Hello everyone, and welcome back to this week’s report! The winds have finally subsided and it looks like we are going to have a stretch of nice weather for once with NO COLD FRONTS! Pretty amazing that we are finally getting to see some consistency as it has been a LONG winter. Whatever it is we will take it! The fishing this week has been pretty good with a mixed bag of just about everything.
Offshore Fishing is Producing
The offshore has produced some swordfish, mahi, tuna, Amberjacks, and sharks.
Reef & Wreck Fishing... with Bait Comes Fish
The wrecks and deep ledges have been producing some mutton snappers, amberjacks, throwback groupers, permit, bonita, and jack crevalles. On top of that the reef fishing has been really solid with the yellowtail snappers in full spawn. There have still been a few sailfish running around, and even a few wahoo around the reef edge and the wrecks.
Fishing has been pretty good, and a lot of it has to do with the amount of bait around. As soon as the wind died out the pilchards showed their faces and there’s bait all over the shallow patches making the chumming optimal.
On That Note
A lot of opportunity right now, and it should only get better as we swing into summer. Looking forward to this nice break from the wind, and some great fishing! Hope you all get a chance to get out this weekend, and if you do be safe out there!