Good Morning, Yesterday was a great day! Tuna were caught on the corner, dolphin were caught out front, and snook were caught in the river! It was an exciting day for most.
The report from the corner had the Floridian catching 5 nice yellowfin tuna in the forty pound class, as well as a few other smaller yellowfins. They also caught and released a blue marlin which is always a nice treat at the end of the day. Stephen Neill and crew also had a great day of fishing on the corner yesterday. They reported catching at least twenty yellowfins!! Most were smaller class fish, but one of the fish they hooked came over the side and was estimated to be in the hundred pound class. They are going to get an official weight on it today. His fish were caught on the warm water side of a temperature break about 70 miles out of our inlet.
The Xport fished out front yesterday they had some scattered dolphin action and caught a few amberjacks. Christian Springsteen, the mate on the boat yesterday, told me the at the water was green and cold in 180 feet where they were fishing for the amberjacks. They were make a circle and the green water was pushing up from the bottom in there wake. Inshore from there on the reef however was warm and clean water. They finished there day off yesterday with a fifty six pound kingfish which is a very notable catch. Nice going guys!
The inshore water are starting to fill up with snook and big trout. Scott had a charter yesterday and captured several nice snook on live bait in the river. He told me that most of the places he looked at had fish on them. He also saw a kingfish sky out on the incoming tide yesterday! maybe that’s a sign that the water cleaning up in the river and it will be a great summer. We can only hope.
Have a great weekend!