Improving weather conditions and less rain have increased the bite this week. Winds continue to shift regularly from the East to North East diminishing to 5 to 15 Mph and gusting to 20 as fronts move through the area.
Bonefish numbers are plentiful (170), increasing numbers of Permit and Tarpon are being landed along with a single very nice snook. Two grand slams and a boat slam recorded.
Sunny and partly sunny conditions persist with increasing temperatures. Wind conditions from the East have been blowing steady at 5-10 Mph and gusting to 20 Mph.
E and NE 5 – 10 Mph. Gusting to 20 Mph shifting to N 15 – 20 Mph as fronts move through.
Ranging from high 70s in the evening to mid to high 80s during the day.
Waxing Crescent, next phase New Moon 28 June
Sunrise / Sunset
Sunrise 5:18 am Sunset: 6:29 pm
WHAT GUESTS WERE CATCHING
Good numbers of Bonefish (170+) were landed averaging 2/3 lbs larger bones 3/5 lbs in the lagoons.
Nine for the week.
Thirteen Tarpon landed this week. With some nice sized fish in the mix.
A very nice Snook landed this week.
We had 2 Grand Slams this week by Daniel and his father Michael courtesy of Capt. Jeo and a Boat Slam by Brent and Laura thanks to Capt. Kristian. Congratulations!
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