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Fishing Reports by Capt. John Barker


2022-10-28
9:18 AM

October Fishing Getting Better - First of all, we wish a speedy recovery to all of our friends on the west coast of Florida affected by Hurricane Ian. Here in Miami the waters offshore are clearing up and the bite is getting better. We fished an afternoon half with two men just loo more...
Capt. John Barker - Miami


2022-08-24
10:14 PM

August Fishing Heats Up - The seas have calmed down and the offshore bite is getting better. The mahi-mahi are still on the small size- we still have to release some, but the action on light spin tackle is fun for our anglers. Once offshore, we have also had a fleury of b more...
Capt. John Barker - Miami


2022-07-06
1:03 PM

Release Fishing Trip - Nancy and Gigi joined us for a four hour trip. They had one firm request- that all the captured fish be released. The fish must of overhead them because we couldn't get out of fish. The mahis bit on the ballyhoo, on the feathers, and on the wire li more...
Capt. John Barker - Miami


2022-06-16
12:13 PM

Birthday Fun Fishing on the Blue Waters II - The rain quit and Mom brought Rudy, three friends, and granddad out fishing last Sunday. The shallow water was dirty green from all of the fresh water being pumped out from the city. Captain John trolled off to the edge where they found large weed more...
Capt. John Barker - Miami


2022-03-31
10:09 AM

March Madness - March fishing has been a tale of three oceans. One day the edge is in shallow and the mahi and sailfish bite is on. The next day there is no current and the water is still and green, and the only bite is bonita and shark. The trick is to make the more...
Capt. John Barker - Miami


2022-02-24
7:10 AM

The Scouts are Here! - Spring is normally the best time off the waters of Miami. Sailfish, mahi-mahi, blackfin tunas, and more, move thru the area. Michael Ehlnot brought his family out for an all-day fishing trip on the Blue Waters. The morning bite was slow with black more...
Capt. John Barker - Miami


2022-02-07
12:08 PM

Winter Action on the Ocean - The catch word for January and the being of February seems to be action. The catch has been a variety, from bonitas and skip jack tunas, to legal sized mahi-mahi, to a very few kingfish. The ocean has been calm, but the current has been all over more...
Capt. John Barker - Miami


2022-01-11
7:44 AM

January Fishing - The calendar may say January, but the fishing is still like fall. There has been very little to no current making trolling more productive than live baiting. It seems we can't raise just one fish- we ran a four hour trip catching and releasing two more...
Capt. John Barker - Miami


2021-10-29
11:54 AM

Old School Fishing - With all the talk about kite fishing, live bait ,and other methods of fishing, sometimes just trolling doesn't get the attention it deserves. Captain John had an afternoon four-hour trip. After loading up with live bait, John started out headin more...
Capt. John Barker - Miami


2021-09-23
7:38 AM

September Fishing in Miami - September seems to be the month of transition. Children go back to school, Labor Day signals the end of summer in most of the country;, and the species we target start to change. Captain John fished several families this week. Listening to the of more...
Capt. John Barker - Miami

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