I have a friend with an awesome 52′ Post who’s looking for persons to go tuna fishing. Sebastian and I also go on the trips. He only wants to be reimbursed for expenses and the price per person is just $400. A regular tuna trip, for two days, would cost over $1000 per person. We…Details
Went in to the beach and found numerous manta rays many with cobia trailing them. Caught these 4 in a little over an hour fishing. Great time!!
Caught this nice gag grouper in 170 ft of water and a large shark ate most of it on the way up. Lots of large sharks are now on all the big wrecks; mostly sandbar sharks.
Went out into the Gulf Stream, about 40 miles and found a nice weed line loaded with Mahi. We were in 550 ft of cobalt blue water at 81 deg. Sunny day with 2-3 ft seas ideal catching conditions. We caught lots of fish then went in to shallower waters and caught snappers, sea bass,…Details
Lots of Cobia caught yesterday hanging out with Manta Rays. Mantas can reach 23 ft in width and can have from 1 to 15 cobia in trail. We get 3 or 4 persons up on the bow and pitch jigs and live bait for hook-ups. Sometimes we get 4-5 on at a time. One of…Details
Waters temperatures are finally starting to warm up. We bottom fished all day. We caught at least 10 red snapper over 20 lbs and many more smaller ones. The Vermillion Snapper bite was also good and had a box full. We also caught sea bass and trigger fish. We tried jigging and caught small Amberjack…Details
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…Details
As the days get longer and the mid day warmth becomes a blanketing and stagnant heat, you know that summer time is just around the corner. Spring winds slow to a slugs pace helping water temperatures heat up with the rising air temps, and in result bringing in the fish. Schools of hungry amberjack and migrating mahi mahi appear in the masses,…Details
As cold fronts rear to a standing halt, and the wind blows out of a different direction everyday, a change in the seas becomes so ever apparent. Mud clouds in the water stretch out into deep oceanic abyss, traveling 20-25 miles out with visibility in the water of only 5-10 feet at best. Fish are seemingly gone…Details
As the winter season begins its full force trot through cold fronts, blustery north winds, rainy squalls and cool short days, a vibrancy of fish begin to show their faces in an inspired type fashion. Anchoring up in blue water is the key to good bottom fishing. So with the consistent north winds making the…Details