Its spring time in the sunshine state, and that means weed lines. Beautiful rifts of Sargasso weed blossom all over the deep open gather near the current edge, form long and defined orange/ gold lines. Baitfish flock to these weed lines in search of shelter. As in good time, so do the mahi mahi. Millions of yearlings, 5-30lb cows and bulls migrate with the warm gulf stream feeding on just about anything that come their way. Ballyhoo, squid, top water, cut bait, artificials, you name it, a hungry dolphin is going to eat it. On the underside of things, bottom fishing heats up as cold surface temps and warm bottom temps meet. Gathering the groupers, triggerfish, and mixed bag of snappers on just about every reef deeper than 130 feet. Anglers prepare for a busy season of fishing with migrating cobia, manta rays, tuna, and amberjacks make their way up the Florida coastline up north for the summer months.