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Miami Fishing Report: Key Biscayne to Triumph Reef

Capt. Orlando Muniz
July 10, 2007
Miami - Saltwater Fishing Report

Summer Fishing Cools Off!

Over the last couple of weeks fishing has generally been on the slow side. Offshore it's been very quiet as far as dolphin or mahi mahi are concerned. Most of the fish being caught have been on the small side with many of them thrown back to grow some more.

During the day there has been some action while fishing the reefs and wrecks. Catches are consisting of kingfish, mutton snapper, bonito, and barracuda. A few late season sailfish have added excitement on some days.

Anglers opting to fish during the cooler nights have been doing well especially on yellowtails and mangrove snappers. A few boats have been fishing offshore in search of the mighty swordfish and hit the jackpot with some nice catches. Several fish in the 300# range have been caught lately.

Tomorrow, I will be heading over the Chub Cay in the Bahamas for a few days of fishing. Hopefully there will be a lot to report upon my return. If you're interested in fishing during the month of July or August give me a shout so that we can put a trip together.

Tight Lines,

Capt. Orlando Muniz



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Captain Orlando Muniz specializes in light tackle offshore sport fishing using all of the latest techniques. The goal aboard the "NOMAD" is to provide anglers with an enjoyable experience no matter what there experience level. Please check out our website or contact via phone or email for more information.

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Nomad Fishing Charters
1725 S.W. 22 Terr.
Miami, FL 33145
Phone: 786-266-0171
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