Well, it's the 5th of May and the fising is really fireing up. In ICW (river) we are catching a lot of Trout, Reds, Whiting, Blues and, in the last few days, the Flounder have started to make there apperance along with the mullet. In the near shore waters (from the beach out to 20 miles) the Cobia, Bonito and King Mackeral have migrated up as well as a few African Pompano in the deeper water and Spanish Mackeral along the beaches. We've even been catching good numbers of Spanish in the inlet. For the deep offshore waters (beyond 20 miles) the bottom bite is nothing short of outstanding, with limit catches of Vermilion Snapper and Pink Porgy,and very good catches (near limit) of Red Snapper and Gag Grouper with a few BIG Amberjack thrown in. As for trolling the deeper water, there are King Mackeral, Bonito and 'Cuda's along with the very reel possibility of Mahi-Mahi and a Sailfish as May wears into June. The deep water trips are really WEATHER dependent, I'd rather have you upset about not taking you than have you hurt.
I always put your SAFETY above everything else.
Let's go Fishing and put a BIG one in the boat for YOU!!!!