Hello everyone, and welcome back to this week’s report! The weather this week has been absolutely incredible, and the fishing hasn’t been too bad either! I wouldn’t say any one thing has been red hot, but everything has been cooperating well enough to get the job done. We have had a few Sailfish around, as well as some Wahoo and Kings inside of 200 feet of water. In addition, there have been some Dolphin, Tunas, and Amberjacks offshore. Inside of 1200’ on any sort of weed edge or current edge has been the best for the Dolphin, while the Tunas have been moving around between the humps and 300 feet of water. The birds have been on them pretty good, so they haven’t been too tough to find. The Dolphin fishing is still spotty, but if you put your time in you will find some fish. Even saw a 50 pounder this week, so the larger fish are starting to show up as well. The wrecks have been a pick on the Mutton Snappers and Groupers, but they have been good enough to find a few for the dinner table….Mutton Snappers that is, as we still have a little over a month until the Grouper season opens up. The reef has been the toughest area this week as the water has been gin clear with little current. You can hustle up enough for dinner, but I have been spending a good bit of time live chumming for them over the wrecks. They have been pretty aggressive, and they are absolutely huge Yellowtails. Like I said, the fishing is good, no great, but good enough to put a catch together and have smiling faces at the end of the day!