Other than a day or two of rain and wind, the weather was beautiful.
Offshore catches were plentiful, with an abundance of kingfish, amberjack, snapper and tuna.
Bay, pier and jetty anglers reported plenty of redfish, black drum, trout, as well as a few Spanish mackerel. John Dunn at Dolphin Dock reported catches of blackfin tuna, amberjack and shark on a 36-hour offshore trip and kingfish, vermilion snapper and amberjack on shorter trips.
John McNatt at Fisherman’s Wharf reported catches of kingfish and vermilion snapper offshore, while bay anglers reported catching black drum and redfish. “The kingfish bite is still real strong,” he said. Jetty anglers reported catches of sheepshead and speckled trout.
Angel Tomecek at Horace Caldwell Pier said anglers there caught redfish, black drum, bonnethead shark, Spanish mackerel, speckled trout, whiting and gafftop.
Mary Ann Heimann at Offshore Adventures reported that offshore anglers caught blackfin tuna, kingfish, lane snapper and vermilion snapper. Bay anglers caught black drum and redfish.
Therisha Moreno at Woody’s Sports Center said anglers in the flats caught redfish and black drum. Jetty anglers reported catches of sheepshead, sand trout and whiting.