RJ Boyle Lighthouse Point
Mutton snapper fishing has been the thing to do. 125 feet of water anchored up on the outside ledge is the spot. Fish a live ballyhoo with a circle hook on the bottom in the sand. You can catch live ballyhoo by anchoring in 20 feet of water on the patch reefs and chumming with menhaden chum mixed with a few oats. Use a #10 gold hook tipped with a piece of shrimp or squid to catch the ballyhoo.
The sailfishing and wahoo fishing has been slow but that could all change in a day with all of the changing weather.
Jimbo Thomas aboard the Thomas Flyer, Miami
Fishing along the edge of the gulf stream has been a little tough this week an occasional sailfish a few kingfish and bonita on live bait in 80-200 feet it's definitely worth putting a live pinfish or pilchard on the bottom for mutton snapper or even a cobia, the daytime swordfish bite has been decent and the conditions have also been good with the calm seas, I'm guessing that you have already heard of the 750 plus swordfish caught off of Fort Lauderdale this week.
Ray Rosher on the Miss Britt
There have been a few sailfish and nice kingfish south of Fowey Light lately but overall it has been a little slower than usual. Not many dolphin but a few snappers on the bottom. We are up in Palm Beach Fishing The Buccaneer Sailfish tournament this weekend. Calm weather is in the forecast for the next few days so it looks like a good weekend to be on the water regardless of the bite!