The fishing conditions for the last two weeks have been less than ideal, leading to some hit of miss days on the water. There have been many days with green water and little to no current, far beyond where they’re normally found. Despite the tough conditions, we’ve been able to change our tactics in order to find a fishery that’s cooperating. Kite fishing has been slow, and the numbers of sailfish we were catching in November and December has dwindled. On the other hand, we’ve had some good days mahi fishing, or working the bottom for vermillion and other snapper species. Additionally, good numbers of spanish, cero, and king mackerel are present in the bay and out to 150′. We’ll make every attempt to change tactics to bend some rods if our “plan A” isn’t working out. We’re hoping the approaching cold front this weekend brings in the blue water and some sailfish. Tight lines!