Good morning, a late weekend report surfaced yesterday from Mike Yavorsky. On a weekend trip to the corner the crew on the Warrior came upon a pallet floating in 300 feet on the way over. They managed to pull 4 wahoo to the boat using a butterfly jig and then went on to bottom fish in the northern part of the Bahamas to catch yellow eye, button snapper and a misty grouper. RJ Hamilton reported finding an awesome edge in 360 feet east of Bethel Shoal yesterday and caught a couple of gaffer dolphin using bally-hoo.
Inshore, the water temperature in the lagoon is very warm and has managed to keep fish a little on the sluggish side. The tarpon again were very active feeding on mullet at the mouth of the Ft. Pierce inlet last night. The catch and release action for snook slowed a little last night on the south jetty at Ft. Pierce. Bottom fishing remains good during the night time hours, there you can expect to find black margate, mangrove snapper and goliath grouper around the bridges and channel edges.
Have a great day, Donald.