Nov. 10th – the yellowtail are in

We were out this morning for a few hours being the only boat out there. The yellowtail are up to 17# and were boiling good on the surface for an hour or so. We caught a cooler full. The water is down to 64 and it seems that the sierra and bonita are thinner. We caught a few dorado at the Island on Monday, and they may have been the last. We brought six to the boat on Sunday and had a marlin trailing the bait for 25 seconds but didn’t take. Things have cooled off 15 degrees in the last ten days and that killed off the blue water. It does look to be clearing up and the water is still 75 on the other side and 77 to the south, so we will need to make a run to see any more pelagics this year. Keeping busy and catching fish though.

tight lines,


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