Good morning, the weekend offshore proved to be good for dolphin fishing. Eric Hedal and Ted Reagan reported catching 6 dolphin on live pilchards. Eric’s big one weighed 45# and Ted’s big one weighed 30#. Brandon Langel, Kadri Benton and Chris Langel fishing aboard the boat Blue Runner caught 6 dolphin to 25# using live mullet. They were fishing a rip and weed line in 160 feet with a temperature change of 4 degrees from 81-85 degrees. The crew of the Blue Runner also caught 5 amberjack over the Mulliphen wreck fishing live mullet. The water was on the bottom was dirty and not conducive for fishing for grouper or snapper. Bait was hard to find around the buoys and along the beaches.
Inshore, snook fishing has been good a long the south side of the inlet on live bait and fishing in the shadow line of the docks. One group of guys vacationing here for a week dropped by Saturday on their way out of town, and reported some great action on the hotel dock where they were staying using live greenies. We have received reports of some tarpon action south in the lagoon around little mud creek. Trout fishing in the Bear Point area has been steady with reports from anglers using soft plastics.
Don’t forget about: a demonstration for Ten Point Crossbows will start at 9:00 a.m. on Saturday July 23RD with Mathew Monks in our archery shop.
Have a great day, Donald.