Moist and unstable conditions have characterized the past week. Showers and isolated thunderstorms will continue to affect the northern areas of the country. Winds regularly shift from the East to North East and at 15 – 20 mph at midday.
None of this affected our anglers, who landed an amazing four Grand Slams this week. Bonefish numbers increased to 223 + for the week; Permit and migrating Tarpon are being caught on average of 2 to 3 per day.
Cloudy spells with steady temperatures. Wind conditions from the East continuing to blow steady at 15 -20 mph and gusting to 20+.
E and NE 15 – 20 mph. Gusting to 20+ Mph
Ranging from high 70s in the evening to mid to high 80s during the day in the coastal zone.
Waning Cresent moving to New Moon July 28.
Sunrise / Sunset
Sunrise 5:27 am Sunset: 6:31 pm
WHAT GUESTS WERE CATCHING
Good numbers of Bonefish (110+) were landed averaging 2/3 lbs larger bones 3/5 lbs in the lagoons.
23 for the week.
19 Tarpon landed this week.
Grand Slam by James C. courtesy of Capt Roger, Grand Slam by Steve C. Courtesy of Capt Jeo, Grand Slam by Derek L.t courtesy of Capt. Jeo and Grand Slam by Don F. courtesy of Capt. Nestorlations!
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