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Spring is Here and it's Red HOT Offshore

Capt. Ralph Mayans
March 20, 2014
Haulover Inlet - Saltwater Fishing Report

When we find frigate birds, it's a good bet you'll be on some mahi-mahi shortly thereafter. Just ask Tim McGuire and Gang from Dickinson, Texas. They came down on a business trip and did some pretty nice fishing. We trolled fresh ballyhoos and islander lures which paid large dividends.

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Look for birds and floaters and you'll find mahi-mahi. On the reefs the kings also have started their spring migration, with 20-30 lb. fish common. Larger kings, up to fifty pounds, have been eating goggle eyes on flat lines. We have been seeing the kingfish bite between 130-140 ft. So get out on the water Spring time is here!

Capt Ralph
www.seacrossfishingmiami.com
Cell: 305-773-2282

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SeaCross sportfishing charters of Miami offers 3 charter boats to choose from. Our deep sea fishing boats are a pair of air conditioned, custom rigged, Hatteras sportfishing yachts. Our third vessel, is a bay boat used primary for fishing the inshore and nearshore waters of Miami, FL. We’re located in Haulover Park, halfway between Miami and Ft. Lauderdale, and are just minutes from any location in Miami-Dade or Broward county

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Seacross Sportfishing, Inc.
330 NW 151 Street
Miami, FL 33169
Phone: 305-773-2282
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