May Fishing so far

We started out windy as usual this month, but the last few days have been nicer.  It has finally calmed down, and the fish are starting to respond.  Offshore there are more dolphin and tunas being caught, with an occasional sailfish or marlin mixed in.  Grouper season is now open, and the Tarpon are stacking up in the channels. With all of the wind the last few weeks,  I've done a lot of inshore trips  and had some luck with Tarpon, sharks, snappers, groupers and barracudas. The permit should start spawning on the reef soon, and the snapper bite has been good on the reef also.   Yesterday morning I took a group from Europe that wanted to do some deep jigging on the wrecks.  The current was very strong  and the few fish we did find wanted nothing to do with jigs or live bait so we switched it up and started trolling for tunas.  We caught 4 nice fish before the time was up and had enough tuna to feed a dozen people.   If you are looking to get out I can be reached at 305-923-6977. Thanks, Capt  Taylor