As the coldfronts start to become less and less a weekly bother, spring time sun and warmth slip in from the south and to spur a wonderfull bite. Fish become more populated on the reef as warmer, calmer waters are more apparent by the day. Amberjack move back in thick to the offshore wrecks along with countless amounts of ganging sandbar sharks. There are so many of these sharks this time of year, at times you may not be able to bring a single fish to the surface without being mauled by aggressive 7-10ft sandbars, but the fish are biting! And biting well, which makes for an exciting challenge to beat the sharks to your fish. Along with the Aj’s, grouper are a daily sighting along with countless big reds, and limits of vermillion snapper and a good picking of lane, mutton, and mangrove snapper. With April and May around the corner, get ready for the growing chances of a mahi mahi and or sailfish making daily appearances as well.