Giant Sharks Invade The Treasure Coast
Hello fellow fisherman! Welcome to my report. I am pleased you are here.
The local report is done as accurately, and honest as possible. No fudging.
Offshore, the fishing has been intermittently good and so-so, from day to day. Some of the species that we have caught over the last few outings have been everything from albies, runners, and rainbow runners on fly and ultra light spin tackle. We also caught kingfish, and snook on live bait. We did see some nice tuna, but haven’t got one lately. The big story is the sharks. Lots of them. Many species from sandbar shark, bull shark, hammerhead shark, and an occasional tiger shark.
The big fish Randy caught this week, was a bull shark estimated at over 500-pounds. This fish was an absolute beast. Personally I have never had one next to the boat this big. Great job Randy! Of course Randy is no weekend angler. I would say he is world class.
We also hooked up, but lost, a monster goliath grouper that was unstoppable.
The water temperature has been a bit low around 78-degrees. Normal should be about 84-degrees. Warmer temps should bring back the snook, and tarpon bite that will peak soon.
Good fishing and and good luck—————<*///>
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