Craig and Edward picked a good day to catch sailfish with a sharp water color change in 180 ft, a lot of northeast current and a 20 knot wind coming from the north, ideal conditions to catch sailfish.
Packs of sails were following that color edge, swimming against that strong current and popping up to the surface from time to time. Edward caught the 1st one an hour in, after seeing quite a few that wouldn't eat. A while later a pack came up on our baits and while we had 4 on for a moment we ended up holding on to just one, with Craig caught that one. Edward caught his 2nd an hour or so later on a fish that put on a tremendous show spending more time in the air then in the water. The final fish we hooked got wrapped up in the leader and after a blazing run we pulled the hook on his first jump.
All in all a great day with the sails and some really good anglers.
This is Captain Don keeping you updated on our recent fishing adventures