It feels more like sailfish season than a nice warm Spring morning. It looks like it should be pretty decent by Thursday, so get everything in order for the weekend. The fishing out front has been pretty hot with numerous reports of dolphin up to forty pounds. Many boats have caught close to a dozen gaffer size fish in the last few days. The other side has been hit or miss with some boats finding tunas and many not. They are definitely there but moving through fast so you have to hope you hit it right. There are also plentiful numbers of healthy dolphin over there, as well as schooly sized wahoos.
Inshore fishing is still great. Shawn Ninesling and Moon Crossman reported close to a dozen snook yesterday afternoon all on top-water. The largest one was 38 inches (great top-water fish). They also caught a couple nice trout and a redfish. There are a few flounder around the spoil islands to the North. Look for them to be in the cuts between islands nosed into the current. Gulp shrimp and 1/4 oz. jig heads work great. There are still plenty of redfish around. I have heard and seen schools of fish from here all the way to Wabasso causeway.
Hope you have a great day. Below is a picture of one of the yellow-fins caught on the Blue Runner a few days ago.