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Key Biscayne Fishing Reports

9:21 AM

Charter Boat Cutting Edge off miami is Catching Dolphin & Sails - The conditions a favorable for Dolphin and thats what were catching, along with a few sailfish and kingfish. The Dolphin have been in 400 ft and eating live bait best. Sailfish action is steady but not as good as it should be. But that could change a more...
Capt. Quinton Dieterle - Key Biscayne

10:00 PM

Sailfish Bite is on - The seas were rough but it was worth it. Sailfish action hit a peak on saturday and sunday as some boats hit double digits. We fished a 3/4 day on saturday and had 14 bites and caught 10. Sunday we had a short day and had 4 bites and caught one. Bu more...
Capt. Quinton Dieterle - Key Biscayne

9:24 PM

Slow Today - What seemed like the perfect weather and conditions proved not so perfect today. To be honest the fishing was really slow. We fished hard with live threads and blue runners and could hardly keep the baits in the water. But not for the great fish acti more...
Capt. Quinton Dieterle - Key Biscayne

10:00 PM

Good Fishing - Miami is starting to heat up! Sailfish action on the edge is really good when the conditions are right. And Dolphin are still around. The sailfish have been best to the south the last couple of days with some good days off Bear Cut and the Boil. The more...
Capt. Quinton Dieterle - Key Biscayne

5:46 AM

Sailfish action continues to improve with big catches - Not only is the Dolphin season dragging into november but the sailfish action is beginning to get really good. Dolphin are still out in about 1200 ft and under grass and floaters. There have not been as many birds lately but the fish are there. On th more...
Capt. Quinton Dieterle - Key Biscayne

9:33 PM

Winds up but fishing has not lived up to expectations this week -

You would have expected the fishing to be red hot with the stronger north wind the last couple of days but that was not the case this week. We have been seeing a few sailfish, but no as expected/ today we did have more...
Capt. Quinton Dieterle - Key Biscayne

3:47 PM

Summer Dolphin Action - This summer has produced the most consistent Dolphin action we have had in many years. Most days we have been able to find them even on half days. The best action has been on low wind days when the weed lines and floaters have had a chance to gather more...
Capt. Nel Martinez - Key Biscayne

5:21 AM

Mahi fishing great - Mahi (dolphin) fishing has been great the last week. We had 30/40 fish each day this week. Some nice wahoo this week to. more...
Capt. Quinton Dieterle - Key Biscayne

6:13 AM

A couple Photos of whats going on - Photos of whats going on more...
Capt. Quinton Dieterle - Key Biscayne

9:36 PM

Black Fin tuna take over - With the summer here, the Tuna and Dolphin are taking over. Early morning and late afternoon is the best but you might catch one anytime. Dolphin are showing up but are small as of now. Sailfish, are also still around and some bottom fish to make i more...
Capt. Quinton Dieterle - Key Biscayne

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