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Slow Dolphin Fishing continues

Capt. Quinton Dieterle
September 8, 2016
Key Biscayne - Saltwater Fishing Report

As we mentioned in past reports the Dolphin fishing is the worst in years, and no body is sure why. Last year was the best in decades, how could it turn so bad? Possibly long liners to the north, or a lack of bait in the area. Nobody knows for sure. It could be the season is going to pick up late, that is what we are all hoping. There have been some signs of things taking a turn for the better, some nice catches last week but nothing consistent.

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On the edge there have been some nice sailfish catches, we had several days with 2 and 3 fish. Lots on bonito and some wahoo, on the troll with the occasional Dolphin. Bait has been good on the markers

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Key Biscayne Fishing Forecast:

Hoping for better Dolphin fishing and Sailfish should continue to pick up, especially offshore if you find them balling sardines.

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