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Wow, hard to believe March is almost over, and what a fine month it has been for us so far. The weather has been exceptional for most of the month with the temperatures warming up to the high seventies and low eighties, and very little rain. The fishing has been starting to heat up as well, with a great Blackfin tuna bite and Sailfish starting to make their annual stop in Key West.

Kite Jumper

The Tuna bite has been pretty much best in the early morning and late afternoon/evening with some nice fat fish coming over the rails. Pilchards and ballyhoo have proven to both be effective lately to target these tasty balls of muscle. The Sailfish bite is beginning to show signs of life as well in the last few weeks. Our clients yesterday caught 4 Sailfish on the Outer Limits during their 3/4 day charter. For these 6 to 8 foot acrobats of the ocean we have been kite fishing using live pilchards, herring, and goggle eyes, as well as catching them trolling bare-naked ballyhoo. Chase's SailfishThis bite is only going to get better as the next couple weeks approach. Give Captain Jay a call and get yourself ready for some fun and exciting fishing!   305-923-1043