Today, I went for the 5th time on the( take it easy). Itís a 30ft Robalo, out of key Biscayne. The seas were suppose to be 3 ft it was 2 to 4 at first then picked up, before we left around 2:pm it was already 4 to 6 feet, with east to southeast winds. We anchored in 90 feet, We were the only boat in the area. The tide was moving, but slow, started to chum and there came the yellow ball, the kids Inigo and John, started to catch tails back to back, while Ed, was fishing on the bottom, where he had a few hits and lost some nice fish. but the next few fish, made up for it, he put up the bottom rod and started catching some very nice tails, we also got taxed by a shark at least 3 times, on big drag peeling tails. In the mix we got one nice mack,5 rainbow runners and 9 bonitos and a bar jack that we used for bait. We stopped to re-count thinking we had the limit and ended up short of the limit by two.by that time we got invaded by the bonitos and called it a day at 2:pm. Here are the pics for more look up miamimuttonman
Nice bro! We went out of BP and didn't catch anything out by PL. The swells were huge. NOAA had it at 2-4. 2-4 my ***, more like 5-7. We went in to Elliot and kept 4 nice 3+ lb Mangos. With those swells, I didn't even think of anchoring my little 22' Anacapri. lol..
Benny, great day in the water, very sporty by the way
I really think we got 4 -6 all the time and a lot 7's
I really enjoyed the hole day, to see such a force in the ocean
is really amazing.
Fishing was again fantastic, next time I hope we nail the mutton's
we lose quite a few in the bottom .
every time we go out we break our record with the biggest yellow tail
in my boat.
The marine weather forecast messed up again forecasting seas around 3 feet and it was a steady 18 to 25 kts, at black point and we waited to see if it would drop and clear up a bid and it cleared up a bit but the wind was hauling,check out the flag pole at black point.to all thanks for the replies and tight lines.