Headed out off Boynton today with reports of a decent wahoo bite this week. Started trolling in front of the inlet at 6:40 a.m. With no action after an hour , we started moving northward trolling multiple depths. Our first wahoo was caught in 90' of water on a black/purple feather on the shotgun line. Trolled this area for a bit with no other action. Continuing north to the Sloan's curve area we did not come across any action so we decided to head back to Boynton. The second wahoo hit in 150' of water in front of the Lake Worth Pier area. This wahoo hit a split tail mullet on the wire line with a 16 oz. trolling lead using approx. 50' of 200lb test mono as shock leader. I know of another wahoo in the 32lb range caught by the Andrea Lee III. Black moon coming up...enjoy the pictures. Peace.
edit: Sea Mist drift boat got one today too.
Keeping busy while away from Florida
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Double D's crew proudly uses Canyon Gear tackle
Hewes 18' RF Y130 Flatfoot
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