The fishing has been really good recently, but we are scheduled for the wind to pick up this week and hopefully it will drop off towards the end of the week.
We have focused most of our attention offshore the marlin bite continues to stay very good and we are landing multiple fish a day. Dorado are scattered and there aren’t many around, but the fish dorado we are finding are big! The tuna are here now as well and most are foot balls, however there are tuna being caught up to 150lbs!
The sardines continue to stay up north but it’s definitely worth the boat ride. Earlier this week we had an amazing day on jacks and roosterfish on the inside just offshore using sardina to get them worked up. Right now there are thousands of jacks just offshore getting ready to spawn and it’s really an amazing site to see with so many jacks in one area. The beach still continues to stay average. Over the season the roosterfish have had a ton of pressure but we are finding some fish and if you are patient to can take a few shots at them…
Enrico Puglisi is coming this week to fish with us for few days and it’s going to a great experience.
This week we had some incredible fishing. Marlin is still the top bite on the outside and we caught some really nice fish. While looking for marlin we have been catching some really good dorado…Although there aren’t very many, the ones we are catching are big! The tuna have started show up as well and there are reports of more on the way. Once we learn more about the tuna bite we will differently keep you posted.
The beaches have started to fish better now that the water has cleared up a bit. Roosterfish are still very weary as the beaches are crowded and they are receiving a ton of pressure. However, last week we did some exploring on some beaches and found exactly what we were looking for. Roosterfish!
We will be fishing these beaches with our clients this week and we will update shortly. Please feel free to contact us with questions and availability.
Over the last week we have had some incredible fishing. Our main focus has been the marlin bite. Although a 15 mile boat ride, it has been well worth it to find the most productive areas.
The other day we raised over 15 marlin and landed 4. Also, sailfish have been in the mix as well. The wind did pick up for a few days and it made for a bumpy ride with 4-6 foot swells, but the anglers who persevered through it were well rewarded. However, the wind should be more manageable this week and the it will be easier to go further looking for marlin.
Dorado are around as well and although there aren’t very many fish, the ones we are catching are big!
The beaches have shut down and the inshore water is dirty due to the wind, plus the roosterfish have had major pressure on them with the busy beaches this season. We should see the bite pick up in a week or two once the pressure dies down and the water cleans up.
if you would like information regarding our trips please call and we are happy to discuss options with you.