Now that the seas have subsided we are excited about the potential fishing opportunities along our coast and in the Gulfstream. There should be plenty of floating debris offshore to attract schools of mahi mahi, but boaters should take caution when venturing through post-hurricane waters. Closer to shore, Mutton snapper and red grouper will be found in higher concentrations than normal around reefs from depths of 20-300ft. Live or dead Sardines will be the best bait for exploring post Hurricane Irma waters. Inshore, we can expect the beginning of the mullet run with plenty of jacks, snook, tarpon, and lady fish in tow. If you would like to book a trip with me I have 3 boats available to take you out. This is the perfect time to relieve the stress from Hurticane Irma with a little fishing. Call or email me, thanks!
Captain Chris Agardy
Fish Envy Charters