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Fishing Reports by Capt. Ralph Mayans


2022-06-06
7:17 AM

Mahi-Mahi Offshore - Summertime is finally here the mahi-mahi fishing is really picking up. We are having multiple catches of mahi-mahi, wahoo and tuna on our six hour and four day fishing trips. We start off by heading offshore trolling two planers, some feathers and more...
Capt. Ralph Mayans - Haulover Inlet


2022-03-24
12:59 PM

The Offshore Bite is Hot - Fishing has been awesome. This week lots of wahoo, mahi-mahi, blackfin tuna and more. Most fish being caught with natural baits. The planner has been very effective. The 3 1/2 drone spoon is killing the wahoo. Also, you don't need to book a full more...
Capt. Ralph Mayans - Haulover Inlet


2022-01-30
2:45 PM

Cold Fronts Bring Awesome Fishing - Miami Beach doesn't seem to be the place where you have to wear jackets and sweaters. But the winter weather brought by these passing cold fronts that also trigger some amazing fishing. As you can see on this half-day fishing trip aboard the Sea Cr more...
Capt. Ralph Mayans - Haulover Inlet


2021-10-22
7:05 AM

Mahi-Mahi are Red Hot - Miami Beach mahi-mahi fishing has been Red Hot. We've been consistently producing wahoo, blackfin tuna, and the kingfish have been rock solid. We don't have to go out too far this time of year - we usually find the rip in close and work it. We sta more...
Capt. Ralph Mayans - Haulover Inlet


2021-09-27
2:27 PM

Fish Found under Big Floater - We headed out at 8 o'clock in the morning. The seas were calm and the winds were light. Fishing has been hit or miss, but today I knew it was going to be special. We rigged a few ballyhoo and bonita strips and started looking for birds or anything more...
Capt. Ralph Mayans - Haulover Inlet


2021-09-10
8:48 AM

Fish Biting on the Reef - Fishing has slowly been picking up we've been catching a little bit of everything on the reef. We've been catching some barracudas, kingfish, bonitas and yellow jacks. When we head offshore and find some birds are floating debris, we usually hit on more...
Capt. Ralph Mayans - Haulover Inlet


2021-08-20
5:04 PM

Hawks Find Fish on the Reef - It was an excellent day this morning with plenty of action barracuda, tuna, kingfish, mahi-mahi and more. All fish were caught on the reef between 150 to 500 feet eating ballyhoo, and Bonita strips on planners. We found scattered weeds and a few bi more...
Capt. Ralph Mayans - Haulover Inlet


2021-04-20
5:43 PM

Fishing on Fire! - Fishing has been on fire lately with really big blackfin tunas showing-up later in the afternoons. Wahoo's have been mixed in with the sailfish that are starting to push through, chasing the bait as they migrate south. On our half day trips, we hav more...
Capt. Ralph Mayans - Haulover Inlet


2021-01-15
12:11 PM

New Year Brings Good Weather and Great Fishing - The new year kicked in and 2020 is behind us. It's starting to even look better in 2021. The fishing has been red hot offshore doing three-quarter-day fishing trips from 8 to 2. We have been producing mahi-mahi and wahoo offshore. We have been al more...
Capt. Ralph Mayans - Haulover Inlet


2020-11-19
8:34 AM

Miami Beach Winter Fish Migrations Continue - Miami deep Sea fishing is red hot right now. We went out this weekend on Saturday, it was beautiful weather and light winds. We started heading out towards the reef and working our way south picking up a few kingfish along the way. After a couple more...
Capt. Ralph Mayans - Haulover Inlet

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