October Fishing: Still Red Hot!

The Northeast winds continue, and the bite is far better than anyone could have predicted for October.  Many boats have caught double digit numbers of sailfish this last week, which is far better than the norm for this time of year.  We continue to catch mahi-mahi with some fish weighing up to 25 lbs.  Additionally, the light current over the reef has allowed for some great days of bottom fishing.  The vermillion and mutton snappers are biting well, over the rocky ledges and live bottom.  Fishing is only getting better each day, and we anticipate it to do so over the next several weeks.

Kristjan Must

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