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Key Biscayne Snook Fishing

Published June 4th, 2012

The group decided to hit a special spot in Biscayne Bay for a night of Key Biscayne snook fishing. Supposedly during the outgoing tide last night the bite really picked up. The plan was to capitalize on what would hopefully be a stronger tide promoting more feeding activity. The last couple trips were very successful and hopefully this one would be more than what we anticipated. We loaded up with bait (super secret spiny fish) and headed to our spot. The bite was hot... with fish popping periodically and fast bites. The first fish was in the mid 20 inches and was released quickly. After pulling the hook on another, we landed a 35'' fish.


After this guy we caught another snook in the mid 20'' range. After that we caught another cookie cutter fish around 33''.


We kept at it with our drifts and lost a few more mystery fish that couldn't be stopped by locked down drags. We eventually caught another snook around the same size which was just over slot as well.


It was a beautiful night on the water with flat calm conditions, a light west wind and plenty of fish. Can't ask for a more relaxing evening. Final tally- 5 snook, (3 over slot and 2 under slot)


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