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Miamimuttonman Report Yesterday south of Carysfort

Out to take advantage of a window between fronts. My friend called me up to brake in his new contender 31 and go catch some yellowtails, as they are one of his wife's favorite fish. We left Matheson hammock at 9:am, as I new the weather was supposed to get better, in the afternoon, It was still blowing 13kts from the NNW when we got to the reef the seas were 2/4 feet and a very slow north current, not good conditions, as the boat was swinging making the fishing very hard. I started chumming in 65 feet and slowly brought the fish to visual distance and after a few test I did, to determine the best way to catch them, we started slowly picking at these nice size yellowtails. The current got better, after the wind dropped and the fish, turned on real good, letting us reach our limit and we left the big ball hungry for next time, here are the pics.FullSizeRender_zps95e212b8.jpgFullSizeRender_zps3332a4ec.jpg7f5dac48-143b-4393-af99-e7da7ee22617_zps8lmsa2gg.jpg they will never run out.FullSizeRender_zps3644c4d4.jpg274f3b8b-84f6-407a-a46d-bff2057d3f11_zpsyucwuy8d.jpgFullSizeRender_zpsefe5921a.jpg


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