We caught a few tunas at the hump but the sharks were very active so I headed out toward the deeper water, slowing down at times to get a good around. At 17 miles I saw a couple frigate birds that looked good and as we eased up on the set and hooked up the first fish the rest of the fish showed up. It was the best school of fish I have seen all year, with very few fish under 6 or 7 lbs and a couple that went over 20. Randy, Joann, Christine and Garret did an amazing job of with very few tangles and we ended up with around 30 fish plus the tunas.
Hurricane Dorian is lurking about and will pass north of us, I don't see any major effect in the keys as we are on the clean side and pretty far from it. I have quite a few open days in September for those of you looking for some great fishing with less visitors to contend with.
This is Captain Dave keeping you updated on our recent fishing adventures