Pretty much everywhere beyond 140 ft. Get inside that and the last of the albies will find you. Some magnum sized skippies in the mix too...Sorry for the blurry photo...
This one was possessed...eight solid runs and never gave up....
Almost to the point of not wanting to eat any more tuna.....almost
Keeping busy while away from Florida
:huhMaybe I'm seeing things in the last pic but are you running your motors with the fabric covers on them?
"No matter the size of the fish, you can only put a bite size peice in your mouth."
Capt. George Gozdz
Host "Reel Time with Florida Sportsman"
WTG Captain Scott!! (George, fyi I believe fly guru is out of Palm Beach and agreed WAY cool on fly!!) :hail
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!)
Wacane...yes, chummed up with livies.
Bite N Hold....Yes, I have covers on the motors. There are vent holes for good airflow. My last set of motors looked like a madman had at them with an ice pick from all the high speed fly impacts. The canvas covers are helping somewhat, but since I insist on scary sharp hooks, there is a little damage getting through.
Capt George...I would be happy to have you and the camera crew out. Depending on the weather, bait supply, fish movements, etc., I'll go out either Jupiter or Palm Beach. Though I have to warn you that years ago when I would do the Tight Lines report with Tom T. I could have great fishing for a week straight. If Tom and the cameras came on board, I couldn't find a fish if I went to the fish market....
Thanks to everyone else. We have a bunch of species around here that the fly rod is the Best method for catching. Black fins and Skippies are just a couple of them. Anyone who allows themselves the time to get decent with the fly casting will quickly find out that they've doubled their catching. And yes, I do fly casting lessons...