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Fishing Reports by Capt. Orlando Muniz


2008-03-29
10:40 PM

Afternoon Delights! - Spring fishing is now officially in full swing. Over the last couple of weeks many things have begun to slowly change for the better. First I'd like to say that sailfishing has remained pretty consistent with at least a couple of shots per day. Fi more...
Capt. Orlando Muniz - Miami


2008-03-02
8:59 PM

Action Continues - Fishing continues to be good to excellent especially when all of the ingredients are present. Clean blue water combined with a nice northbound current is essential to a successful day of fishing. It seems like just after every cold front the sailfi more...
Capt. Orlando Muniz - Miami


2008-02-19
12:00 AM

Miami Fishing Report: Key Biscayne to Triumph Reef - See-Saw Action Continues It seems like the last few weeks have given us some of the best days of the year as well as the slowest. One day the action is on fire and the next day few fish are caught. A good bite is usually the result of a passin more...
Capt. Orlando Muniz - Miami


2008-01-13
12:00 AM

Miami Fishing Report: Key Biscayne to Triumph Reef - New Year Report First of all, I would like to wish everyone a great New Year. So far the new year has brought some pretty sporadic fishing. Many days have turned out to be a wash due to really strong winds. On days when I we have been able to more...
Capt. Orlando Muniz - Miami


2007-12-14
12:00 AM

Miami Fishing Report: Key Biscayne to Triumph Reef - Holiday Fishing Spanish mackerel fishing has been good to excellent. It seems to peak right after cold fronts and during certain tides. Sometimes you can actually get some kings mixed in with the macks. A couple of weeks ago I headed out on more...
Capt. Orlando Muniz - Miami


2007-11-18
12:00 AM

Miami Fishing Report: Key Biscayne to Triumph Reef - Good Fishing Continues! South Florida fishermen continue to enjoy pretty steady fishing action. November marks the start of sailfish season and so far we haven't been disappointed. Some days are better than others depending on water quality an more...
Capt. Orlando Muniz - Miami


2007-11-12
12:00 AM

Miami Fishing Report: Key Biscayne to Triumph Reef - November Fishing So far the month of November has been a roller coaster ride. Last week fishing was fishing was very hot with many sailfish and dolphin (mahi-mahi) thrown in for good measure. Several kingfish were also being caught to finish off more...
Capt. Orlando Muniz - Miami


2007-10-29
12:00 AM

Miami Fishing Report: Key Biscayne to Triumph Reef - Improved Fishing! Over the last couple of weeks we have continued to see some improvement in the fishing. Pretty soon the stronger cold fronts will begin to push further South bringing with them baitfish and the predators that follow. The only more...
Capt. Orlando Muniz - Miami


2007-10-17
12:00 AM

Miami Fishing Report: Key Biscayne to Triumph Reef - Changes on the Horizon! During the last few weeks we have a weather that is a little extreme for this time of the year. First, we had a pretty persistant rain and then we got what seemed like eight to ten days of solid winds. Fortunately, I st more...
Capt. Orlando Muniz - Miami


2007-09-24
12:00 AM

Miami Fishing Report: Key Biscayne to Triumph Reef - More Summer Action! Since my last fishing report the fishing has definitely cooled off a bit. My last few fishing trips have all produced very similar results. Most catches are consisting of a steady mix of kingfish and bonito with an occasion more...
Capt. Orlando Muniz - Miami

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