Went out yesterday and fought through the rough seas in the morning catching schoolie dolphin in the 120-250 ft. range. We poked out into the 600's and found some larger fish but couldn't keep up with them, and the one nice fish that we did hook came unglued. We moved back in shallower once it calmed down and picked up some more schoolie/lifter sized dolphin and lost a blackfin near the boat. Real rough in the morning but calmed down in the afternoon.
Headed out this morning to look for some trout action in the backcountry. We found plenty of fish with some ladyfish,jacks, and bluefish mixed in. After an hour or so we headed out front to catch some yellowtail and check the stone crab traps. It was absolutely flat today and the water was crystal clear, a great day to be out. Tight lines.