Tough fishing but fun anyway

Brother-sister anglers give it their best.

We believe in telling it like it is.  And, today it was pretty dismal.

For the first portion of their day of fishing, we set out for dolphin.  We traveled 70-plus miles in four hours and found not a single dolphin.  And, there was too much current to deep drop for snowy grouper and the like.  We did manage a couple of skipjack tuna.

We headed into the reef where there was too much current, and we couldn’t get the yellowtail to bite, although we managed to put two in the boat.

Despite a dismal first part of the day, Greg and Francine returned for some evening tarpon fishing at the Seven Mile Bridge.  There was a worm hatch, which always excites the tarpon.  The pair got three hookups and landed one.

Anglers: Gregory Werda, from Gulfport MS, and Francine Werda, from Santee CA

Charter Type: Three Quarter Day Offshore + Evening Tarpon

Fishing Venues: Offshore, Reef, Seven Mile Bridge

Species Caught: skipjack tuna, yellowtail snapper, tarpon

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Capt. Chris and Christy Johnson
SeaSquared Charters
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Marathon Florida Keys

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