Weather & Bait
March Madness, Enero loco y Marzo otro poco. Last week was a good news bad news kinda week. The bad news was the wind kicked up a little more then expected. This not only limits our time on the water but, also makes finding the ever so important bait more difficult to locate. The good news is there are limits of yellowtail to be had if you hold your mouth right. My dad use to say that to me, I really don’t know what it means.
Not much has really changed regarding fishing from the last report. The mornings are dedicated to making bait. If it takes 30 minutes that’s great, if it takes 2 hours then so be it. You need bait. When we find large schools of mackerel we will catch extra and put them in our bait motels to help the guests save time. We do what we can to help.
The water conditions haven’t changed much. The temperature is a cool 65-68 degrees and really green. The morning tide is descending. We much rather have an ascending tide but the good news is the tide is big. As long as the water is moving the fishing is better.