Super Strike Charters Fishing Report

The weather has been pretty tough for the month of June this year. A lot of unusually windy days so far, but in between those windy days the fishing has been very productive. Of course the amount of Red Snapper out there sure makes for an easy target so we have been getting a limit of snapper every trip out with no problem at all. We have been mixing that with tuna fishing and it has been good. Most of the tuna have been in the 40-60lb. range but Capt. Alex found the 100+lbers just before we had all this weather. From the looks of everything now the fishing should be incredible. Usually when you get a storm that pushes into the eastern Gulf, especially the way that this one did, it relocates the fish to the less affected areas, which means they probably moved west. Not that we needed the push because we were doing great before, but, this should definitely increase the amount of certain species of fish in our area. Our next scheduled charters are on Wed., before that it was the 15th of June so we have missed a few days from all the wind. Right now we are targeting Yellowifn Tuna, Mahi Mahi, and Wahoo along the rip lines and floaters. Around the rigs we will be targeting Red and Mangrove Snapper, Grouper, and Cobia. I will report after the trips to give an update. I have no doubt the fishing will be either as good or better than it normally is this time of the year.

Capt. Damon McKnight