Hello everyone and welcome back to this week’s report! Kind of a weird week with that low pressure all over us, and not much to speak of from the mahi front. A few fish around, but nothing to be too crazy about. Sure seems that if there is low pressure anywhere near, those guys are magicians. The tuna bite on the hump has been the best of it as well as some swords caught out on the deep ledge. There hasn’t been any current on the reef and wrecks all week, and couple that with the sharks and it is a recipe for disaster. Very hit and miss all year for the elusive mahi offshore, but I still think we are going to get a few more shots on them before it is all said and done. Been a few blue marlin around lately, so that has been a nice bonus I almost forgot to mention. That’s all I have for this week, hoping that this low pressure moves out and things get some normalcy. Looking like East winds for Saturday, so time will tell. Good luck everyone, and be safe out there!
Capt. James Chappell