Variety is Paramount!
Gin clear water and an ocean flat like a pond may not be the best conditions for fishing. In a heavily traveled tourist destination, people are always looking for the postcard beauty of the ocean where you can see the bottom from 60 feet. This is not always the ideal condition for fishing. The lack of current and the crystal-clear water allows the fish to be a bit finicky and difficult to catch, especially on a reef! Mahi is running rampant but seemingly the elusive big bull is few and far between… Blackfin tuna are growing bigger but also pretty selective, depending on the time of day… Days like these require a charter captain to be prepared for anything and have the resources and equipment to fish different genres throughout the day! Fishing on the 8th was better than the 7th, as current started to turn up a bit with the wind. Armed with electric reels in our arsenal, we headed out to a depth of 700’ for a day of deep dropping…While in route, we were lucky enough to hook up with random bites of blackfin tuna, Almco and some schoolie sized mahi! We finished off the day with a great selection of tile fish, porgies and snowy grouper on the deep drop! Six different species for the day in an industry where variety is paramount! Anglers Answer Sportfishing takes pride in the creativity and hard work of their charter captain! Visit www.sportfishing.fish for information and recent postings!
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