Hello everyone, and welcome back to this week’s report! The fishing this week has been rough, with some gnarly rain, but we have been getting it done! The Sailfishing has been picking up as the current has been pushing hard to the northeast and the water has been sparkling! I think we are finally getting the right conditions for these guys and with this cold front coming I would say it’s about to get really good….finally! The Goggle Eyes have been our bait of choice as the winds have been blowing 20 or so all week, so for the kites they have been best due to heavier baits. We did catch a couple on some Pilchards so whatever you can keep looking right will work, but the Goggs have been great on the long baits. The wrecks and deeper ledges have been hot this week as well with good Mutton Snapper fishing from 125′ to 240′ of water. These guys are starting to move from the shallows back to the deep, although they might move back in with these fronts coming and the temperatures dropping to feed on the shrimp running out of the bay. The patches will definitely heat back up as the temperatures fall so don’t be afraid to go shallow. Patches in 10′ of water will hold some really nice fish, so don’t let the shallow depths fool ya! The reef ledge this week was a little on the tough side as the gin clear water made the Yellowtails a little finicky. You could definitely catch enough for dinner, but it has been tough at best. The weekend might be another story as the shallow water is going to get churned up and the tide is going to push that dirty water out once the wind moves around to the North. Although, with the temperatures dropping that cooler water will definitely slow them down, but let’s wait and see what actually happens first. Bait has been challenging this week, but we have been lucky enough to have a nice school of Pilchards that have been holding up and were able to beat up on them early in the week. Add to that some bait penned up, and we were able to make it happen..We were very fortunate for this as a lot of boats really struggled with catching bait. This weather is going to really churn it all up, so it will be day-to-day for the rest of the week.