Fishing Reports

Thank goodness we made it through the storm with minimal damage, and we pray for the ones who were less fortunate than ourselves!  It seems the wind in Nov will not quit, giving us few chances to get offshore.  In Oct, we did make it out and our clients caught a few dolphin, and some snake kings.  Their were only a handful of larger kings caught. The mackeral have started to show up and can be taken on small feathers  close to shore from 15-40 ft.  The tarpon have showed up and the action will only increase throughout  the winter!  I fished the gulf coast during thanksgiving week and caught numerous big gag grouper.  The winter brings more cold fronts which will turn the sailfish action in high gear!  We are catching sailfish with multiple chances daily! Bottom fishing has been good with groupers being caught also. Untill next tide, Capt. Matt

Sailfish have been steady, but plenty of fish are still to the north, since we haven't had many strong coldfronts come through.  Kingfishh are here one day and tough the next.  We have caught a few wahoo near to the full moon.  Deep dropping for golden tilefish was slow in early Jan but the fish have been biting well the last few trips. Blueline tiles are also biting well in state waters.  Vermillion snapper have been up to 3 lbs.  Lets get out there for a nice Golden Tile!!  Capt Matt

Fished with Tony and Angelo for 2 days, and they wanted some golden tiles.  We caught the limit and some blueline tiles to boot.  Caught some big porgies and nice vermillions also.  Capt Matt

Fished with Ralph from Connecticut for half day,  caught this nice wahoo in 180.  Few kings and mackeral also.  Capt Matt

January has been howling for at least a week, and we have been  unable to fish outside!  The good thing about the wind is when it stops,  fishing should be very good with dolphin coming closer and sail packs finding their way to the south. Its only going to get better!  Before the blow, Deep dropping has been very good with tilefish and vermillion snapper coming over the rail!! Lests get some meat fish!!  Capt Matt

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