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Fished yesterday Sunday.  As usual loaded up with live gogs and pilchards from Pedro. While the the day was beautiful the VHF was pretty quiet.  While we only had a handful of  fish and bites all day you would would probably assume that things were pretty grim,…but happily and to the contrary... we had a nice outing. We fished the Diamonds in the morning, then the new Miami Sea Buoy, and finally the wrecks off Key Biscayne. Drifted in from 180’ into 80’. Had a baby shark that was cut in two by a cuda and then a small mutton mauled by a shark. Landed a few small and medium size sharks [none big enough for at least a real battle]. We did manage to loose a good fish on top on a gog assumed to be a cuda  and had a couple of cutoffs down deep. Bottom line…caught only a few  “ABC” fish  [already been chewed]  all day but plenty of time watching one of the angler's hook, fight, and get clean release a really nice sail on a spinner. The fish ran out 300 yards after the hook up and put on a terrific aerial display way out to sea…and then even managed a few final jumps in close just before being  released. The sail appeared to be 7ft plus and 45# - 50#s…a really nice fish on lite tackle.

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