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Deep Sea Fishing Report November 2019

November Has Been Challenging to Get Offshore
When you can get offshore, the king mackerel have been very cooperative. The fall mullet run has continued to be fun this November and should continue until big surf and swells push them down the coastline. Look for a smattering of bull redfish on the bouyline and in the Canaveral bite along with whiting, some pompano, and bluefish for the light tackle enthusiast.

Tripletail are traditionally a November contender, but the last several years have not been that exciting, this year continues to be a let down for numbers of tripletail.

Cobia makes a small run south during November and this year’s cobia run has been a little productive on the outer reefs and wrecks when the weather, wind and sea conditions are favorable.

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Honestly, there is never a bad time to go deep sea fishing in Florida, but if you're on the hunt for certain species you might have to time your deep sea fishing trip for the fall. For some anglers, September through November offer the best fishing in Florida