February 22, 2008 Update

February 24th, 2008 by Gillwetter Press

Spring is just around the corner and the offshore fishing is starting to pick up!

Time to get the boat ready, sharpen the hooks get new line on the reels and check out the tackle.

I highly suggest that if your boat has set all winter or even a few weeks drop it in the water get the motor running,  run it for an hour in the water way make sure all electronics are working etc! Best to do it on a Saturday when you can not fish than start off shore and have problems!

Gulf Stream – Blackfin Tuna have shown up along with some very nice wahoo! Pull up temp shot and look for the temp changes! Could be as much as 10 miles in shore of the break! When running out be sure to watch your temp gauge for changes!

Grouper are still going very strong in the 40  mile range!

Kings near the tower and I heard some actually near WR4. I was not there but I know push of water came in closer to shore and with that 66 degree water could well have been kings! Again look at water temp shot when planning your king trip! 66 plus degree water is the ticket!

Captain Rod
OnMyWay Charters
“Finest in light tackle offshore fishing”
Fishing the local waters for over 20 years!

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