Monthly Archives: April 2008

//April

Schools of Dolphin

By |2008-04-29T02:57:56+00:00April 29th, 2008|Fishing Reports|

With beautiful weather today we started by running offshore. Stopped on a current line in 700' and caught a Sailfish. We then found two schools of Dolphin and caught a dozen fish. It's still a little early for dependable Dolphin fishing. We had another Sail bite in 550' but pulled him off. We then ran

Conclusion of tournament

By |2008-04-19T02:56:51+00:00April 19th, 2008|Fishing Reports|

Today we concluded fishing the World Sailfish Championship Tournament. After a great start, (6 on day one) we only caught 1 more fish the rest of the way. We were 1 for 1 on day two and never saw a fish today as the bite shifted way to the west, out of range for all

World Sailfish Tournament

By |2008-04-16T02:55:35+00:00April 16th, 2008|Fishing Reports|

First day of the World Sailfish Tournament. There were over 100 boats entered, including many of the best Sailfishing teams in south Florida. We caught 6 Sails on the day and are currently in 5th place.

Practice fishing

By |2008-04-15T02:53:53+00:00April 15th, 2008|Fishing Reports|

Today we practice fished this morning in Advance of the World Sailfish Championship Tournament which begins tomorrow. Wind was 25 knots out of the NW. We caught 1 Sail and hooked a very large Hammerhead Shark on a kite bait, he ate through the leader after about 5 minutes. We quit fishing about 12:30pm.

Amberjacks

By |2008-04-13T02:47:06+00:00April 13th, 2008|Fishing Reports|

Had a beautiful weather day today, maybe too pretty for good fishing. We tried Sailfishing first and caught some kingfish and bonitas but no Sails. We then dropped on some wrecks and caught several Amberjacks and lost several large mystery fish. We finished the day anchored on a 135' ledge and caught 4 Mutton Snapper,

Hooked

By |2008-04-02T02:41:38+00:00April 2nd, 2008|Fishing Reports|

Today we had another group with kids who were looking for action. We anchored on the reef edge and had the big Yellowtail on top and biting. The current on the reef which had been running to the east has switched back to the west in the last day or so and that has got

Cobia

By |2008-04-01T02:39:28+00:00April 1st, 2008|Fishing Reports|

We had a morning half day trip with 3 generations of the same family. I brought 10 dozen live shrimp and we started out anchored on a patch reef in 30'. We caught Ceros, small Yellowtail and one keeper Mutton. We then reanchored on the deeper reef and the big Yellowtail came right to the