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Kings and boneheads biting off the hook!

Capt. Bruce Burnette
July 26, 2009
Miami - Saltwater Fishing Report

We had 2 half days this week,Friday and Sat. Friday we started off trying to catch live bait but it was slow going.We decided to buy bait from my friend Frank of Ashley baitboat.We loaded up on pilchards and worked our way out to 110ft. off the Cuban Hole.Almost immediatley we hooked up with some decent kings and never got out more than 2 lines at a time.When the smoke cleared we ended up with 16 kings to 23lbs. and 14 bonitos and a mongo-sized rainbow runner about 8lbs. Sat. we caught a bunch of speedos at the Sea Buoy and trolled down to the Dade County wrecks and caught a couple of kings up to 15lbs. The livebaiting produced a fat 12lb.mutton snapper and a 45lb.amberjack along with a few boneheads.Check us out @ DeckTechSportfishing.com! Tight Lines

Miami Fishing Forecast:

We expect the same summertime pattern which is hot weather and rain anytime.

Target Species:

kingfish,bonitos,dolphin and everything that swims in the ocean!

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We provide light tackle offshore and reef sportfishing charters on our 2006 22' PangaMarine Marquesas with a 140hp Suzuki. Dolphin, sailfish, kingfish, tuna, and wahoo to name a few. We specialize in tournament fishing, kitefishing, trolling, powerdrifting, livebaiting. You name it we can make it happen.Our most recent tournament win was the 2009 Capt.Bob Lewis Challenge. We also provide captain and mate service on your boat as well as sightseeing and bay cruises. Special pricing available upon request.

Contact Info:

Deck Tech Sportfishing
3332 SW 93 Ct.
Miami, FL 33165
Phone: 305-469-6171
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