Hello everyone, and welcome back to this week’s report! Looks like the weather man is finally giving us a break as the weather has been drop dead gorgeous all week, and will continue into the weekend! It is such a nice change of pace from the windy and cold winter we have had the last couple months, but don’t get too comfortable as the wind is coming again on Sunday night! Let’s just enjoy it for the week, we can talk more about the wind next week! The fishing this week has been pretty good, with the Sailfishing on the upswing again as almost everyone has had a few shots each day, or at least seen a few. The Mackerels on the reef have been good, and with some wahoo’s floating around in the hard east current on the edge has made for an interesting week to say the least. The Muttons have been biting after this moon quite well on the falling tide, but the only thing that has really slowed has been the Yellowtail fishing as the current has been up the road and the water is a little cool and Gin clear. This is going to change for the weekend, so if you want Yellowtails this will be fine once the water warms up a tad more. This calm weather and clean water has really opened up the Cobia fishing this week. The clean water makes looking for these guys much easier in the sand as they follow these rays because they love to each all the shrimp, crabs, and other organisms the stingrays churn up off the bottom. I guess you could call them a swimming buffet, but whatever it is the Cobia love them! These guys are great table fare and are arguably some of the best sashimi I have ever eaten, so if you get the chance take full advantage of it! Sometimes it takes a little patience to find them, but when you do look out! Great fighting fish, and very powerful! The offshore report remains about the same as the Amberjacks are loaded up on the humps, and there are a few Tunas around in the deep, but they are not very big as of yet. The deep dropping in the rips and around the humps has been decent, as there have been some nice Yellow Eyes and Vermillion Snappers caught this week as well. Plenty to do and catch that is for sure!