Started to head out with the one and only Tarponator, as well as my cousin Jason at about 6:00 PM.
Ran out to 800-1,000 feet in search of the Dolphin everyone seems to be catching this week ... .....but no luck yet ... just a 7lb Black-fin Tuna
Decided it was time to hit the reefs at around 7:00PM with first lines and chum in the water by 7:15PM. Bite was on fire for the first 45 minutes at which point the current died and we had to relocate about 2 more times before we got back on the fish
The second spot produced some fat tails which were extremely far back in the slick and a ton of BLUEFISH for anyone interested in catching those.
All in all it was a beautiful night out on the water w/ great company and loads of fish
The tails are chewin' - Tight lines out there.
For anyone silly enough to consider keeping undersize fish ... here's a formal warning that FWC is actively doing their job out there ... if you know what I mean
Nice job. You seem to know how to catch a lot of fish. I know what you mean about FWC. Twice last week I was fishing off Miami Beach in about 130 and an FWC boat pulled up out of nowhere. Unfortunately both times I had nothing in the box to show them.