Unchanged from last week, both inshore and offshore are averaging about an 84° surface temperature. And, the blue water is about 10 miles off the beach.
The Offshore action has not changed much either, with decent fishing. The only change is the fishing gets darn good at the 20 mile mark for sailfish. There have not been many dorado this week, but when going out 20 miles, it also increases the possibility of coming across a floating log or grass mat. Those boats have been doing well on sailfish and scoring a few nice sized dorado as well.
The inshore is still going very well. Adding to the lots of smaller sized roosters here this week (15 to 30 pounds) and smaller jack crevalle, sierras have also made a good showing. Plus, a few of the smaller school sized dorado can be located feeding in the same groups as the sierras and black skipjacks.
(Director of the Roosterfish Foundation, IGFA Representative)