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Mahi bite still hot -

Capt. Jim Black
November 22, 2015
Jupiter - Saltwater Fishing Report

Deep sea fishing is all weather and conditions related. The weather had been rough all week, but finally laid down enough Saturday that we could fish (rained all day today and a cold front coming through tonight - it'll be 5-6 days before the seas lay down enough to fish again).

The early bite was slow with nothing but scattered weed everywhere that only fouled our hooks. Around 11:30, we found a defined rip and weed line in 200' east of Jupiter Inlet and had it all to ourselves. We put out live Blue Runners and quickly caught 4 Mahi. Called it a day around 12:30 with rains building.

The north current was roughly 3 mph and the water temp was 80 degrees.

Jupiter Fishing Forecast:

The first real cold front of the year is coming through this week and that means the Sailfish bite should start to turn and we can target the species. It also means windy days and rougher seas. When booking a charter, definitely look for one that will take you kite fishing. If you've never done it, it's a whole new way of catching Sailfish and definitely works.

Target Species:

Mahi Mahi (Dolphin) and Sailfish

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Offshore charter fishing Jupiter, FL at it's finest on the Black Attack. It's just a short boat ride to the ledge and you're catching Sailfish, Mahi Mahi, Tuna, Kingfish and any number of other pelagic species. Our primary goal is to ensure that everyone on board has a day of fun. We are a personal charter perfect for families, novices and avid anglers alike. Since fishing isn't "catching", we offer a "catch a fish guarantee" for those days the fish just don't want to cooperate.

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Black Attack Fishing
6171 Sand Pine Court
Jupiter, FL 33458
Phone: 561-632-7262
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