Finally, after months of waiting and waiting for a decent push of migrating dolphin to move up the coast into our waters have arrived. As the sargassum weed drifts slowly towards our beaches, wind and water drawn currents form these floating plants into long vertical lines, or weedlines as we like to call them. Trash and sticks and other floating objects join the party, drawing in plentiful amounts of baitfish to the floatsum as they use it for protection to hide from predators. Which in return, brings in everyone’s favorite sport fish, the ever so colorful ‘Mahi Mahi’. It has been non stop action in the 300-800ft range all week, with fish flying over the rails. Schoolies, gaffers, and slammers are hitting every bait that is put in the water. Fish are averaging 5-15lbs with bigger fish coming every so often. Fishing for these fish is as good as it gets right now. Amberjacks and triggerfish remain a constant bite on the reefs and wrecks as well, making for an excellent ice box at the end of the day.