Hello everyone, and welcome back to this week’s report! The wind has been steady this week, but the fishing has been pretty good! Some true variety this week with one day catching eleven different species! The Sails are starting to show up, and the current has been cooperating with the wind, and even though it has been rough the fishing has been good. Not sure when the winds are going to come down, as there isn’t much relieve in sight, but the good news is that Islamorada is in the “lee” of the island, so anything with North direction isn’t as bad as the report says the word North in it. We are hoping this week the wind stays more Northeast than East allowing us to stay in the “lee”. With the wind blowing out of the East for a few days now it should blow in the Gulfstream current and get the current moving up the road. If this happens, it should really kick off the Sailfish bite and we can consider winter time fishing on it’s way. We did get a bit of a “cool” front this week, and had a couple days of decent Sailfishing, so make no mistake that the flood gates are about to open with these guys. The reef and wreck fishing this week has been really good with Groupers and Muttons, along with plenty of Kings, Jacks, and Tunas. They are calling for 15-20 knots for the weekend with the winds NE to E, so lets hope it stays more Northeast for all of our sakes.