The Offshore and Inshore Fishing during late March and Early April has been great!
In early March the Tuna fishing was absolutely incredible. We had almost two full weeks of catching Monsters in the 150-200lb. Plus range. In Mid March it slowed down somewhat but that was mainly due to the weather, but on the days we were able to get offshore the fishing was good. The Wahoo bite is still in full force but you have to be one of the first boats to arrive to a particular location or you just have to be the lucky boat that gets the bites.. Too much pressure will drive the fish down and keep them from biting. The swordfishing has been excellent to say the least. Not many days go by that you don’t get a least a shot at one. They are hard to hook and land, but when you do it is a trophy and excellent table-fare. The offshore fishing for Tuna and Mahi Mahi will be starting to really pick up as we approach mid-Spring and start to have calmer days of fishing. The targeted species over the next several months will be Yellowfin Tuna, Wahoo, Mahi Mahi, Swordfish, Cobia, and Mangrove Snapper. We have open dates available thru July with lodging available as well.
The inshore or back-water fishing as some prefer to call it has been incredible. Red Fish have been as plentiful as ever, and they have been averaging from 17″ slots to 35″ bulls. As we move later into spring we will be able to target them separately most days. For those who prefer to call it catching instead of fishing then this is the type of fishing you want to do.
As a friendly reminder:
Red Snapper: season will reopen June 1st and run through July 31st for federally permitted charter boats. Amberjack season will run from Aug 1st thru November 1st, 2019.