Dolphin offshore and Snapper inshore has been the story over the last several weeks. Offshore there are plenty of Dolphin but the vast majority have been on the small size. In addition to Dolphin, a few Wahoo and the occasional Skipjack or Blackfin Tuna make up the catch. In on the reef we had a few very good catches of Mutton Snapper during the last spawn and are now catching Grey Snapper as that species begins it’s spawn.
Monthly Archives: June 2015
We try not to sugar coat our fishing reports by overstating the quality of the fishing. The fact of the matter is that the historic peak of Dolphin season has come and gone and overall it’s been a poor season, notable for the lack of any quantity of the large fish which we expect to catch this time of year. There have been reasonable numbers of 5-10 pound fish available on most days and a few Billfish bites. We’ve caught a White Marlin, a Round Scale Marlin and a Sailfish in the last several weeks. On the reef, Snapper and Grouper fishing has been so so. With an upcoming full moon, we will see shortly whether the Mutton Snapper bite.