Good morning, tonight is the night of the full moon and there are plenty of folks getting ready for some swordfish action. Dave Vandyke fishing with the Mullins last weekend off Jupiter, boated a swordfish that weighed in at a hefty 425 Lbs. Anglers this weekend should find some decent weather and some good offshore action. Scattered dolphin and sailfish have been caught during the week and there are numerous spots loaded with black sea bass and grouper. Snapper action can be spotty at times as these fish are not fond of the divers looking for lobsters.
Inshore, there are pockets of bait showing a long the beaches and back in the lagoon. Glass minnows are numerous on the south beach and snook and tarpon have been active chasing after them. Spanish mackerel are mixed in with the snook and tarpon and have been seen on the north beach as well. Snook fishing in the inlet is still strong for some catch and release action with anglers getting ready for the opening of the season on September 1ST. Trout and redfish have been scattered across the lagoon and fishing has been better early or late in the day.
Mark your calenders for October 22ND. the date for the annual White’s Tackle Inshore Classic Tournament.
Have a great weekend, Donald.