9.19.14 Fishing Report
The typical South Florida weather will take part this weekend, and the marine forecast is looking quite nice; as summer time is drifting away from us and slowly fall weather patterns are strolling in, be sure to get out on the water and hook some fish!
Uneven and light choppy seas are impeccable for hooking up a sailfish and dolphin, which there is plenty of both to catch over the weekend. Large sums of seaweed remain to be a nuisance for fisherman when trolling, however, that is where the dolphin action is and reports have been caught in depths scattered from 60’ to 450’ of water.
Sailfish, Dolphin, Kingfish, Blackfin tuna, Wahoo… you name the fish, they could all be swimming around in South Florida this weekend and live bait is what will work best for hooking them up. Whatever live bait you choose to use, it looks like there is plenty of wind to kite fish. Just in case live baits do not work out, then always bring sufficient amount of icy sardines to use.
There is no better time of year to visit the Intracoastal Waterway, the beach and jetties, not only because of this comfortable and beautiful weather but due to the masses of mullets, small pilchards and medium size sardines which are in full crowds. Snook and tarpon are always the goal and choice of catch but enormous jack crevalle’s are a given to hook up lately. Jack Crevelle’s are tearing up the baits like no other right now; mutton and mangrove snappers are trickling in too.
Drop a line & Fish On!