It was a tough week with the winds, but we had some banner days when we were able to fish. The kingfish bite was especially on fire. Bait was tucked in tight to the beach but was not terrible to throw a net on. Honestly, the fish ate the frozen minnows just as well as the live bunker. We didn’t see the random species like the cobia and sails, but the bite was great.
What a banner week, 10/10! No Canaveral dump this week, lol. Starting off with the bunker, most days were one-and-done with the cast net. They were tucked up in the bight. Live bait worked great but frozen worked well, too.
It was a little windy this week but we managed to squeeze in a few productive days. The bunker have been stacked up well and easy to net. Even Zack’s bananas are loading up, lol, but need not worry, frozen minnows and sardines are working just fine. The color of the week for teasers is blue. The water is very clean out there, so maybe that means something. Who knows…?
What a week! Again folks…this is the time to go offshore out of the Port! We’re hitting limits every single day with the mighty King Macks. You gotta love light tackle fishing for some large fish. Top water hitters are the best fishing and most fun to watch. Mixed in are blackfins, sails and cobia. And for you “mahi only” people, yes they are in the mix, as well.
What an awesome week once again. I am telling you, this is the time to go. Sailfish, blackfins, kings, cobes and more. The water temps are dropping and activating the fall run including the bunker. It’s a tad later than normal, but it’s here, to say the least. The only problem with this time of year is the weather.
This week I’m going to highlight one of our captains. In The next several weeks there will be a new captain to showcase. I figured I’d change up the usual reports just a bit. FYI, fishing was very good this week for all the captains. Fish cooperated once again. Bottom went well with Ajs and a few grouper. Plenty of triggers and lanes. The mighty king macks also started to make a steady appearance.