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Catch of the Day

March 23rd, 2019

Just a half day trip today We went to the reef and fished for Yellow Tail Snapper and got a couple of nice Cero Mackerel too. The Snappers started out biting very well, but once again the "Tax Man" Showed up, (sharks). Normally, that tends to make the bite slowed...

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March 22nd, 2019

This is one of the reasons I like to leave early. Usually, I'm one of the first boats off the dock. I like being out there ahead of most of the fleet. I think it gives us an advantage sometimes. Another reason I like to leave early, Usually just before sunrise this...

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March 21, 2019

Same conditions as yesterday but the results were a little different. Yesterday, the Yellow Snapper were biting well, The Live bait came up relatively easy and we saw a Sailfish almost as soon as we started fishing for one. But the results were different today. Still...

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March 20, 2019

It was a good day today We anchored on the reef trying to get some live ballyhoo. We were hoping to catch a Sailfish and live ballyhoo is an excellent bait. The ballyhoo were not easy, but we caught some nice Yellow Tail snapper for dinner while we were waiting on the...

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March 18th, 2019

The Gulf of Mexico has been the best place for fishing for the last few days. We've been fishing around the rock piles and shoals and catching some good King Mackerel and Spanish Mackerels. Unfortunately, That will end today as a strong late season cold front is...

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March 17, 2019

The Weather is Fantastic the seas were calm and the sun was warm. It's starting to feel like summer, but that should change on Tuesday as we have a late season cold front headed our way. The offshore fishing on the Atlantic side is tough. Fortunately, the Reef was...

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March 15th, 2019

We fished In the Gulf of Mexico again today. The wind is still blowing strong out of the Southeast. Fortunately, the Spanish and King Mackerel are still biting well on the Gulf side. The wind should start dropping tomorrow and should be less through Monday. There is...

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March 14th 2019

The wind has been blowing pretty hard the last couple days. It is coming out of the Southeast. This allows us to fish in relative comfort in the Gulf of Mexico because the Islands block some of the wind. Unfortunately, the Gulf will get too stirred up for trolling if...

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March 10,2019

The Southbound had an afternoon half day trip today. I’m still at the hunting camp. But I do know that Capt. Jay Weed and 1st mate Ben helped the customers land some nice fish including a big kingfish  I am still hunting for a couple more days. I did not see any hogs...

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March 9th, 2019

The Southbound  had a half-day trip today, but I can’t tell you what we caught, because I was not there. I decided to take a few days off at my hunting camp up in south-central Florida. Captain Craig Giovani who until very recently was the owner of the Grandslam is up...

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March 8th, 2019

2 Trips Today The first trip was a father and son from up in the cold north. The reef action was pretty good, Mostly Barracudas, but we put out the light spinning tackle to make it challenging and had some fun. The Second Trip was some familiar faces. Two friends and...

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March 7th, 2019

Still a little cool and just a touch breezy today. We had a cold front move through the area yesterday. It was supposed to drop off more than it did, but it was not too bumpy. The blue water is way inside the reef to the west. Coral heads and shoals that are normally...

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