5/30 Jupiter Offshore

Brutal..... Bonito H*LL with a 'cuda tossed in.... Ended up having to do the 'charter boat grind' and bump the bottom for a mixed bag of Rainbow Runners, blue runners, and chumming for a shark....

Its gorgeous offshore, but slooooooow bite. Pushed out to 800' and nada, and worked the 100-140 ledge to keep rods bent on bonito. Did get a few big strikes offshore but couldnt sink a hook in 'em.



Double Bonito strikes, Triples.... no meat fish.. :banghead


Now to go find a good Rum Front......
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  • Fi$h2nguyenFi$h2nguyen Posts: 7,782 Moderator
    For some people, nice weather and bending rods is enough. Thanks for the report.
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  • 4Rs4Rs Posts: 213 Deckhand
    Thanks for the honest report. It has been tough the last couple weeks.
  • Flight RiskFlight Risk Posts: 2,473 Captain
    Bonitos are fun, but get annoying when that's all you get.
    Good to gt out and spend time on the water.

    Pura Vida!
  • ScottRScottR Posts: 976 Officer
    4Rs wrote: »
    Thanks for the honest report. It has been tough the last couple weeks.

    I post 'em all, the good, the bad, the ugly.
    USCG Licensed Captain, 100T Masters, STCW/BST, PADI Rescue Diver
    Offshore Fishing/Diving & Charter Services, Bahamas/Caribbean Travel, Deliveries, Maintenance/Refits
    [email protected]
    www.runyourboat.com
  • Kevinwwings2Kevinwwings2 Posts: 1,268 Officer
    Bonita are fun when you break out the light tackle. But a pain when your trying to catch something quality. At least you bent rods on a beautiful day to be on the water. Nice job, and thanks for the honest report.
  • StepaboStepabo Posts: 1,052 Officer
    La Vida Loca Big Boy
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