Good morning, it sounds like the dog days of summer are upon us. I have heard only a few reports of anglers having success both offshore and in the river. A friend of mine was fishing on the 4th of July offshore in 600 foot. He was trolling lures to make an attempt at catching a blue marlin. He wasn't successful at that, but he did raise three or four sailfish. Unfortunately he was rigged up for marlin fishing and didn't have anything the sails would bite. There have also been a few sailfish caught by anglers fishing closer to shore. From 60 to 100 feet there have been several sails caught over the last few days. Along with the sails there have been a scattering of dolphin, bonita, kingfish, and barracuda caught in the same depth.
As for the river, I haven't heard many reports, however you could start looking in the inlets for snook and mangrove snappers. This time of year is when both of those species move into the inlets to spawn. They can be caught on both live bait and artificial. Stop by and well give you the particulars on what they eat.
Have a great weekend!