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The action has been hot and heavy both offshore and inshore. Offshore, the main attraction has been sailfish. The good north current has finally become much more prominent and consistent. This along with the fronts passing through our area has produced outstanding sailfish action. Move inshore and tarpon has remained steady. The cooler weather has the shrimp moving and the tarpon are taking advantage of good feeding opportunities. They are now even feeding better during the daily light hours. Mixed in with them has been bluefish and spanish mackerel. The one puzzling item is the fact that live bait fishing has been hot and cold. Some days it's a struggle to find enough bait while others it's a piece of cake.

Chris Nichols from Raleigh, NC caught and released his first tarpon while his wife, Beverly caught all the action of video. The fish hit a jig and shrimp combo during the daytime along the beach at Haulover. Prior to the tarpon hit, Chris also caught a spanish mackerel of 5 pounds.

Carol Skriloff from New Orleans, LA saw plenty of action on an afternoon/evening combo trip. We had action with sailfish on the kite in 126', tarpon along the beach at Haulover, and also had bluefish crash our baits while we were waiting for the tarpon hits.

With more cold fronts coming through this week, the action should continue to be great, so give me a call 305 965-9454 or send me an email nkostyo@bellsouth.net to schedule your fishing trip.

Captain Dave Kostyo

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