Sunday, March 25, 2007

March Winds! It Sucks When They Blow!

Only managed a few trips last week with the winds. When they lay down I should finally get busy. Fishing wise, things are looking good. Saw a few more tarpon at the bridge. The full migration isn't here yet, but some have shown. There is a decent sailfish push off Key Weird that should move to Marathon. We might end up with a short but sweet sail bite soon.

The stream is in close right now, so the big slammer dolphin will be in close. There have been plenty of blackfin tuna around if the wind will let you fish. The reef has been getting much more consistant. Nice yellowtails, grouper and a mutton here and there. Most muttons are still deep, but should move in closer.

Hawk Channel rock piles are holding good size mangroves and lane snapper. A keeper grouper or two can be found if you get to the spot first. There are even a few big kings and keeper cobia in the channel.

So get your butt down here and go fishing!

Tight lines,

Capt. Dallas

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