Things seem to be getting back on track here, atleast to some extent after the cold streak we’ve been experiencing.
It’s been pretty snotty the last couple days, but the temperatures are back up into the low 80s and the wind is out of the E/SE. The sailfish are starting to respond pretty well. Yesterday we had 3 of 5 out of Lauderdale flying the kites on our 45 Cabo on a full day, and Capt. John Oughton just called in on his way in from a short morning trip. Both our Evans and Whiticar fished here out of Islamorada this morning and from the sounds of it they each had a decent number of shots and released 3-5 apiece. John commented that if it wasn’t so damb rough they’d probalby have had a few more. Bait continues to be tough in the morning, and ballyhoo is the name of the game. Seems like the conditions are right and tomorrow should be even better. To book a trip with Over Under Adventures visit www.overundercharters.com