Fishing Report 6/13/14

The fishing continues to be hot, from the beach to the Gulfstream. The Spanish Mackerel and Bluefish are biting well from the beach out to the three mile mark. There have been a few Cobia caught close to the beach and the action should pick up as I write this report. The King Mackerel are still holding in the 70-80 feet of water, but will be moving in closer with the bait in the next couple of weeks. The Grouper and assorted bottom fish are biting from 60 feet and out. Sardines and live bait seem to be producing the most right now. The Dolphin bite continues to be at its peak with the smaller ones being caught within 12-15 miles out and the larger ones in 130 feet out to the break. The Blue Marlin bite also continues to be at its peak and should last for a couple more weeks. We released a Sailfish in the Gulfstream this last week and they should be moving in closer as the bite peaks in July-September. There is a scattered Wahoo and Tuna bite but they are not as prolific as the other species mentioned above right now.

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