First time I can report that the weather was actually the best I have seen so far this year this past Fri. Sat. and Sun. The fishing was O.K. but it all came down to right time--right place. We had all three boats out on Fri.-Sun. with very mixed results. The Yellow fin remained elusive, as they have for most of the winter for us but there were some caught. The wahoo and amberjack made a fairly good showing. The wahoo would go off for 35 minutes and then shut down completely. If you weren't there you missed it. So there was nothing real consistent except the Amberjacks. The tuna and wahoo are here and hopefully will start chewing any day now. Just about every spot you hit you can mark fish on the sounder. These are the kind of things you look for when your out there but *more often than not* when you mark it...you catch it. It has been just the opposite of this lately. A lot of big bait balls were hanging just below the thermocline with the bigger predator fish around them. It was very obvious we had fish in the fishing hole but getting them to bite was and has been tough. As we move later into March and into April our fishing areas and techniques will begin to change. We've still got another two-three weeks of the winter pattern fishing and I am guessing that it will be the best we have seen so far. The weather has got us at the dock today. Looks nasty at least thru Thursday. Back at again on Fri. We've got open boats throughout March and on. The weather is starting to warm up a lot and should be great fishing.
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