Fished a full day today and it was very difficult conditions to say the least. Trickle of south tide out to 90ft in the morning which increased to 3/4knot in the afternoon. We managed to catch sardines, gogg's and runners over the course of 6 spots we tried. We started trolling in 85 ft on the East side of a current edge with flyers (green water) We caught some Bonito and two sharp nose sharks. We came across and edge in 270ft with grass and a extreme color change and 2knots of north current on the blue water side. We fished it for 2 miles to the south with no bites then out to the Hill. fished the hill for a while and marked some blackfin had 1 bite and pulled it off. Trolling to the NW back to the edge we caught a sail. Fished the same edge to the North for 6 miles and still no bites on it.
We cut inshore to bottom fish in the south current. We hit 10 spots caught 3 Grouper, 1 Genuine Red, a dozen sharp nose sharks, another couple bonito and Sea Bass.
Saw two more sails in the green water 110-130ft a flopper and a cutter. Pitched live baits with no bites. bummer
Look forward to taking you fishing soon
Capt. Patrick Price
Keeping busy while away from Florida
Thank's for the heads up on the water conditions and taking the time to post.
It's great to have a pro on this site.(enough of the ash kissin)
Now do you think the tuna bite on the other side is going to continue?
Are you heading over anytime soon and have you heard any reports?
The boat you are running is GORGEOUS.
Suggestion, edit your signature so link to your web-page shows up as URL viewers can just click for more info. PS If you ever need a mate, feel free to holla.
20 years experience Offshore & Bahamas ( Sailfish, Dolphin, Wahoo, Swordfish & Bottom Fish.)
(I teach people how to be more effective AND catch MORE and BIGGER fish on their own boats!)