Steady Inshore And Offshore Fishing

Report Date: June 1, 2021

The bite has been very consistent both inshore and offshore lately. As we come into the June and July moon.

The snook are starting to spawn in the ocean and inlets now. It is not uncommon to catch double digit numbers this time of year.

While fishing for the snook we have also bee hooking tarpon and some nice sized snapper . Most of the inshore fishing is tidal and live bait has been the preferred method along with trolling deep water plugs.

Moving offshore the mutton snapper have started to spawn. These fish have been averaging anywhhere from 8-20 lbs. We anchor or drift on reef ledges and ship wrecks when targeting snapper and grouper. There have also been some african pompano and big amberjacks mixed in.

  Bahama trips have been providing nice blackfin and yellowfin tuna. Deep dropping has been consistent for queen snapper, yellow eye snapper, and mystic grouper.

  As the summer progresses the early morning and evenings should provide better action and less beating sun rays. The swordfish should be showing back up and mahi mahi further offshore. Night time fishing is also a great option. We target mainly yellow tail and mangrove snapper. Fishing with light tackle spinning out fits.

Calm seas should be the norm as long as no tropical disturbances are present.

Till next time,

Capt. Fred


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