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Friday, March 18, 2011 - 8:22pm

Dolphin, Jacks, Snappers

Dolphin, Jacks, Snappers

We ran a full day charter today. With the full eight hours we had a lot of time to try some different approaches and areas to fish. Starting off in the blue water trolling for dolphin was productive in the morning. We caught over a dozen Dolphin and kept seven of them. This time of year the schoolie Dolphins are a blast on light tackle and you can catch them most days till you get tired of them. After that we anchored up on some deep structure in 220+ feet of water. The first bait down was eaten but a 20 pound true American Red Snapper that we safely released back into the water because of their species being prohibited to harvest. After that a wave of Amberjacks and Almaco Jacks hit with the change of tide. We boated and kept a handful of them. The Mutton Snappers started to bite before we left and all though we didn't catch tons of them they all had great size in the 15 pound and up range. Also in the mix were Sand Sharks and Atlantic Sharp Nose