Hi Everyone! This fall has seen some tremendous wahoo fishing in Bimini and Islamorada. We have enjoyed many trips with wahoo, grouper, mahi mahi, tuna, and sailfish. Of course, the Yellowtail snapper fishing has also been stellar. We have spent a great deal of time fishing in Bimini this fall. If you are interested in going over and doing this we certainly can!!! Please call and inquire as to what your dream may be and we can make it happen. I have been learning the waters off of Bimini and Cay Sal with great success. I have also been learning the ins and outs of the land too and have a great plan for any budget as well as some good friends abroad to make any stay memorable and pleasant.
As for Islamorada, the sailfish and mahi mahi have taken center stage. The fall fishery has been far better than the spring this year with plenty of tuna on the humps too! The reef edge is teaming with bait and also hungry predators. As usual, it is on fire! We have been having a ball “catching”!
The gulf of mexico is starting to see the annual runs of Spanish mackerel, cobia, and sharks so there is always something fun to do even if the wind does not cooperate.
Typical trips consist of 50-100 mackerel a day. This can be affected by the cold fronts as everything is dependant upon temperature. On the cold days, we go patch fishing where the cold water meets the warmer offshore water. This is great fun too and usually we catch many “eating” quality fish for dinner. Hogfish, patch yellowtails, patch groupers, cero mackerel, and a variety of others are always present. When it calms down in the afternoon, we net a few ballyhoo and then chase after a sailfish or a big king mackerel on the reef. The winter fishery is here along with wonderful temperatures and huge gamefish like sailfish and wahoo! Come on down and have some fun!!