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Haulover Inlet Fishing Reports


2018-06-07
5:17 PM

Clearing Skies and Good Fishing - We were rained in for three days but we finally got a break in the weather and we headed out fishing! The first thing we did in the morning was troll the reef for some fresh bait. It wasn't too long before we had a few barracuda and a couple macker more...
Capt. Ralph Mayans - Haulover Inlet


2018-06-07
3:40 PM

Good Bye Spring - May has produced a wide variety of fish this year inshore and offshore. May has always been my favorite month to sportfish South Florida do to the wide variety of species. Inshore has been delivering jack crevalles, tarpon, and some large snoo more...
Capt. Freddie David - Haulover Inlet


2018-05-08
3:25 PM

Good Action - Fishing has improved dramatically over the past few weeks as we approach our peak time. Starting May 1, the groupers, amberjacks, and hogfish are now open. The weather has been rough the past couple weeks but it is supposed to flatten out. I di more...
Capt. Freddie David - Haulover Inlet


2018-03-08
6:30 PM

Kingfish, Wahoo and Mahi-Mahi - What a great day fishing today for this family from Argentina. The day started out with the really nice Kingfish in the 25 pound range on the reef with a few mackerel mixed in. As we pushed off the reef, I hear Sergio tell me what a great way to st more...
Capt. Ralph Mayans - Haulover Inlet


2018-03-06
10:39 AM

Fishing's Heating UP - Fishing has picked up significantly over the past month. There have been some big numbers of sailfish seen on a regular basis. I think this has a lot to do with a severe weather system in the North East. Asides from the sailfish there have been some more...
Capt. Freddie David - Haulover Inlet


2018-01-30
7:20 PM

Wahoo Dinner - The day started out a little slow this morning - hooking up with just one bonita on the reef. The winds were blowing out of the northwest at about 15 to 20 knots. So we ventured out a little deeper and hooked up with some nice mahi-mahi. We also f more...
Capt. Ralph Mayans - Haulover Inlet


2018-01-30
7:05 PM

Windy and Slow Fishing - Fishing has been slow the past few weeks in Miami. It has been a struggle to put up a good catch. We have to work very hard to make results happen at the end of the day. Sixty miles north of us there has been an epic sailfish bite. Boats have been pu more...
Capt. Freddie David - Haulover Inlet


2018-01-03
6:14 PM

Hello 2018 - Happy New Year to all. Fishing has been getting better over the past weeks both inshore and offshore. Starting with the inshore, there have been a big school of tarpon traveling up and down the beach. They have been biting in the daytime as well more...
Capt. Freddie David - Haulover Inlet


2017-12-30
10:57 AM

Wintertime Fishing is Heating Up - Wintertime is finally here and the fishing is really starting to heat up. The reef is producing good catches of sailfish and mahi-mahi. There's also a good wahoo bite just outside the reef between 150 and 350 feet of water. We've been live baiting more...
Capt. Ralph Mayans - Haulover Inlet


2017-12-07
10:33 AM

Good Fun, Good People - Fishing is starting to heat up as we approach winter. The bait has been showing up and the predators have not been far behind. There have been a wide variety of species to catch over the past few weeks. Towards the beginning of November we have be more...
Capt. Freddie David - Haulover Inlet

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