Fishing Reports

Fished with  the big boys today, trainer Mike Farro, racing secretary,  Sal Sinatra and office clerk,  Skip.  Fishing was tough with not much wind and zero current.  Caught some tiles for dinner and we had  a sail on for a few jumps but came unglued!!  Still a great day on the water!! Capt. Matt

Fished with my good friend  jockey,  Joe Bravo who is currently riding and winning races at Gulfstream Park.  Joining in on the fun were Mike Panchak and his son Joey.  Joey has just enlisted in the USMC.  We wish him safe times and commend him on his service.  Great day catching blackfin tunas, skipjack tunas and some beauty tilefish!!

Fishedwith my brother, Angelo and my nephew Mark.   It was a beautiful flat day with no current.   Great for cruising, but not great for fishing.  We hit numerous wrecks which marked fish but nobody would eat.  Finally we did hook up with a nice jack.  Great day with or without fish with my family!!

Fished with Mike for some deep bottom dwellers.. Caught this beautiful golden tile for the table!!  Lets get the tilefish off your bucket list!!  Capt.  Matt

Its been awhile since I posted some reports,  time really flies.   Lately the fishing has been hit or miss.  It has been a dismal sailfish showing so far for south Florida, but the best days have been right after a front comes through.  Still the sailfish have not been thick as they usually are for this time of the year, but as the fronts try to make it all the way down here where we are,  it will only get better.  Dolphin have been scarce, but the ones you do encounter this time of the year are usually nice ones.  Tarpon fishing also has not been great for this time of the year, where they should be plentiful.  The tarpon have not shown themselves in great numbers yet, but a few have been caught.  The best bet has been bottom fishing so far.  Try an offshore wreck for muttons, since the groupers must be released except for the snowy groupers.   Vermillion snappers and tile fishing have been decent , especially with light winds  and  light current.   It is only going to get better and it could be in an instant!!  Capt  Matt

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