Hello everyone, and welcome back to this week’s report! Another great week here in Islamorada with some beautiful weather, and some great fishing! With the cold front that came through Monday, it has been pretty chilly down here. Sailfishing has been decent all week, with a little slower at the beginning of the week. It has picked up nicely as of Thursday, and looks like it should remain good at least until the next front comes in on Sunday. It’s gonna get chilly again, so you had better find some long Johns and tough it out! The tuna bite still remained solid for the majority of the week on the local wrecks, and there have been lots of Kings. The deep reef was on the slower side with the low temps, but the shallow patch reefs were on fire with some nice Muttons and mangrove Snappers. The deep wrecks have been producing with some Muttons and Groupers, and plenty of kings and an occasional wahoo. Plenty to catch, and more than anyone needs for groceries. Check back next week, thanks for reading!

Tight Lines,

Capt. James Chappell

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