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Fishing Reports by Capt. Nick Gonzalez


2012-05-13
11:59 PM

Good sailfish bite off Miami - We set up just south of Fowey. We were shallower than most other boats but i knew we weren't too tight on the reef and the conditions looked right. Lots of bait around... We missed one mystery fish then had two cut offs. We drifted into heavy weed an more...
Capt. Nick Gonzalez - Miami


2012-05-11
10:48 PM

Blackfin Tuna and Sailfish off Miami - 5/10/2012 - Left the dock early and headed to Bug. Bait was slow so we hit another spot and threw the net and loaded up on cigar minnows and spanish sardines. We ran to the edge and did a long drift from 130' out to sea with the southwest wind. In about 300' a s more...
Capt. Nick Gonzalez - Miami


2012-05-09
1:52 PM

Early May in Miami- Sailfish, blackfin, snapper, snook, and more - May 1st- Today was a full day with a father and son. It was the first day without rain after the 4 days of torrential downpours. Bait was very tough in the chocolate milk water in the cut and off Key Biscayne. The edge was very dirty (often see t more...
Capt. Nick Gonzalez - Miami


2012-05-03
1:54 PM

Sailfish with the Billfish Foundation 4/28/2012 - We left the dock at about 7:00 am and headed off into rough seas and rainy weather. Andrew Cox from The Billfish Foundation and 3 of his friends made up the crew. We headed to Bug light where there were mats of pilchards on the sounder. We loaded up more...
Capt. Nick Gonzalez - Miami


2012-04-30
9:45 AM

Great Sailfish bite in Miami -- 4/24/2012 - We left the dock at 7:30 with Johnny, Blake, and Steve on board. Winds were blowing about 15 knots out of the north and it was a cool April morning. The late cold front would hopefully get the sails chewing. We headed to bug to catch bait. The pi more...
Capt. Nick Gonzalez - Miami


2012-04-01
2:32 PM

Mixed bag Flamingo -- 3/31/2012 - As usual, the day started nice and early with a drive to the west. We launched the boat and noted that once again, the wind was blowing out of the west. Chocolate milk water would plague our trip once again but we knew we would catch fish regardless. more...
Capt. Nick Gonzalez - Miami


2012-03-29
10:02 AM

3/26/12 Flamingo - We left at dawn to fish the back country of Flamingo. Unfortunately there was a west wind witch implies that dirty water would be hard to escape. We got to our first spot and the catching began although trophy fish were hard to come by. Our clients more...
Capt. Nick Gonzalez - Miami


2012-03-24
8:37 PM

3/24/2012 Half day offshore - Left the dock at 7:30 and headed to the cut for bait. We netted pilchards on the flats then caught a few threads and headed out. There wasn't enough wind for the kite and the conditions looked terrible on the edge. (helium on the kites was the back u more...
Capt. Nick Gonzalez - Miami


2012-03-18
7:07 PM

Flamingo 2/17/12- redfish, snook, and more - We left the ramp pretty early and headed west to Flamingo. We had to do some searching for clean water because the past few weeks of wind had things pretty murky. We finally got away from the chocolate milk buy hiding from the wind and went to work. more...
Capt. Nick Gonzalez - Flamingo


2012-03-15
8:34 PM

3/14/12 Offshore Miami -- Dolphin and a Blackfin - We left the dock at first light and headed to the cut for bait. We loaded up on pilchards and a few threadfin then headed out. There was green water out past 300 so we made the decision to troll south. We picked up 2 dolphin and caught a bonito al more...
Capt. Nick Gonzalez - Miami

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