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Mixed Bag

Capt. Jorge Fernandez
November 29, 2010
Miami - Saltwater Fishing Report

After doing boat maintenance and what seemed like weeks of bad weather I was able to get out and do some fun fishing with my buddy Hector. The plan was to go out of Government Cut and head north toward the Green and Blue Diamonds. Bait was very hard to find so we called Pedro from Ashley Live Bait and he hook as up with a live well full of very lively pilchards. We set up north of the Diamonds in 110' of water, the strong South current and the wind pushed us Southwest. The first drift produced two Mutton Snappers and a Kingfish. For our second drift we pushed out to 150' where we pick up a Sailfish, a Spanish mackerel and 2 more Kingfish. After the second drift the wind started to pick up so we decided to go to the Range Marker and fish for Mackerels. We ended up catching 5 more Spanish Mackerels and called it a day by noon.

With cold fronts coming through regularly the Black Groupers should start getting hot and heavy on the reef (remember grouper closes January 1, 2010), use enough weight to hold bottom. Make sure your weight is not bouncing on the bottom and use big baits Ballyhoo and Speedo's are my favorite. Depending on the current I use a leader as short as 8 feet or as long as 30 feet with 7/0 circle hook, ensure your tackle is heavy enough to drag these bruisers off the bottom. Also troll the reef with plugs between 20 to 30" depth and you will get your share for dinner.

I still have plenty of days available for December and January if you want to spend so time on the water with family and/or friends call or email me.

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

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

Miami Fishing Forecast:

Fishing will continue to improve as more and more cold fronts come through. Remember Grouper closes January 1st we only have December to left to target them.

Target Species:

Sailfish, Kingfish, Mutton Snapper, Spanish Mackerel

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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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