The bite is heating up in Biscayne Bay. Great thing this time of year is the variety of species available...
Monday, April 14, 2014 at 7:01PM
Robert Munoz

 

Grouper and snapper have been responding very well to live bait. There have been plenty of large mangrove and mutton snapper around, as well as keeper-size gag grouper.  All though, grouper must be released unharmed until May 1st, they are still great sport, especially on light tackle. Anyone looking for a fish that really pulls hard, shallow water gags are the way to go.  We've had them doing back-flips out of the water and we've had some explosive surface hits, even got a few on fly just for fun.

Snook are another species that have been very active lately. There seem to be good numbers around, and they will absolutely pound a live pilchard, but they'll eat a well-presented artificial, as well. Along with the species that we've had on the last couple trips, there are plenty of others to target, those being barracuda & sharks, tarpon, bonefish, permit and over-size redfish.  Those are all possible but we just haven't had the time in a day's fishing to do it all. I have a few days available in the coming months, so give me a call and let's go catch some fish and make some memories! 

 

   

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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