[Miami,FL] A variety of fish species are still swimming in our waters. Now is the time to take advantage of the warm weather and relatively calm seas. May is a great month to target several popular species.
[Miami,FL] The fishing action has taken off and is running on all cylinders. Anglers can pretty much take their pick from a myriad of species.
[Miami,FL] Spring is here and the fishing is hot. It seems like everthing we want is starting to show up. The best fishing is yet to come.
[Miami,FL] Despite a couple of slow days, most trips have proved to be quite exciting. During recent trips action has been pretty steady.
[Miami,FL] Despite highs and lows in the action most days are producing good catches. Late February should bring us a lot more action.
[Miami,FL] The New Year will probably be one of the best years ever. There are many new things happening that should keep things fun and interesting.
[Miami,FL] December has gotten off to a good start. Hopefully the fishing will continue to heat up as the weather cools.
[Miami,FL] Looks like winter fishing is here to stay. Action should get better and better for the next few months.
[Miami,FL] Fishing during the month of Novemeber has been pretty good. Most of the best fishing has ocurred right after the passing of cold fronts. The pattern should continue for the next few months.
[Miami,FL] South Florida is currently going through a transitional period in it's fishing action. It's the time of year when falling temperatures drive baitfish South and winter time fishing begins to take form.
[Miami,FL] After a long hot summer it's time for a long awaited change in the weather. The next few months promise to bring excellent fishing opportunities.