We have been plagued during the last week with windy conditions. On days when we’ve been able to get out the fishing has been reasonably good. The fish don’t mind rough seas and in fact often bite better when there is a chop on the surface. The Sailfish action has temporarily slowed down although I’m sure it will improve again after our latest cold front. In place of the Sails, we’ve been catching more Dolphin and both Skipjack and Blackfin Tuna. We haven’t done much reef fishing lately but when we have, the Yellowtail Snapper have been consistent.
Monthly Archives: November 2013
We have been enjoying an excellent run of Sailfish over the last week. Six to eight bites a day has been the norm. Rather than live baiting as we normally do, we have had good success trolling fresh dead swimming Ballyhoo in combination with various natural bait teasers. We’ve been raising a lot of fish to the teasers and getting a lot of flat line bites, great visuals and good fun. In addition to the Sails we’ve been catching Blackfin Tuna, Skipjack Tuna and the occasional Dolphin.