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Mahi slow up a bit but black fins rebound

Capt. Quinton Dieterle
July 5, 2016
Key Biscayne - Saltwater Fishing Report

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With the mahi mahi fishing on a slow down the black fin tuna bite has been on. 200 to 300 ft has been the area of concentration from south of fowey to north of the cut. Small feathers and strip baits are getting most of the action. The mahi, are still around but very slow right now, I expect that they will pick up soon.

Key Biscayne Fishing Forecast:

Better Fishing for Mahi Mahi in the next few weeks. expecially if the winds pick up some from the south east. tight lines

Target Species:

Black Fin tuna and Mahi

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