The kingfishing was as spectacular today as it was yesterday.
We went for the closest thing to a sure bet this morning, after what we saw yesterday. We got our live bait and headed off to the mackerel grounds. It started off a little slower, but once they started skyrocketing on our surface baits, it was as exciting as it gets. Catching a limit was relatively easy to acomplish, and once my group had their fill, we jogged offshore in hopes of finding some dolphin action like yesterday. Conditions weren’t as good, and what was a tight color change yesterday had blended out, and there was very little grass on it. We never had a dolphin or wahoo bite after trolling five miles down the change.
One boat had a good catch of blackfins and a handful of yellowfins up to the east.
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