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Shrimping Report Miami Area???

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  • pk911pk911 Posts: 278 Deckhand
    Been here since 72 and you could catch a king on almost every drift. Fishing in the 70's was great, even bass fishing
  • lemaymiamilemaymiami Posts: 4,424 Captain
    Migrating fish heading by us in fall and winter would hit Haulover and Government cuts - then stay for weeks with the huge flow of shrimp coming out of the Bay each night - before wing-netting took off....

    Fish are pretty simple - lots of food and they stick around - not much food, they keep on trucking... Everywhere else the spanish macks have made a great comeback - but not here....

    I don't think the FWC has a clue about the actual volume of shrimp being taken in Biscayne Bay each night by wing-netters...It needs to stop in the Bay... Every specie in the Bay would come roaring back in just a few years....
    Tight Lines
    Bob LeMay
    (954) 435-5666
  • PoplinFabricationPoplinFabrication Posts: 321 Deckhand
    I know its late in the season but anyone been seeing shrimp in Miami? Going fishing one night this week and trying to decide whether to bring the shrimping gear or just focus on fishing.
  • Plastered2850Plastered2850 Posts: 1,842 Captain
    Talked to a commercial friend last few nights
    good shrimp run.Dippers were doing great.
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