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Slow Today

Capt. Quinton Dieterle
November 19, 2014
Key Biscayne - Saltwater Fishing Report

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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 action but action of every other type. The birds were relentless
tearing up our baits as soon as you put them out, the Small sharks are thick, we caught 14 small black tips today, which also made it impossible and then the rain,lol. what can I say.
The good was the current was going north and the wind direction should bring in some fish in the next few days.We did fight to catch 6 nice Dolphin, a kingfish, some bonito and one tuna. I would expect by the weekend fishing would return to like it was early in the week.
If Sailfishing is on your agenda for this thanksgiving and christmas call now to reserve the days. Tight line
Q.

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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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Miami, FL 33157
Phone: 305-361-9740
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