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Red Hot Biscayne Bay Fishing

Capt. Mo Estevez
May 7, 2011
Biscayne Bay - Saltwater Fishing Report

Fishing has been red hot in Biscayne Bay. Today was an example of what's been going down lately, non-stop fish all day long. We started the day with slick clam conditions and tailing permit on the west side of Biscayne Bay. Later we focused on migrating Oceanside tarpon and had numerous shots at south bound fish and many more strings of rolling fish moving across our bow. Slick clam conditions allow us to see rolling tarpon from a long distance away, making any angler weak at the knees with excitement and anticipation, what a sight to behold all spring long and into the summer! We then switched gears and fished for bonefish. We had a few shots but not the numbers I am happy with so we changed locations. More permits later we arrive at the flat I had expected to see some bones and sure enough, like clockwork the schools started to show. We ended the day covered in singles, doubles, triples and schools of big mudding bonefish. What a way to end the day. Get out there and make that drag scream!

Capt. Mo Estevez
www.NewDawnCharters.com
786-853-1409

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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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