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What's Hot Fishing Reports for Miami

What's Hot Offshore - July 15, 2019
The mahi fishing has been on fire and the fish are getting bigger as we get into the season. We are seeing fish under weed patches and birds with frigate birds being our best friend. Trolling or live baiting has been working best as well as getting an early start to beat the heat. by Dean Panos
What's Hot Inshore - February 24, 2014
The tarpon are eating shrimp real well in Biscayne Bay. WE are getting at least a few shots each evening. by Jason Sullivan
What's Hot Inshore - November 10, 2013
With the arrival of fall we have loads of bait throughout Biscayne Bay and the predators that follow them. Around Key Biscayne, trout fishing has been very good eating plastic shrimp under a cork and mackerel have been eating live pilchards very well. by Mo Estevez
What's Hot Inshore - March 6, 2013
Have been doing a lot of fishing lately in Biscayne Bay and have been getting into a pretty good Sea Trout bite. Most of the fish have been caught on artificial bait or shrimp under a popping cork. We have been catching good numbers and have been getting quite a few that are over 20 inches. by Alex Geneteau
What's Hot Inshore - March 6, 2013
Tarpon Tarpon and Shrimp. We are in one of the most exciting times of the year and we are targeting tarpon during the shrimp run. On any given night the shrimp have been running on the outgoing tides and the tarpon are waiting for them. We have also had some good bycatch including permit and snapper by Jeff Maggio
What's Hot Offshore - March 6, 2013
Offshore, the Sailfish have been biting good under kites. When the current is there we have doing well from 80 to 150 and along the edge. On the days it's a bit warm, the deep baits have been getting good action as well from kingfish, bonita and snapper. by Jeff Maggio
What's Hot Offshore - November 14, 2011
Lots of dolphin (mahi-mahi) action as the fish migrate south 200 - 450 ft. Sailfishing improves with each passing cold front 160 - 250 ft. Small blackfin tuna are responding well to live chumming technique 300 - 450 ft. Small sharks 200 - 450 ft. by Dave Kostyo
What's Hot Offshore - August 27, 2011
Swordfish _ Day or Night the action is picking UP! We caught swordfish in the last three night trips in a row, icluding a couple fish at or over 200 pounds. Dorado are also offshore and there have been kings, bonitas and some sailfish. Live threadfin herring have been the bait of choice. by Dean Panos
What's Hot Inshore - July 12, 2011
The snook and tarpon continue to be biting good with the outgoing tides happening in the evening now at the inlets. If you don't have a boat, than you can start targeting them on the beaches on the incoming tide when the trough is built up. DOA shrimp work good on the smaller to medium size fish. by Bouncer Smith
What's Hot Inshore - July 10, 2011
We have been targeting snook near the beaches and in government cut. The white bait is appearing on the beach. Fishing the outgoing tide at dusk or dawn has been best. The tarpon are there in good numbers but a bit picky eating. We have been doing well with live herring after dark. by Joe McGivern
What's Hot Offshore - July 10, 2011
Offshore the muttons have been biting very good. We have been getting them while tarpon fishing. Going off a bit further into about 100 ft there is a great variety of kingfish, blackfins, sailfish and dolphin. The blue water has been in close and there has been some current. Bait has been good by Joe McGivern
What's Hot Inshore - July 9, 2011
The snook and tarpon have been biting good. Target snook in the inlets on the outgoing tides preferably at night using white bait and small circle hooks depending on your bait size. Sardines have been working best. The bonefish on the flats of soldier key have been biting good after the rain. by Bouncer Smith
What's Hot Offshore - July 9, 2011
Dolphin have been pushing through with the south breezes. You don't have to go very far. If you don't see signs of mahi, then come back in the 90 to 120 range and target kingfish and blackfins (small) as they have been responding good to live bait especially if you have enough to chum with. by Bouncer Smith