The reef and wrecks remain consistent, and the Yellowtail bite is as good as it gets since the Commercial Yellowtail closure. We are allowed to fish for them on charters and recreationally, using the recreational limits, and the fish have been incredibly hungry. The sharks are back in pretty good numbers too, so I suppose we can contribute this to the water temperature as it is nearly 82 degrees still. The wrecks and deeper live bottom are still producing nice Muttons and Groupers, as well as some really nice King Mackerel, Amberjacks, Bonita, and even a few African Pompano. A few Wahoo were caught this week with the calmer weather, and this fishery is just beginning and will get much better in the next month or two.