Monday, November 27, 2006

The Macks are Back!

The front did its job and moved the Mackerel in close. About seven miles back in the bay is a great place to start. The big ones, over seven pounds, are a little way off, but plenty of 3 to 5 pounds are here now. Cobia are still a little further back, but that could change today. Decent size Mang’s around two to three pounds and still a few Seatrout.

The season has arrived. Good reports of Sails and Mackerel on the ocean side too. Most of the sails have been on trolled baits, but the live bait charters are gearing up in earnest. Deep drops are producing good size Muttons and fair numbers of Grouper. No offshore reports because the wind has been a little high. I expect good numbers of Black fin tuna are waiting for snack, along with a few scattered, Dolphin and King Mackerel. Check out my Mackerel posts on tips for the Spanish, or come on down and book a trip or two.

The past few days I’ve been working on getting the new boat for the backcountry charters, so I haven’t been out, most of the info was courtesy of Native Sun and Adios Charters. Hope to have the new boat running in a couple of weeks so get ready for some great fishing!

Tight Lines

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