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Good Kingfish and skip jack tuna

Capt. Quinton Dieterle
October 2, 2017
Key Biscayne - Saltwater Fishing Report

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Some Dolphin (mahi) Some Sailfish Some Bonito, but lots of small black fin (5 to 10 pounds) and Skip Jack Tuna. Trolling small feathers and plugs we are finding plenty of these good eating fish in 400 to 600 ft of water. In closer on the edge there has been consistent king fish action using the planers and spoons. That action has been in 50 to 140 ft. Still some sailfish around and that will only get better. Their have been lots of bait pushing down the edge, mostly mullet right now but more sardines and herring should follow.

Key Biscayne Fishing Forecast:

Looks like a windy start to the week but if the weather permits the fishing should remain good for kings, tuna and more sailfish action

Target Species:

Kings , Tuna, Sailfish

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The Cutting Edge is a Custom 46 Hatteras. It has been totally customized to Quinton Specifications and is one of the top fishing machines in the Miami Area. It is Clean as they come and has all the top equipment required to compete in the top touraments and to give our customers the best possible chance achiving there goals. Quinton is a graudate of Florida State University. and is a Miami Native. Quinton has won all the billfish tournaments in Miami at least once and has 10 top captain awards

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Cutting Edge
17203 SW 79 Place
Miami, FL 33157
Phone: 305-361-9740
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