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Fishing Reports by Capt. Ralph Mayans


2014-07-29
11:46 AM

Kingfish and Bonitos Provide Steady Action Offshore - Fishing has been great on most half-day charter trips out of Haulover Inlet. There has been a good kingfish bite on the north Miami-Dade county reefs. Our clients have been catching kingfish mostly in the 10-20 lbs. range with an occasional smoker more...
Capt. Ralph Mayans - Haulover Inlet


2014-06-23
4:40 PM

Summer is for Snappers - Summer's finally here and we're getting our gear ready for some nighttime snapper fishing. You need plenty chum and fresh cut bait. While we prefer big eye scad (aka goggle eye or chicharro), fresh ballyhoo and sardine work well. With a little curre more...
Capt. Ralph Mayans - Haulover Inlet


2014-04-29
8:52 AM

Spring is Prime Fishing Time in Miami - Spring time is here and fishing starting to heat up! Offshore, under birds and floaters, we are finding mahi-mahi with wahoo mixed in. We are fishing 2-6 miles off Miami Beach using bonito strips and ballyhoo. We're also following the turtles w more...
Capt. Ralph Mayans - Miami


2014-03-20
9:04 AM

Spring is Here and it's Red HOT Offshore - When we find frigate birds, it's a good bet you'll be on some mahi-mahi shortly thereafter. Just ask Tim McGuire and Gang from Dickinson, Texas. They came down on a business trip and did some pretty nice fishing. We trolled fresh ballyhoos and isl more...
Capt. Ralph Mayans - Haulover Inlet


2014-03-03
9:35 AM

Deep Dropping for Tilefish and Mako Sharks - We've been having good success on our 3/4 and full day charters. Being able to fish the Gulf Stream off Miami is awesome. This is the time of year when mako sharks push through our area. Lately, we've also been deep dropping in 650 ft. of water fo more...
Capt. Ralph Mayans - Haulover Inlet


2014-01-17
7:21 PM

Wahoo, Sailfish and Mahi-Mahi - Winter is here and the fishing is starting to heat up. Wahoo are starting to show up off Miami in numbers. If you find floating boards or other debris, is always a good bet there's a few wahoo there. Try trolling a 3-1/2 oz. blue drone spoon buy th more...
Capt. Ralph Mayans - Haulover Inlet


2013-09-10
4:53 PM

Wahoo and Mahi off Miami - Another awesome day deep sea fishing in Miami. Monday, on a half-day charter fishing trip, we had a few nice catches. The early morning saw two wahoo make it to the fish box. We were fishing in 350 ft. of water. The first wahoo was 28 lbs. and th more...
Capt. Ralph Mayans - Haulover Inlet


2013-08-16
6:37 PM

Kingfish and Bonito on the Reef, Dolphin and Wahoo Offshore - We've seen steady catches of kingfish and bonito on the reef between 100-140 ft while trolling strips and spoons. With enough live bait to chum and a bit deeper, we're still seeing the occasional blackfin tuna. Further offshore, we're finding mahi- more...
Capt. Ralph Mayans - Haulover Inlet


2013-06-10
3:52 PM

Offshore Fishing Good off Miami - We had a great day of fishing off Miami. We headed out trolling ballyhoos on top, also subsurface behind a pair of planners and we also added a pair of spoons to the spread. It was a cloudy morning and we found a nice edge in 340 ft. of water. As more...
Capt. Ralph Mayans - Miami


2013-04-04
7:52 PM

The Kings of Spring are In - The King Mackerel are back with a vengeance. We have been catching kingfish on planners with #3 chrome drone spoons. Because of the water clarity, long leaders have been the key on getting the bite. Also, with these large spoons, no wire is requi more...
Capt. Ralph Mayans - Haulover Inlet

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