The dog days of summer find us dealing with day time temperatures in the nineties with very little breeze on most days. Water temperatures are hot and fishing is a bit of a challenge. Offshore, a few Dolphin remain but we are far past the peak of the season. Skip Jack Tuna, a few Blackfins and the occasional Billfish round out what’s available in the deep water. On the reef we have had a very steady bite of Grey or Mangrove Snapper for the last 6 weeks, that action is finally slowing down. On days with decent current; Yellowtail, Cero, Various Jack species, King MackerelÂ and a few GrouperÂ are keeping rods bent.