Monthly Archives: November 2010


Twenty Yellowtail

By |2010-11-27T02:27:59+00:00November 27th, 2010|Fishing Reports|

Pretty day with light south wind. Ran offshore and stopped on two seperate weedlines looking for Dolphin. Didn't get any bites so we ended up back on the reef edge anchored and chumming. Caught 20 head of Yellowtail, 1 10lb Mutton Snapper and 5 or 6 Cero before returning to the dock at noontime.

Livebaiting the Afternoon

By |2010-11-26T02:29:13+00:00November 26th, 2010|Fishing Reports|

We had south wind and lumpy seas in the morning, with the wind deminishing and the sea state improving as the day went on. We started deadbaiting in 180'-200' and caught some Dolphin and also 1 out of 3 Sailfish bites. At midday we caught live ballyhoo and spent the afternoon livebaiting. The afternoon produced

Three Sails

By |2010-11-21T03:34:52+00:00November 21st, 2010|Fishing Reports|

Caught live Ballyhoo today and worked hard at Sailfishing. We ended up catching 3 Sails on the day. We had a few other bites from Cero, barracuda, kingfish and bonito.

Pretty Much Kick-Ass

By |2010-11-18T03:35:52+00:00November 18th, 2010|Fishing Reports|

Yesterday was our final day of a three day trip and it was pretty much kick-ass! It was slick calm in the morning after a south wind the day before so I looked for and found a little shoestring weedline with a current edge in about 250' which had Dolphin on it. We caught a

Thirty Yellowtail

By |2010-11-16T03:38:03+00:00November 16th, 2010|Fishing Reports|

We are two days into a three day charter. The first day was pretty tough. We ran way west looking for good reef fishing and instead found either stagnant current or current against the wind. We caught a few snapper and grouper but all in all not much considering how far we looked. Today was

Cero, Yellowtail and Grey Snapper

By |2010-11-12T03:39:18+00:00November 12th, 2010|Fishing Reports|

The fall run of small sailfish was much in evadence today with many boats reporting 10-20lb sails right along the reef edge- as shallow as 30' out to about 120'. We caught one right away in the morning and raised a full sized Sail who wouldn't eat. We also caught a 20lb Blackfin Tuna. In