Steadily improving Mahi Mahi bite
Capt. Jim Black
September 20, 2015
Jupiter - Saltwater Fishing Report
The Mahi bite has been steadily improving over the past few weeks. We're catching the larger fish 12-15 miles offshore on larger weed lines or mats trolling ballyhoo and pitching white bait. We're also catching nice size schoolies trolling in 250' - 350' and slow drifting live bait in 100' inside the Jupiter ledge.
We're catching Blackfin Tuna in 250' - 350' trolling daisy chains and small feathers.
The days before and after the September and October full moon mean Wahoo fast trolling from 100' to 350' from dawn till about 8:30.
There has been a decent Sailfish bite from the Juno Pier to the Stuart Inlet in 100' to 150' slow drifting white bait.
Jupiter Fishing Forecast:
As Fall approaches and the cold fronts start to push down, the Mahi and Sailfish bite should improve. December - March are our prime season for targeting Sailfish using live Goggle Eyes under kites.
Mahi Mahi, Wahoo Sailfish, Kingfish
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