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Sailfish and Tuna Season

Capt. Tom Ivy
March 4, 2017
Miami Beach - Saltwater Fishing Report

Tis' the season for sailfish and tuna. At least that's what the waters have been giving us. The weather has been changing a lot every couple of days, so that tends to stir things up. Seems like the ship wrecks are "the spot" for red snappers and amberjacks when bottom fishing with live bait. Though the snapper have been smaller than usual it doesn't really matter when you're catching your limit (10 per person) because you still get plenty of meat for a decent fish fry. Tuna have been a constant bite and a couple mahi got thrown into the mix as well even though we haven't seen many of them this season. Looks like we can expect a steady generous season so call today and get on some fish!

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Tight lines,

Capt. Tom Ivy
305-345-9283
www.outcastcharterfishing.com

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OUTCAST offers private deep sea fishing charters for up to 6 passengers. We have morning, afternoon or full day trips available. Your charter rate already includes gratuity for our experienced Captain and Mate, as well as, all the bait, tackle, gear and fishing licenses you'll need. OUTCAST is fully loaded with 2 fighting chairs & all the latest electronics. A live well, outriggers and top-of-the-line fishing rods and tackle. Ice & coolers are already on board. Just bring your own food & drinks.

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OUTCAST Charter Fishing
5701 SW 210 Terrace
Southwest Ranches, FL 33332
Phone: 305-345-9283
Alt. Phone: 954-478-4318
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