Welcome back everyone to this week’s report! It has been a cold one here in Islamorada this week with the temperatures dipping into the 50’s. I k now most of you would kill for 50 degree weather, but for us it is like 15 degrees for you! Waaa…Waaa…..I know, but it is true. We have mostly been Tournament Sailfishing all week, and the fishing I would say has been decent. Today was the first day it really got good I think, so now that this front has passed we will see how it all works out. Pretty good numbers on fish today, and the fleet as a whole did a good job catching them. The patch reefs are on fire since the front as the shrimp have been pushing out of the bay and getting all the Mutton Snappers and Groupers fired up. I haven’t fished on the deep reef all week since the water dropped into the low 70’s, but reports are that the water is too cold and the fish aren’t biting very well. You can catch some, but getting a real bite going has been tough. I did get a report that the Muttons on the deeper wrecks have been decent around this moon, so if targeting these guys is on you list then you just might do well. Some Kings out in the areas as well as the reef’s edge, so there definitely are some fish out there. Cobia are starting to show up nicely if you can manage a light wind, and the water cleans up a little. Well, that’s it for this week. Give me a call and get your name in my book as there isn’t a whole lot left. Going to get the new Freeman 34VH on Wednesday now, so I will have the site updated with the new pictures very soon!