Summertime has arrived in the Key West area over the last ten days. Temperatures close to 90 degrees, light and variable breezes from the Southeast with isolated but intense thunder storms developing in the afternoon has become the normal weather pattern. Plenty of Dolphin remain in our offshore waters but the best of the season is now past and the quality of the fishing is more inconsistent. A few Sailfish continue to bite in depths from 120′ to 250′ just beyond the reef edge. Mixed in with the Sails have been plenty of Little Tunny, and the occasional full grown Blackfin Tuna. The reef edge is producing decent catches of Yellowtail and Mangrove Snapper along with a few Grouper.Fran's DolphinCow DolphinStan's Sailfishsummer Blackfinredhead releaseStan's jumping SailGreg & Bob