Tailing and migrating Sailfish highlight the fishing action over the last 4 or 5 days. On Fri March 19 Don Prebola and friends caught 7 Sailfish on a 3/4 day. Live baits fished along a color change produced 3 double headers and a single. In addition another 4 Sails were raised that didn’t bite. The following day, Sat March 20th the wind swung into the east and Sailfish were tailing along the powder blue edge. In half a day we saw a dozen and cast live baits in front of them. We caught one but the rest refused to eat! Exciting none the less to hunt for tailers and then cast to them. A few Cobia, Tuna and Tunney also tailing.
Monthly Archives: March 2010
After an extended period of cold temps with lots of N wind we have experienced a warming trend during the last week. On Tues March 9th we fished a color change and found tailing Sailfish. We saw about 15 on the day but only caught 1 as most of the fish refused to eat even live bait. The color change was also full of Little Tunny and the occasional Dolphin. Thurs March 11 on a half day we fished the color change again, this time with strong SE wind. The schoolie Dolphin were thick and we caught 18 averaging 6-7 pounds as well as a couple of Tunny and a Cero. We also saw a couple of Sails neither would bite.