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Fishing Reports by Capt. Quinton Dieterle


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


2017-11-30
10:00 AM

Sailfish showing up - The season started late but is improving daily. While fishing the past week we have caught Sailfish on each trip , and on some trips multiple fish. We are fishing the kites which is always exciting. Also the past week has produced action From kingf more...
Capt. Quinton Dieterle - Key Biscayne


2017-11-16
5:09 AM

Mahi, Sailfish, and more - We are catching some nice Mahi on the edge along with some sailfish and kings. The Mahi have been nice size with some up to 20 pounds. Others range from 5 to 12 pounds and are eating Bally Hoo or any live bait. The fish are close to the edge or on t more...
Capt. Quinton Dieterle - Key Biscayne


2017-10-19
7:06 AM

Great king fish action - Some nice king fish action off the Miami caused this week a lot of the fish are located in approximately 105 to 150 feet we are catching them on drone spoons and ballyhoo trolled on the surface. We also had a few nice mahi and a sailfish on our last more...
Capt. Quinton Dieterle - Key Biscayne


2017-10-02
7:03 AM

Good Kingfish and skip jack tuna - Some Dolphin (mahi) Some Sailfish Some Bonito, but lots of small black fin (5 to 10 pounds) and Skip Jack Tuna. Trolling small feathers and plugs we are finding plenty of these good eating fish in 400 to 600 ft of water. In closer on the edge there more...
Capt. Quinton Dieterle - Key Biscayne


2017-09-27
11:54 AM

Kingfish invade the coast of miami fl - Large schools of kingfish and Mackerel are invading the reef and drop off. Most of the fish we are catching are on the planers with spoons and strip bait. Some of the fish are in the 15 pound class but most are 8 to 10 pounds. Mahi have pushed of more...
Capt. Quinton Dieterle - Key Biscayne


2017-08-30
10:32 AM

Incredible Dolphin season - WRAP UP This summer Dolphin season has been incredible to say the least. We have encountered Dolphin on almost every trip and reaching our limit on most trips. Just as we believe the season is slowing down it picks back up. Business has slowed more...
Capt. Quinton Dieterle - Key Biscayne

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