On the reef, the Yellowtails are still biting, but not chewing the chum out of the bag. Since this last moon passed, the current has fallen out, but with this front and new moon on the way it should start getting back to normal. The water cleaned up tremendously this past week, and even though there has been enough current to “get it done”, the water has been Gin clear in 80 feet of water, as you could literally see the Nurse Sharks laying on the bottom. This is not ideal conditions for Snappers, but we have managed to catch enough for dinner every time, so sometimes you just got to take what you can get!
The wrecks have been holding good numbers of Kings this week, and a couple Sails, Wahoo, and Tuna have been getting plucked out while trying to catch the Kings. They are all a really nice treat when you are targeting the Kings, and bring a smile to everyone’s face. We have another front coming through, and it looks like the chill is back on the way down. Hopefully, this will be the push we have been waiting for, and we can get some last “licks” in on these winter fish before spring gets here.