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Spring Sailfish and Cobia

Capt. Ralph Mayans
April 3, 2015
Haulover Inlet - Saltwater Fishing Report

Springtime is here and fishing for sailfish is in full throttle. These are beautiful fish and always a welcome and reliable catch while live baiting of Miami Beach. Most of our half-day charter fishing trips are finding cooperative kingfish on the reef, in about 125 feet of water. These fish are eating chrome spoons and bonito strips on planers. When fishing for the sailfish, we are using live flippers on flatlines. Over the wrecks we've also been seeing some nice cobia in the 15 to 30 pound range. The firm, light flesh of cobia fillets make them a tops for table fare.

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Capt. Ralph
www.seacrossfishingmiami.com
Cell: 305-773-2282
Fax: 305-865-7713

Target Species:

Sailfish, Cobia and Kingfish

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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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