The morning trip was another survival school with 4 out of 5 going down at some point due to the wind. Caught a bunch of yellowtails and missed a sail.
The evening trip was questionable with the muddy water but we had a furious bite of spinner, bulls and nurse sharks. We even jumped a couple tarpon.
Amazing to still have numbers of tarpon around in December.
Don and his son Jake are 2 tough guys. once again the wind was over 20 knots but today the current was running hard into the wind so the waves were bigger.
We fault the sharks all day, with the sharks winning most of the tug of wars. We ended up with 15 tails and a trigger. Jake ended up with sore arms from his numerous battles with sharks.
caught our limit of tails but an east wind at 25 knts made for a tough day. All of the normal bait spots were muddy and it wasn't till around 1 o'clock, after yellowtailing that we found live bait to go sailfishing. We kept nate busy with fish in the afternoon but never saw a sail.
I tried to blame CP for bringing the rain with him from Jersey but he claims that the weather is my responsibility.
The 1st part of the day was great. We caught 15 or so yellowtails and a few macs but then the clouds darkened a the rain started. Caught a few more kings and then Joe caught his first sail to finish the day very very wet but happy.
This is Captain Dave keeping you updated on our recent fishing adventures