Woke up this morning around 645 grab my cuppa coffee and I headed out the door I picked up Sheldon Hubbard and We headed to Haulover once we arrived I knew I had fresh ballyhoo left over from the day before we went live baiting at the north boil After catching a few yellow tail Snapper I heard of Ballys came into our Chum slick So I went ahead and the salon and I grab my 15 foot cast net All I needed was one throw I had over 10 dozen Bally’s So we had plenty of trolling Baits this morning The day was looking really nice it was a Southeast when 5 to 10 minutes seas were less than 2 feet after loading Rhe icebox And drink coolers before I knew it Randy and his crew were here we normally take six persons but I told Randy right now Miami Dade is only permitting four persons only It was no problem a matter fact it was only three in his group this time so it was perfect we went ahead and loaded up the Seacross and headed out of the inlet we have a  outgoing Today Sheldon tells me I told him great we also are a little overcast today we should hook up with you nice blackfins days like this our ideal blackfin tuna have very good eyesight overcast they seem to bite

More aggressively I noticed the planer Trips fish on Sheldon tells me as Randy reels in a nice king fish over 15 pounds on the drone spoon After we head south about an hour I start heading offshore I always like to stop around 600+ feet and drop for a few tile fish now and then we hook up a few snowy grouper’s also we didn’t have much luck on the Tilefish drops so we went ahead Put the spread back out and started trolling it wasn’t too long before that that we hooked up a few really nice black fins all over 20 pounds Miami Beach deep-sea fishing this time Of year especially now in the beginning of the spring time/summer the fishing really picks up either live biating trolling or deep dropping Miami fishing charters usually produce quality fish this time of year Night time Mutton snapper fishing Should start picking up on the next full moon find yourself a good bottom and anchor up make sure you have a good current and you should be in good shape Fresh cut is my bait of choice goggle eye heads Are one of my favorites make sure that you always squish your head before Dropping and remember relax and let it lay baby it shouldn’t take too long before you have one of those tasty little treat on the end of your line so hopefully as we all start getting life back to normal due to this Covid 19 Anglers will soon start getting back on the water so I got your deep-sea fishing trip a board Seacross today and give Captain Ralph a ring he will be more than happy to get your group out and remember for maximum right now thank you and tight lines captain Ralph and stay safe www.seacrossfishingmiami.com

Fish Species: Blackfin Tuna
Bait Used: Fresh cut bait ballyhoos
Tackle Used: Spinning and conventional
Method Used: Trolling as live baiting
Water Depth: 335
Water Temperature: 84
Wind Direction: Se
Wind Speed: 5-10

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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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