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Fishing Reports by Capt. Orlando Muniz


2007-08-29
12:00 AM

Miami Fishing Report: Key Biscayne to Triumph Reef - Kings and More! Looking back at the last couple months I am disappointed to say that the dolphin or mahi mahi action has not been what we are used to seeing during the summer months in South Florida. More often than not boats are running around more...
Capt. Orlando Muniz - Miami


2007-08-21
12:00 AM

Miami Fishing Report: Key Biscayne to Triumph Reef - Typical Summer Action! Fishing over the last couple of weeks has not given us too many surprises. Most of the daytime reef action has consisted of mostly hard fighting bonito and some kings and tunas mixed in as well. Another species that has more...
Capt. Orlando Muniz - Miami


2007-08-09
12:00 AM

Miami Fishing Report: Key Biscayne to Triumph Reef - Hot Summer Fishing! On my last report, I mentioned that I was getting ready to head over to the Dry Tortugas for a few days of bottom fishing. Our trip was one that will provide memories for years to come. Even though July isn't the best time t more...
Capt. Orlando Muniz - Miami


2007-07-18
12:00 AM

Miami Fishing Report: Key Biscayne to Triumph Reef - Bahamas Action! Last week I reported that I was headed to Chub Key in the Bahamas and now I am back with the full report. My trip to Chub was bitter sweet because our goal was to tangle with some yellofin tunas or possibly a blue marlin. Most more...
Capt. Orlando Muniz - Miami


2007-07-10
12:00 AM

Miami Fishing Report: Key Biscayne to Triumph Reef - Summer Fishing Cools Off! Over the last couple of weeks fishing has generally been on the slow side. Offshore it's been very quiet as far as dolphin or mahi mahi are concerned. Most of the fish being caught have been on the small side with man more...
Capt. Orlando Muniz - Miami


2007-06-27
12:00 AM

Miami Fishing Report: Key Biscayne to Triumph Reef - Summer Action! Over the course of the last month or so dolphin fishing has had it's peaks and valleys. On some days the dolphin have been relatively easy to find and on others they have been playing hide and seek. Most of the fish being caught more...
Capt. Orlando Muniz - Miami


2007-06-05
12:00 AM

Miami Fishing Report: Key Biscayne to Triumph Reef - Unpredictable Fishing! Finally, after a couple of weeks of uncharacteristically strong winds we are finally fishing again. Due to the inclement weather I had no choice but to postpone a few trips. Even though the westerly breezes are not the mo more...
Capt. Orlando Muniz - Miami


2007-05-24
12:00 AM

Miami Fishing Report: Key Biscayne to Triumph Reef - High Winds - Good Fishing! Over the last week, we have been pounded with some pretty strong winds keeping most boats inshore or tied to the dock. Crews that have ventured out have been handsomely rewarded with nice catches of dolphin or mahi mah more...
Capt. Orlando Muniz - Miami


2007-05-13
12:00 AM

Miami Fishing Report: Key Biscayne to Triumph Reef - Fishing Still Strong! Over the last couple of weeks the fishing has remained pretty good. There are still quite a few fish to target out there. Lately the blackfin tuna have made a pretty good showing and some boats have been able to boat thre more...
Capt. Orlando Muniz - Miami


2007-04-23
12:00 AM

Miami Fishing Report: Key Biscayne to Triumph Reef - Smokers and Slammers! Fishing continues to be good to excellent along the Southeast coast. April and May are probably two of the best months of the year to target large fish such smoker kingfish and slammer dolphin a.k.a. mahi-mahi. Most trips more...
Capt. Orlando Muniz - Miami

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