RJ Boyle | Lighthouse Point
Pictured here is Denver Broncos kicker Brandon McManus (left) with his crew from a charter earlier this week aboard our charter boat “Lisa B”.
As you can see the blackfin tuna bite is on. These fish average around 8 pounds and sure eat well. We caught these fish trolling in 190 feet of water on daisychains at a speed of around nine knots. With the offshore winds we had several nice days this week with flat calm conditions. We still managed to put a wahoo in the boat on this trip as well. Anytime you are catching blackfin tuna you have a chance at a wahoo as the Wahoo love to feed on tuna.
The snapper bite was slow this week. We anchored up on a trip Wednesday but only managed to catch 6 yellowtail snappers. All of the conditions were perfect but the snappers did not show up.
The sailfish bite has been epic up off Jupiter with several boats catching up to 20 fish per day.
As for the swordfish bite fishing has slowed down a bit around the full moon. The bigger the moon, less the bites but bigger fish is really the equation for swords.
Be safe this weekend and check the weather before heading out.
Captain Jimbo Thomas | Thomas Flyer
The last few days the fishing has been excellent conditions have been great with blue water and north current along the edge of the gulf stream in anywhere from 80-250 feet of water fishing live baits under the kite. Plenty sailfish some kingfish and blackfin tuna.
Ray Rosher | Miss Britt
We are experiencing Sailfish action that we haven't seen all season. Several of the top boats in the Jimmy Johnson tournament today were fishing out of Miami. The top boat fished on the Juno ledge to Boynton Inlet and had 12 releases. Your boy Jimbo is right up there near the top. Almost all of the sailfish in the Boynton in The Palm Beach area were and 90 to 120' of water. The biggest fish in the meat division was a 43 1/2 lb kingfish and it was caught off of Juno in about 80 feet of water.
Great pictures!These are great!Thank you!