The heat is oppressive but it’s cooler on the water than anywhere else you might be. So far the fishing is holding up pretty well. Plenty of Dolphin remain offshore, as always you just have to find what area they are holding in. Recently we have been finding huge patches of weed along the continental shelf which have been productive. Best recent catch was a Blue Marlin estimated at between 175-200 pounds. The fish was fought and released in 35 minutes on 30lb trolling tackle. Sailfish remain on the scene offshore as well, we’ve been averaging a Sail bite about every other day. In on the reef edge the Grey Snapper spawned on the recent full moon and we had several decent catches. Muttons, Yellowtail and jumbo sized little Tunny are also biting on the reef.