We've had some great fishing down here in Islamorada lately with a couple of very unusual catches mixed in with the regular stuff for this time of year. Yesterday we had a really nice surprise when a 35# yellowfin tuna ate one of our live speedoes while we were kingfishing in about 200 feet of water. He ate a speedo on a wire rig on 20# spinning tackle and we really didn't know what we had until we got him to the boat. Earlier in the week we wound up catching a really nice warsaw grouper. We didn't have a scale on the boat that went that heavy and of course we had to release that fish, but he was thick and I guessed him at about 75#. Also there have been quite a few dolphin around, some decent blackfin tuna(mostly on vertical jigs), and plenty of amberjacks. On the reef the yellowtails and kings have been biting as well.
Capt. Easy Charters