According to Scott Garrison of Fisherman’s Wharf, offshore fishing has been very good with catches of kingfish, vermilion snapper, lane snapper, amberjack, Almaco jack, ling and shark.
Long range trips have been bringing in yellowfin and blackfin tuna, wahoo, dorado and warsaw grouper.
Bay guides returned to the docks with limits of redfish and black drum, some speckled trout and sheepshead.
North jetty anglers brought back limits of sheepshead, speckled trout, redfish, jack fish, Florida pompano and Spanish mackerel.
Gary Carter at Dolphin Dock said anglers are bringing in vermilion snapper, kingfish, amberjack, dorado and Atlantic sharpnose shark.
Bay anglers are still bringing in plenty of sheepshead.
MaryAnn Heimann at Offshore Adventures is seeing catches of redfish, speckled trout, black drum, flounder and sheepshead. A boat that ran along the jetty returned with a catch of jackfish.
Jeff Miller at Horace Caldwell Pier reported catches of blacktip, bonnethead and shovelnose shark, Spanish mackerel and “keeper” redfish. Anglers have been using dead shrimp and cut bait.
Kristin Swan at Deep Sea Headquarters said this week offshore anglers have been catching blackfin tuna, amberjack, shark, vermilion snapper, ling, African pompano and triggerfish.
Bay anglers have been catching redfish, black drum, trout and sheepshead.
Art Singleton of Woody’s Sports Center said guides are catching limits of redfish, black drum speckled trout and sheepshead.
Offshore trips returned with ling, state snapper and sheepshead.
On the Island Queen, anglers caught gafftop, sheepshead, whiting, sand trout and kingfish.