It's been so unpredictable that it's hard to plan a trip. Maybe the solution is to be on fishing standby, 24/7, so you can get out there on a moment's notice.
If you can't (or won't) do that, then it's luck of the draw.
Bill Fintel at Barnacle Bill's Pier House said anglers have been bringing in big drum, sheepshead, whiting, pompano and gafftop at Horace Caldwell Pier.
John McNatt at Fisherman's Wharf reported kingfish and a big hammerhead shark caught on an offshore trip, and sheepshead and speckled trout in the bays.
Scott Garrison at Deep Sea Head-
quarters said offshore trips are catching kingfish, vermillion snapper and Atlantic sharpnose shark. The 36 to 48-hour floater trips brought back yellowfin and blackfin tuna, amberjack and dorado.
Sharon Keehlisen at Woody's Sports Center said anglers in the flats are catching redfish and black drum, but few have gone out.