It was a mixed bag everywhere. Offshore had the most variety of species, with everything from the usual suspects of kingfish, snapper and tuna to Spanish hogfish.
Bay anglers caught speckled trout, redfish, sheepshead and lots of pompano. Pompano seemed to be everywhere this week.
Redfish have been caught in large numbers in South Bay.
John McNatt at Fisherman's Wharf reported offshore catches of kingfish, vermillion snapper, blackfin tuna, pompano, spadefish, "a fat 150-pound hammerhead" and some ling. North jetty anglers have been catching redfish, trout and sheepshead. Surf anglers are catching large amounts of pompano.
Ryan Reagan at Dolphin Dock reported offshore catches of blackfin tuna, yellowfin tuna, amberjack, grouper, wahoo, kingfish, vermilion snapper and Atlantic sharpnose shark. State-water trips brought in red snapper, redfish and sheepshead.
Scott Garrison at Deep Sea Headquarters said offshore trips brought in kingfish, blackfin tuna, amberjack, ling,vermilion snapper, sharks, Spanish hogfish and African pompano.
According to MaryAnn Heimann at Offshore Adventures, offshore trips brought in limits of kingfish, lane snapper, vermilion snapper, Atlantic sharpnose shark. Bay fishermen are landing big redfish, speckled trout, black drum, flounder and sheepshead off the dock. South Bay anglers are "limiting out in a hurry" on redfish. Heimann said some "unusually large filefish" were caught this week, as well.
Tracy Ingalls at Barnacle Bill's Pier House said anglers on Horace Caldwell Pier have been catching pompano, blacktip shark, some undersized flounder and lots of speckled trout. Ingalls said one angler limited out on speckled trout in about 90 minutes.