Dolphin season is well underway in Key West. The action over the last several weeks has been a little uneven, one day good the next day not so good. We have lacked the strong easterly currents which keep the fish moving andÂ push the Sargassum weed into organized lines. Large areas of scattered weed which are hard to fish have been a frequent problem.Â Along with the Dolphin there have been a few Billfish, Tuna and Wahoo. Inshore the Permit are still forming spawning aggregates along the top of the bar. Snapper fishing for both Mutton and Yellowtail has also been productive when the current runs westerly along the reef.