Islamorada has been a bit breezy over the last week but both boats have manged some great days on the water. Spring break is upon us and the families have been having a great time on both sides of the island. We found some real nice Hog fish earlier in the week as well as some Mutton Snappers and some real nice Black Groupers that we have been letting go, several up to 20lbs or so. There have been a few Sail fish this week too, all on live ballyhoo’s. The Reef and Patch fishing have proven to be the main stay this week. Lots of action, yellow tails, Porgies and some Spanish and Ciro mackerel’s. As warm as its been the Permit should be showing up very soon on some of our shallower wrecks. There has also been a descent Dolphin bite as of late to, Capt. Andrew had a real nice catch on Friday.
In the Back country their Tarpon have started to show up in pretty good numbers, Toms Lake was producing a real nice bite on both bait and Fly! the Red fish and Trout are just about jumping in the boat. Starting to see more and more Cobia. The Sharks are starting to move in on some of the wrecks which can make things a little difficult at times. Overall things have been pretty good, weather has been outstanding, just have to deal with the wind but it’s that time of the year! Looking forward to an increase in the Dolphin fishing as well as the Sword fishing and Black fin Tunas. The Tarpon and permit fishing should do nothing but get better everyday.

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