Mahi Available, Wind Limits Roaming
Report Date: November 13, 2013
The wind has certainly begun to blow this season, but we are still doing pretty well with Mahi. On Sunday afternoon, we left Port Everglades Inlet with a load of live pilchards and a few goggle eyes. Our plan was to target sailfish so we headed out to 350', a little north of the inlet, and set up 2 gogs on the kite, 2 flat lines and 2 weighted lines.
We repositioned the boat for another drift over the same area. Again, we caught some skipjacks on flat lined pilchards and some more mahi. We also missed 2 successive kingfish attacks on the kite baits.
You what they say, never leave fish to find fish... So we setup for a third drift over the same area and were rewarded by more skipjack action and 4 more nice Mahi!
Capt. Mario Cote
No Vacansea Sportfishing