Scott Garison of Fisherman’s Wharf says offshore fishing has been great, with catches of vermilion and lane snapper, amberjack, African pompano, triggerfish, grouper, Atlantic sharpnose shark, king mackerel and mako shark.
Bay guides have been catching a great deal of redfish, as well as bringing in sheepshead, a few speckled trout and black drum .
North jetty anglers have been catching sheepshead, redfish and Spanish Mackerel.
Eric Peschke at Dolphin Dock said offshore trips brought back yellowfin and blackfin tuna, wahoo, vermilion snapper, large sharks, kingfish, and African pompano.
In the bays, anglers caught sheepshead, speckled trout and redfish.
MaryAnn Heimann at Offshore Adventures said in the bay anglers caught some flounder, black drum, limits of redfish and a number of nice trout. Some people caught “keeper” trout and redfish fishing off the bank. For bait they have been using live shrimp, mud minnows, and sea lice.
Joan Miller at Horace Caldwell Pier said anglers caught pompano, shark, stingray, whiting and black drum. For bait they are mainly using dead shrimp and mullet.
Kristin Swan at Deep Sea Headquarters reports that offshore anglers have been bringing in kingfish, shark, vermilion snapper, amberjack and a few ling.
Bay anglers are catching redfish, black drum, flounder and sheepshead.
Art Singleton of Woody’s Sports Center said offshore anglers caught kingfish and amberjack using squid and cut bait.
On the Island Queen they got redfish, sheepshead, stringers of whiting and sand trout using squid, mullet and shrimp.
Bay guides caught stringers of sheepshead, redfish and black drum using live shrimp and fresh menhaden.