The swordfishing at night the past few months has been on fire we've had windows of calm weather mixed with big moons producing big fish. After the sun dips down these guys come up to the surface to feed on schools of squid and mackerels. Theres nothing like being out there looking up at the star-filled sky and looking at one of these things lit up cobalt blue and purple red hot beside the boat, the first time you see it you will never forget it! Gotta eat your wheaties with these guys as some fish lately we've fought for up to 2-3 hours in the early morning hours. These things can be caught year round, we've got calm summer weather coming up book your trip lets get out there and get tight!
The sails were biting this past weekend with the front that came through, temperatures dipped into the 40's bringing strong north winds along with it. These are prime conditions for sailfishing as the north wind stacks the waves up against the gulfstream and can lead to great days of fishing. High numbers of fish were concentrated to the north so we ran from Boynton up to Palm Beach inlet ended up catching 7 out of 8 fish, didn't put a single bait in the water until around 1pm, sick bites lots of action lots of fun. The fishing is only going to get better as the weeks go by March and April are my favorite months to catch sailfish along with a variety of other fish such as mahi and large blackfin tunas. Book your trip and lets get out there and get tight!