Went out today with Capt. Danny on the Hurricane (filling in for Capt. Richie) boated a ton of schoolie dolphin and black fin tunas. Needless to say I'm cooking up some dolphin tacos at the moment. The blue water was WAY offshore today. Seemed to have come in a bit toward the end of the day, though. The current was SCREAMING north.
On a side note there was a smaller sportfish just north of the inlet in 65' of water trolling a sailfish around. LMAO. The guys in the boat had NO idea they were hooked on. The rod was completely knocked down and the sailfish jumping all over the place as the guy just kept cruising offshore. We tried screaming out to him and everything but... I guess he didn't hear us.
Stayed in shallow tonight and got a bunch of red and strawberry groupers that went back in the drink and a whole lot of grunts. Brought in a bunch of undersized tails and 3 keeper YT and about 8 mangroves.
Last night was a terrible night. boated something like 4 yellowtails and some trash fish. I worked the morning shift this morning on the Hurricane and we boated a BFT and an amberjack. The Mucho K got a bunch of bonito and 2 kingfish. A strong NNW wind and a screaming North current made for some rolling seas today, around 7' in relatively shallow water (about 130)... Can't imagine what it was like way offshore today.