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Fishing Reports by Capt. Quinton Dieterle


2021-11-17
10:52 PM

Key Biscayne fishing on fire - OK so the seas have not been flat calm, And it has not been perfectly sunny every day but the fishing has been Red Hot. Sailfish on the Kite, Sailfish on the sand and mahi pretty much everywhere. The mahi-mahi have been running anywhere from 7 to 10 more...
Capt. Quinton Dieterle - Key Biscayne


2021-11-13
10:15 AM

Epic sailfish action - Sailfish action continues red hot! We are sight fishing and kite fishing with great results. Mahi-mahi are also in good numbers and you don't have to go far to get them, we are also sight fishing for them. Miami has always been great in November but more...
Capt. Quinton Dieterle - Key Biscayne


2021-11-10
3:22 AM

Quick offshore report - Tuesday off key biscayne Florida was like nation geographic on the rip. From the minute we hit the edge there were frigate birds and Gooney birds everywhere. In the past few days there were sails with them but Tuesday most were on Mahi Mahi .Anywher more...
Capt. Quinton Dieterle - Key Biscayne


2021-11-08
3:04 AM

Sailfish are on the move of key biscayne Florida - For over 30 years the Cutting Edge and Captain and Q have loved the arrival of November. Not only does the weather begin to chill out the Sailfish migration begins south. As a ballyhoo me move onto the reef so do Sailfish. Along with the Sailfish mah more...
Capt. Quinton Dieterle - Key Biscayne


2021-08-12
6:19 AM

Yellowtail bite - With the slowing mahi fishing and not much else to do we turn to the Ralph. It's been a while since I've seen the yellowtail bite as good as it has been. We were averaging about 12 yellowtail an hour but you had to fish them hard and you had to fish more...
Capt. Quinton Dieterle - Key Biscayne


2018-10-25
6:05 AM

Fall fishing - Summary As fall fishing approaches the excitement is in the cool air pushing south in our direction. The cutting edge crew have been preparing the gear for a exciting array of fishing that begins this time of the year. As the bait has already begu more...
Capt. Quinton Dieterle - Key Biscayne


2018-06-25
12:30 PM

Dolphin show up in big numbers - Dolphin fishing is officially here the last couple weeks fishing off Miami we have caught our limit or close to our limit each day. A lot of the fish this past week have been in excess of 5 pounds or more and occasionally we are getting the 20 pound more...
Capt. Quinton Dieterle - Key Biscayne


2018-06-14
3:48 AM

Kingfish take over - This month has had a great kingfish bite off miami . Trolling the spoons has worked best. We also are having a up and down dolphin season, some days we find them and other days are slow. Some sailfish and tuna action in The late day . more...
Capt. Quinton Dieterle - Key Biscayne


2018-03-30
9:15 AM

Sailfish bits turns on - Sorry for my lack of reports but we have been fishing everyday and I slacked . But the action has been good especially kite fishing . Yesterday we had 6 sailfish and 53 pound kingfish - fishing should remain great - give us a call and we'll hook up more...
Capt. Quinton Dieterle - Key Biscayne


2018-01-22
8:39 AM

Sailfish/ Dolphin/Kingfish - Over the last few days the sailfishing has improved and we are beginning to get nice catches of bigger Kings. The Sailfish have been caught on the kite, and drifting live pilchards and herring. We have had some nice kings picking up the baits as wel more...
Capt. Quinton Dieterle - Key Biscayne

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