It Didn’t take long after we left the dock to get our first fish on the golf stream is literally 2 miles away from our location in 10 to 15 minutes before lines and I told Mike he said where he lives in North Carolina he has to drive at least 80 miles to get into the gulfstream!

 I told them no worries buddy we will soon be hooking up and it wasn’t too much longer after that before we had a beautiful mahi-mahi in the 10 to 15 pound range after we secured that fish in the box we got bombarded by a wolf pack of mahi-mahi and before you know it everyone on the boat was on a fish we kept rolling around that day and we got into some blackfin tuna also between 250 to 650 feet of water the bite was red-hot that day literally every 10 to 15 minutes we had multiple hook ups 

So when you’re in Miami Beach and you want to do some deep-sea fishing never forget “only on the sea cross”

Fish Species: Mahi-mahi and Blackfin tuna
Bait Used: Ballyhoo and Bonita strips
Tackle Used: Conventional
Method Used: Trolling
Water Depth: 240-650
Water Temperature: 79
Wind Direction: N.e
Wind Speed: 10-15

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About The Author: Captain Rafael Mayans

Company: Sea Cross Deep Sea Fishing Miami

Area Reporting: Miami

Bio: I\'m Capt. Rafael Mayans and I\'ve been a Miami resident my entire life. Living and fishing here in Miami Beach has given me the opportunity to fish and explore some of the best fishing grounds the east coast has to offer - from the Florida Keys to pristine waters of the Bahamas. Fishing these waters i have gained the experience to give my clients the best possible chance for a successful and memorable fishing trip.

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