Scott Lund and Scott Armand were with us the next two days. We left the sails and looked for blues but were unlucky not to be reward with a marlin but were kept busy with a few sails.
Eddie and Bronco Dalidowicz joined us for the 21st through the 23rd with a total of 13 sails and loads of nice yellowfin and dorado to make for another exciting trip for them.
Danilo and Dilson Palmer of Brazil joined us next for three days and enjoyed learning the art of bait and switch and dropping back, with a couple sails each day as well a yellowfin tuna. There final day saw them finishing with 12 sailfish releases and an energetic 300lb blue marlin released on the pitch-bait of the bridge teaser.
Jack Duvall of Texas joined us from the 27 to the 29th. We raised 21 sailfish, going 13 from 19 bites the first day with lots of jumpers and tailors that were not biting as there was loads of bait down deep. We went 7 from 8 the next day and finished with 12 from 17 the last day. Great averages, these Lazer Sharp Eagle Claw circle hooks sure do the trick!!!
Things are looking good, the current is pushing hard from the west and we have heard reports of large volumes of fish out that way so are expecting a very good April and May. We have an opening the 26th to 29th of April for someone to enjoy as well as some dates in May, so take advantage of the great fishing we are seeing this year. The blues will start to show up consistently in late April and May and the sail fishing will stay just as consistent......... we look forward to seeing you here.
Until next report, tight lines.
Capt. Brad Philipps