Double Double

Today was truly a perfect day. On my first of 2 trips today, I started fishing a deep wreck in 180 feet. The mutton bite was red hot. We also caught a big Sandbar shark and Amberjack. With the cooler full and an hour of fishing time left, we switch gears and went looking for Sailfish. It didn’t take long to spot our first fish and second Sailfish. After landing both, we headed home.

Too Big for the Cooler

Again today, I headed out to another wreck not far from the dock. This afternoon I had Shawn and Jay with me out for their second trip. The current has been quite strong lately and it definitely has the fish biting. We landed several Mutton snapper, Amberjacks, and sharks before Shawn landed this monster, 50lb, Cobia.

Mucho Muttons

Today we fished again on one of my favorite wrecks off the coast of Key West. After dropping the anchor rigging for the very strong current, we were ready. The bite was red hot and non stop.

All or Mutton

Today, we left the dock at 1 pm so that we could let the wind die down and catch the sunset bite. After a quick stop for live bait, we headed out to a wreck in 190 ft. After positioning and anchoring the boat, we started fishing. If I’m being honest, it was a slow start. eventually, I gave the fish a final 10 minute warning to start biting or we were leaving to try a new spot. Five minutes later, the bite started and never stopped.

 

 

Wahooooo

I happened to have a day off and couldn’t resist the oceans call. I called my buddies Kody and Nikki, and we headed out early in search of Wahoo. It didn’t take long to see our first fish. Soon after that, Kody struck first and boated a nice 40 lb Wahoo. 45 minutes later, I followed suit with a 45 lb Wahoo of my own. We had what we came for, so we headed home in time for lunch.