Pisces Fishing Reports
For being September there were actually quite a few anglers in town this past week, despite hot and humid weather the fishermen venturing out were pleased with their results. Our catch rate for all species combined was 92% with just a few boats not catching anything. There was a pretty good mix on billfish with blue marlin, striped marlin and a couple of sailfish. The largest fish for us this week was aboard the 38 ft. Blackfin C Rod, a . . .
This week the most abundant species of billfish were striped marlin, with blues coming in second, and a spattering of sailfish throughout. We had an excellent catch success rate, with 96 percent of boats being successful and only two boats getting skunked. The weather couldn’t have been more perfect, warm water and clear skies, accompanied by calm seas and plenty of fish.
This week our main story is the passing of Hurricane Newton through the area on Tuesday. With all that being said, it did have an impact on fishing, as the port was closed on Tuesday and Wednesday. Resuming on Thursday the 8th, so this week’s fish report will only include five days. And despite all this, the days that we were able to fish, we saw some fabulous fishing.
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