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A few weeks of good fishing

Capt. Jorge Fernandez
April 20, 2011
Miami - Saltwater Fishing Report

The Yellowtail Snapper bite has been very consistent on the reefs South of Fowey Rocks. In the past month my customers have taken home quit a few snapper diners.

Let's start with Hector, Eric and Edwin who fished with me on a beautiful Saturday morning. We fished Triumph Reef between 50' and 70' using Silver Sides and Bonito chunks, within 3 hours or so we had our limit of Yellowtails, 3 Bonitos and released a beautiful Black Grouper.

On March 27th I fished with Matt and 3 of his buddies. Due to time restrictions they only had time for a four hour afternoon trip, we fished the county wreck only had a Black Fin Tuna to show for our efforts.

On April 9th I fished with Gary, Martin and their sons, they wanted to catch some snappers for a get together they were having that evening. We fished Triumph Reef again between 50' and 70' using Silver Sides and Bonito chunks, within a few hours we had our limit of Yellowtails, 2 Bonitos, 3 massive Nurse Sharks and released a beautiful Black Grouper.

The next trip was with Frank, George, Andrew and Luke, George and Andrew were in town for Franks wedding and wanted to bend some rods before the festivities begun. On this day the conditions were less than favorable with dirty water and a South current so I decided to run South in search of better conditions. I found cleaner water South of TR2 and decided to give it a shot. We ended the day with 2 Barracudas, 10 Yellowtails and a Cero Mackerel.

We can expect good catches of Dolphin (Mahi-Mahi) and Snappers. The Snapper fishing will continue to improve through the summer months. If you have any questions or want to enjoy a day of fishing with friends and family give me a call. I still have plenty of dates available for May and June.

Mention this report and receive 10% off a full day charter.

Captain Jorge Fernandez
786-229-2847 Cell
jorge@luckyhookcharters.com
www.luckyhookcharters.com

Miami Fishing Forecast:

The Snapper fishing will continue to improve as summer approches. The Dolphin (Mahi-Mahi) have not made a strong showing yet but it should happen any day now.

Target Species:

Yellowtail Snapper, Mangrove Snapper, Mutton Snapper, Grouper, Dolphin (Mahi-Mahi)

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Lucky Hook Charters is owned and operated by Capt. Jorge Fernandez. He has been fishing out of Miami for over 20 years. Jorge has perfected techniques that catch fish. He is a U.S. Coast Guard approved licensed captain whose top priorities are your Safety and Comfort. The Lucky Hook II is a 25' SeaCraft fishing machine. Enjoy 360 degrees of unobstructed fishing that features plenty of cockpit space for big fishing action with lots of elbow room.

Contact Info:

Lucky Hook Charters
18702 NW 90 Ave.
Hialeah, FL 33018
Phone: 786-366-7610
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