The shark fishing remains steady, with most boats releasing a half dozen or so bluesharks, with some catching makos
and a very occasional threshers. Most of them seem to have migrated further east along with most of the bluesharks.
Out at the Tails there is a steady pick of yellowfins ranging from just keeper size up to 60 pounds or so. Some marlin
have started to show up as well. Most of the action is inside on the flats.
Inshore the bass fishing is getting better every week, at least based on the size of fish being caught. some of the charter
boats have switched over to the big tubes and bringing back only thirty pound and better fish. The umbrellas and
parachutes are catching more but smaller fish. The porgies are working fairly well too.
Fluke are still the same. Lots of fish to cull through in order to catch dinner.