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Fishing Reports by Capt. Quinton Dieterle


2016-08-11
8:43 AM

Dolphin making a slow return - Dolphin fishing has been really slow the last month, there have been a few good days, but not many. The last few trips we have been finding more but alot of small fish. Occationally we find a floater with larger fish on it. I think though the nex more...
Capt. Quinton Dieterle - Key Biscayne


2016-07-28
2:15 PM

Mahi fishing starting to pick up - A slow start for mahi this month but it is turning now with some nice catches the last couple of days. The fish are not to far out, 400 to 1000 ft. On birds moving south, the north moving fish are the small ones. Live bait is best but trolled ballys more...
Capt. Quinton Dieterle - Key Biscayne


2016-07-11
10:34 PM

Blue Marlin Show up Big this Summer - As usual the Mahi Mahi have showed up, Late but alot of schools of small undersize fish have invaded the 900 to 1100 ft depth range. With the small Mahi Mahi comes the Blue Marlin, a little later than last year but finally they have arrived. I ha more...
Capt. Quinton Dieterle - Key Biscayne


2016-07-05
9:38 PM

Mahi slow up a bit but black fins rebound - With the mahi mahi fishing on a slow down the black fin tuna bite has been on. 200 to 300 ft has been the area of concentration from south of fowey to north of the cut. Small feathers and strip baits are getting most of the action. The mahi, are s more...
Capt. Quinton Dieterle - Key Biscayne


2016-06-30
6:37 AM

Wahoo and some Mahi - Miami fishing slow down just a little bit in the past week but there are still mahi and wahoo to be caught . Mahi are little bit farther off shore and a wahoo have been in about 300 feet . There are still some sailfish on the edge and lots o more...
Capt. Quinton Dieterle - Key Biscayne


2016-06-14
8:16 AM

Tuna Bite on last night - Black fins are everywhere, except most are 3 to 5 pounds, and should be released to grow, but to find the larger fish you have to stay late. Last evening we stayed out till almost dark and had great action. We first fought a sail to the boat and the more...
Capt. Quinton Dieterle - Key Biscayne


2016-06-03
11:15 AM

Dolphin and Tuna on the Cutting Edge This week - This week has been a little different when it comes to fishing for mahi, instead of the fish mostly being found on grass and floaters we have been finding the fish on Turtles, This time of the year the fish will follow the turtles as they migrate sou more...
Capt. Quinton Dieterle - Key Biscayne


2016-05-19
6:24 PM

Action on the Edge - Instead of searching offshore this morning for Mahi we decided to hunt kings and tuna. It started off hot and died quickly but we managed a couple of nice kings first thing. Then a short wait and Bingo a really nice 28 pound king that took a while t more...
Capt. Quinton Dieterle - Key Biscayne


2016-05-04
9:41 AM

Big Kingfish and some nice Black fins - Kingfish anywhere from 10 to 40 pounds have roaming the coast line. We are catching them on light tackle and off the kite. We have had several close to 40 and its not uncommon to catch up to two of three in the 25 to 30 pound class a day. The blackf more...
Capt. Quinton Dieterle - Key Biscayne


2016-04-24
10:14 PM

Sails / kings/ mahi / tuna - Today was a total success !! 2 big kings over 30 lbs on the kite, several nice mahi over 20 lbs. a 30 lb black fin tuns and 4 sails . You can't ask for more than that-!!! Stay tuned for this weeks reports Q more...
Capt. Quinton Dieterle - Key Biscayne

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