Mary Ann Heimann of Offshore Adventures said limits of redfish, trout, flounder and black drum are being caught in the bays using finger mullet, live shrimp and mud minnows.
Offshore catches of yellowfin and blackfin tuna, dolphin and kingfish were reported by Sandra Fudge of
Woody's Sports Center. Fishermen on the Island Queen caught black drum, sheepshead, croaker and sand trout. Off the jetties, anglers caught sheepshead, speckled trout and redfish. In the bays, it has been redfish, black drum and sheepshead.
Those fishing out of Fisherman's Wharf, according to John McNatt, are catching kingfish, Atlantic sharpnose shark, vermilion snapper and shark. North jetty anglers using the Jetty Boat are hauling in loads of trout.
Brenda Jackson of Dolphin Dock reported catches of beeliners, grouper, lane snapper, kingfish, shark, dolphin and bonito.
Dan Hurd of Deep Sea Headquarters said they still were "slamming with kingfish catches", all nice sized, some big, on the 8-hour trips. Shark catches have been good on those trips as well. On the floater trips, fishermen still are reeling in blackfin and yellowfin tuna, barracuda and dorado in good numbers on all the trips offshore.