Monthly Archives: February 2008


Reef’s edge

By |2008-02-29T02:33:02+00:00February 29th, 2008|Fishing Reports|

With a NE breeze of 20knots we elected to "hunker down" on the reef edge, being on the anchor made the breezy condition very comfortable. We ended up in 82' of water and had a slow pick of quality fish for most of the day. We ended up with 3 or 4 Cero's, a couple

Glassy calm

By |2008-02-25T02:32:15+00:00February 25th, 2008|Fishing Reports|

The weather was glassy calm so we decided to run into the Gulf and fish the "grouper bar" for Kings. When we arrived there was no current so we elected to slow troll rather than anchor down. We picked at the kings, fish from 10-20 lbs. We saw 3 cobias on top and hooked one

Trolling the gulley

By |2008-02-16T02:31:09+00:00February 16th, 2008|Fishing Reports|

We caught live Ballyhoo to go along with large pilchards this morning and then headed west on the reef edge looking for Sailfish sprays. We didn't see any activity so we slow trolled the gulley area at Western Dry rocks and caught half a dozen kings and several bonitas. We then moved to the outside

Toppino Buoy

By |2008-02-02T02:30:09+00:00February 2nd, 2008|Fishing Reports|

The Sailfish continue to shower schools of Ballyhoo along the reef edge from the Toppino buoy to Sand Key Light. After catching live Ballyhoo at the middle ground, the Southpaw ran west to the CB buoy hoping to find Sails in that area with fewer boats competing for them. Instead we found dirtier water and