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Fishing Reports by Capt. Ralph Mayans


2016-06-22
9:19 AM

Great Week in the Bahamas - We had a great week fishing in the Bahamas - we timed our trip to coincide with the full moon of June and the bottom fishing was off the hook. We caught plenty of yellowtail snapper, mistic groupers, black groupers and a bunch of mutton snappers to more...
Capt. Ralph Mayans - Bimini


2016-06-09
10:32 AM

Black Grouper and Mutton Snapper Bite - We have a very good black grouper bite happening. We're also catching mutton snappers with good consistency. The groupers have been taking live speedos and goggle eyes, while the mutton snappers are eating cut bait on the bottom - fresh mackerel an more...
Capt. Ralph Mayans - Haulover Inlet


2016-04-22
5:21 PM

Mahi-Mahi Visit South Beach - There's been a really nice run of large mahi-mahi this whole week. All the fish have been averaging 15 to 20 lbs. and some reaching close to 50 pounds. Wahoo and tuna have also made their presence known. Here's Kelly Maynard from Michigan, and his more...
Capt. Ralph Mayans - Haulover Inlet


2016-04-12
2:29 PM

North Current Ignites Fishing - Deep sea fishing has been really good off Miami Beach. Springtime is finally here we are catching our limits on kingfish on just about every trip. We have a strong north current on the reef that has ignited fishing. Sailfish can often be seen tail more...
Capt. Ralph Mayans - Haulover Inlet


2016-03-05
4:38 PM

Mahi and Wahoo - Mahi fishing has been really good the last couple weeks and also there's been a really good wahoo bite offshore on rip currents and under floating debris. We been getting all the wall wahoo on chrome spoons and blue spoons The mahi have been good si more...
Capt. Ralph Mayans - Haulover Inlet


2016-01-12
7:44 PM

Fishing is Heating Up - Fishing is really starting to heat up off Miami Beach. We've been getting a really nice north current on the reef and were catching good numbers of kingfish. Some of the fish are over 20 to 30 pounds. We've been live baiting flippers and large her more...
Capt. Ralph Mayans - Haulover Inlet


2015-10-28
12:47 PM

Mahi-Mahi Fishing Awesome Despite Wind - Mahi-mahi fishing off of Miami Beach has been awesome this past week and a half for those who have been able to get out. Battling the wind and choppy seas were rewarded with great catches of mahi-mahi. All the fish have been pushed up on the reef e more...
Capt. Ralph Mayans - Haulover Inlet


2015-08-22
12:58 PM

Mahi-mahi Offshore, Wahoo and Kingfish on the Reef - The offshore bite here in Miami has been red hot. The wahoo are still around and we're finding them with frequency. The mahi-mahi bite has also been really good deep into the summer months. Most of the dolphin we've found lately have been 8-12 mil more...
Capt. Ralph Mayans - Haulover Inlet


2015-08-03
2:54 PM

Summertime Fishing is Red Hot - Summertime fishing is red-hot. We're catching nice wahoos on every trip. This past Saturday we caught five wahoo - all over 20 pounds. The biggest fish weighed in at 35 pounds. These fish are eating spoons and bonita strips with pearl babies. We more...
Capt. Ralph Mayans - Haulover Inlet


2015-07-13
9:10 AM

Fish on the Reef - Fishing has been really picking up after the last full moon. Bonitas and kingfish have been plentiful the nearby reefs. Another nice surprise has been an unusually strong showing of wahoo - also right off the reefs in north Miami-Dade County. So f more...
Capt. Ralph Mayans - Haulover Inlet

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