Miami Fishing Report 6/29-7/2

Conditions Brief:

Summer is in full swing. The ocean has been flat calm for nearly the whole week, especially in the mornings and evenings. Pilchards are scattered along the beach in good numbers. Keep an eye out for pelicans diving or big jacks busting the surface. Storms seem to typically roll in around the afternoon, and fishing before or after them can put the odds of catching something further in your favor. 

Weekend outlook: (6/30-7/2)

Conditions appears to be similar to that of the previous days. Expect clam seas, and occasional thunderstorms rolling in and out during the afternoons. For most people, it's safe to say you can leave the dramamine at home 🤣     

SPJ/Vertical Jigging report:

Solid blackfin tunas around. Get your jigs ready and go! We recommend using a 130/200 gram Nami vertical jig for the tuna. Or if you are slow pitching, definitely use our Kawa 210/240 gram jig. We're getting reports of large amberjack, mutton snapper, and red grouper out there as well. Any of these can be caught slow pitching, just a matter of consistency and fishing the right spots. 

Hopefully the weather stays like this for long enough! Get out and fish!!