October Mahi and Sailfish (10/17/16)


October has been a great month so far for both sailfish and mahi-mahi.  As fall approaches, it brings relief from the stagnant days of high heat and humidity. Moderate north east winds have brought the mahi in close to shore, while turning on the bite over the reef.  We’re having multiple shots at sailfish each trip, especially when winds allow for kite fishing.  King mackerel are also starting to show up in numbers and can be targeted trolling planers and live baiting.  Bottom fishing has produced some great yellow-eye and vermillion snappers as well.  As water temperatures cool, we expect the fishing to improve over the next several weeks as fish make their annual migrations south for the approaching winter.img_2521


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