Monday, October 26, 2015

Offshore Fishing Report World Wide Sportsman, Islamorada, Florida

Hello everyone, and welcome back to this week’s report!  This one is going to be short and sweet as the weather this week has been horrible.  The wind has blown all week and are forecast to blow 15-20 into the weekend.  We are booked every day, and have managed to re-book 3 out of 4 trips since the wind started, and are going to try and make it out tomorrow.  We will have to see what the wind is doing in the morning to be certain, but hopefully we will make it out.  I don’t know any boats that have been out this week, other than a few catching nurse sharks in the channel’s from other marinas.  Therefore, I really don’t have much of a report.  You can count on some Sailfish being out there, and probably some Mahi lurking on the edge terrorizing the Ballyhoo swimming on the reef.  If you could manage to get on the anchor, I have no doubt that the Yellowtail Snappers will bite, as no one has fed them since Sunday as far as I know.  It has been a tough week for the entire fleet with the weather conditions, but things are looking up for the middle of next week as the winds are forecast to finally start coming down.  We had gust here this week over 35 mph, so that creates an unsafe situation for us to take out our charters.  Most people aren’t used to being in 8-10 foot seas, with some bigger rollers I am sure, and it isn’t worth anyone getting hurt.  Never mind the fact this we do this for FUN!  We will just have to see what the next several days bring, and hope that we end up on the lower side of the forecast.  We can fish in 20 mph winds, but you still have to have the right customers to ensure their safety and comfort.  Sorry for the report, or lack there of, but I can’t help the weather.

Well, that is it for this week! Remember, if you need a charter please feel free to stop by World Wide Sportsman’s Bayside Marina and check us out, as I will be glad to help you out with whatever you need. Fishing report provided by Captain James Chappell 305-803-1321 out of World Wide Sportsman Bayside Marina, Islamorada, Florida. I hope everyone has a great weekend, and remember to boat responsibly!

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