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Biscayne Bay

Capt. Mo Estevez
November 25, 2010
Biscayne Bay - Saltwater Fishing Report

On this gorgeous day Dr. Carlos Velazqo occupied the bow for some Biscayne Bay west side fishing action. We started the morning in some familiar creeks that have been holding large numbers of active snook and sure enough, they were there. We were treated to a recurring scenario this time of year, mullet schools showering, snook popping and the sweet sound of baits being demolished all around the west side of the bay. We also saw small schools of small reds, always a welcome sight indicating a reproducing population. With many opportunities but no snook released we changed plans and decided to fish for trout, something I seldom do but is always fun. For the next hour the trout fishing was off the charts, with more double headers than we cared to keep track of. A good number of the fish were in the 20 plus inch range and hitting artificial and flies with reckless abandon. Getting our fill of trout, we briefly checked the finger channels for muttons and mackerels but no one home.

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Happy Thanks Giving!

Capt. Mo Estevez
www.NewDawnCharters.com
305-495-7397

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Capt. Mo Estevez specializes in light tackle fishing Miami's Biscayne Bay for Bonefish, Permit, Tarpon and more. Call Capt. Mo today to book an exciting day aboard his new Hewes and let him lead you to a lifetime of memories.

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