Been busy in my other business building cabinets (not as fun but makes more money), so behind on reports and pictures.
Here are some pictures from the past week. Nice to see some mahi back in the area. Our guest were mostly interested in
more active bottom bite than spending time hunting the expanse for pelagic's, but we did spend a few hours and found
fish each time. No giants, but respectable enough to invite home for dinner. We found more mahi than barracuda so the time
we spent trolling was worth while. We also found sailfish while dragging lines. The mahi are still scattered but we stayed
between 130' and 150' for all we caught. On the bottom, the sharks have increased their presence if anything, but these
Atlantic sharpnosed sharks are great eating, and abundant, not to mention the only ones with a one per person limit with
no size requirement. Bleed well and make sure to skin good, removing all the red meat, and they make great fillets for
anything from the grill to the deep fryer. I've served it up to many people that thought is was the best tasteing fish they
ever ate, then ask what kind of fish it was! Bleeding well, icing down and skinning well is all it takes to make great
meat. Red snapper: well the micro-season is over, but they are still here! When sharks don't get your bait, red snapper will. Actually the bite has picked up since the weekend! Here are a few pic's from the past week out of Port Canaveral.
The underwater picture was a log that had a dozen undersized tripletail and a bunch of jacks on it.
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602 Glen Cheek Dr., Cape Canaveral Fl
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