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Biscayne Bay /Flamingo report 11/09

Capt. Joe Costadura
November 14, 2009
Biscayne Bay - Saltwater Fishing Report

Fall is definetly here and the temps are starting to give us a chance to cool off after a long hot summer of fishing! With the cooler mornings it gives us a chance to sleep in and make a little later start of it, the water temps are staying right in the bonefish comfort zone making it possible to target them easily most of the day! We've had some perfect blue bird days lately making it perfect for sight fishing, especially on the flats of South Biscayne Bay. I'v been on some large schools of bones on the flats near Totten key and the areas west of Totten. The tan bonefish toad has been my weapon of choice, as long as the presentation has been good so has the bite! Moving over to Flamingo the action in the backcountry in the area of Whitewater bay has been heating up, targeting the Creek mouths and current flow around the points of mangrove islands is always your best bet! Snook have been crushing top water baits early in the morning and flies like muddlers, gurglers and deer hair divers are a great choice for fly rodders. Later morning and afternoon switching over to streamers likedeceivers,seaducers, clousers etc. will do the trick! Fishing the creek mouths and run offs you can catch a mixed bag, snook, seatrout, redfish, grouper are the usual. Working those areas With lures like twitching wraps and soft plastics like saltwater assasins or Berkley powerbaits is a great strategy and will usually produce some good action! It's a great time of year for light tackle fishing, and cooler weather makes it all the more bearable for an all day outing hopefully filled with lots roughed up leaders, just don't forget to re-tie! That's all for now guys, see you out there, catch em up.............Capt. Joe


Biscayne Bay Fishing Forecast:

Bonefishing will be best towards the late morning and early afternoon during the cooler weather. Backcountry fishing will pick up as we move closer to late fall and winter!

Target Species:

Bonefish, Redfish, Snook, Seatrout

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