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12 Oct 2022

The Mahi Mahi Bite is Still Red Hot

The Mahi Mahi Bite is Still Red Hot

Pictured here is Ben and Dan Seffer with a beautiful bull dolphin that we caught aboard the Lisa B this week. Believe it or not we found the mother lode in 300 feet of water off Hillsboro inlet after traveling round-trip around 40 miles offshore. We found a floating submerged bucket and it was holding the fish. It was wonderful to catch fish up to 25 pounds and an increase on the average size schooly up to around 8 pounds. Every day has been different this last week as far as current rips and eddies holding fish. Keep your eyes posted as you’re heading east this weekend in search for mahi. The wahoo bite was decent on Tuesday with several fish caught up to 30 pounds, but the overall bite was relatively slow around this full moon. As far as the snapper, the current has been relatively light, but the direction has been south causing slow fishing. Hopefully the current will turn back to the north over the weekend. For an up to the hour fishing report give us a call at the store at 954-420-5001.
Get tight!
RJ

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