It is official. This has been the most windy and rainy last 5 months I can remember, although we are starting to get our breaks now. It is what the weather men are calling an "El Nino" winter, also stating that this is the same weather pattern that kept all the storms out of the gulf this year for the most part as well. Talk about taking the good with the bad. Onto the fishing. This past week the fishing certainly picked up from what it had been like. Capt. Josh had the Macadoo gang out on Monday. They have been coming down for 4 years now and have always hit the weather right...but not this time. The original plan was to tuna fish but because of too much wind they ended up staying in protected water and catching a variety of fish including lane snapper, gag grouper(released), and some redfish. On Tues. Capt. Josh had the Alexander group on Tuesday. The weather cooperated a little bit better and Mr. Alexander caught his first Yellow fin tuna which weighed right at 160lbs. along with a limit of King Mackerel. The bite was late so after a long fight they called it a day. The fish have shown up. This was the biggest tuna to hit the docks that day. Most were in the 100-120lb. range. The weather has kept us in since then but we will be back out the next fishable day. We still have open days in Feb. (not many) and the bite should last thru March possibly into April depending on the migration. Along with the tuna we have a very good wahoo fishery and for those who like to grouper and amberjack we've got them to. Give us a call.