Spring Sailfishing is in full swing. We have been raising between 6 and 10 Sails per day over the last week while kite fishing with live baits. Most of the action is taking place between 115′ and 150′ along the edge of the reef. Conditions have not been ideal yet for “tailing” because of a lack of east current. If we get east current the Sailfishing will improve further. In addition to Sails We’ve been getting lots of bites from King Mackerel, and Little Tunny as well as a few Wahoo and Blackfin Tuna.
Monthly Archives: April 2013
Sailfish action continued to improve over the last week. We’ve been catching them on a daily basis inspite of having relatively poor conditions for it, with off color water and very little current. Once we get some blue water and east current it should really get good. We continue to produce some good variety catches consisting of many different species by anchoring down and chumming hard. The King Mackerel fishing has slowed but there has been no shortage of Little Tunny to bend a rod. Yellowtail action on the reef has been excellent on days with west current. Offshore the Dolphin bite is still slow.