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Fishing in Miami

Capt. Dennis Forgione
December 23, 2008
Miami - Saltwater Fishing Report

South Florida has had some excellent fishing over the last couple weeks. As the weather cooled down the sailfish followed through. Catching at least three on the last 3 trips with a couple dolphin in the 8-10 pound class that were comming through with the sails. We've spent some time anchored and wreck fishing which has really paid off. We've had limits of kingfish, mostly in the 8-12 pound range and mutton snappers up to 15 pounds and lots of amberjacks.

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The tarpon fishing during the evening hours has also been very good, mostly around the inlets and along the beaches.

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Tight Lines
Capt Dennis Forgione

Target Species:

Sailfish, tarpon, king mackeral, snapper & grouper

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Captain Dennis Forgione is a second generation charter fisherman in the Miami area and has grown up in the business. He has been a full time professional guide for over 25 years. He has guided anglers to many tournment wins. He also has guided anglers to over 20 IGFA world records. Captain Forgione specializes in light tackle fishing for sailfish, dolphin, wahoo, african pompano and tarpon just to name a few. He also specializes in Bottom fishing for snapper and grouper which can be over 50 lbs

Contact Info:

Free Spool Sportfishing
16416 NE 26th Ave
North Miami Beach, FL 33160
Phone: 305-947-8844
Alt. Phone: 305-582-5445
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