Hello everyone, and welcome back to this week’s report! The weather this week has been beautiful for a change and the fishing hasn’t been too bad either. The reef fishing was really solid during the week, but the water has become gin clear and it is beginning to get more difficult. They are still biting, but patience will definitely a play a role in determining your success. Some nice cero’s running around in the chum as well as some nice Mangs and Muttons. The wrecks have also been decent with some Kings, AJ’s, Groupers and Muttons, and the occasional Wahoo. Offshore fishing this week has yielded a few opportunities to venture out into the deep, and for some has yielded a few nice sized Mahi’s, but for most not much at all. Rest assured they are on their way though as they are starting to show up good in the Bahamas so it won’t be long. The humps have been holding AJ’s and sharks, and only a few smaller Blackfins except for the Marathon Hump. It is loaded with BFT’s, and has some nice ones if you have the live bait. The sharks are bad everywhere, but if you stick with it you just might sneak a few out!
Well, that’s it for this week! Hope everyone has a safe weekend and please give me a call if you need a charter!
Capt. James Chappell