We had a pretty good week of fishing this past week. Sunday we had some unbelievable dolphin fishing. We caught about 20 of them in a day and some of them were big ones. Wednesday the dolphin bite slowed down so we dropped our lines down and caught a bunch of red snapper. We caught about 18 red snapper in an hour! The fishing charter group was happy that their rods were bending all day long.
This weekend I expect there to be a few scattered dolphin, wahoo, and sails for the trolling boats. There should also be good bottom fishing conditions as well as a few free-swimming cobia and more cobia on the manta rays. The seas will be rough on Sunday.
I predict this because there is a strong near -shore current due to the south winds. This current makes it so that we donít have a strong current edge. This makes it harder to catch dolphin. However the current makes for decent bottom fishing. The current makes the bottom fish, like grouper and snapper, more active.
I plan on doing a little trolling at first and then moving into some bottom fishing. This should keep our lines tight all weekend.
I am available for a fishing charter this Friday.
Ė Captain Glenn Cameron
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Last edited by glenncameron; 03-20-13 at 04:21 PM.