For the past several weeks, we’ve been plagued by bad weather, to include Hurricane Nicole followed by nor’easters, cold fronts and low pressure systems. It happens each year around this time so we have to take advantage of weather windows and get out there when we can. We snuck out Friday November 25th and the fishing was actually better than I expected. We had a limit of vermilion snapper, some other fish like black sea bass, ringtail porgy and almaco jacks. We even saw a cobia swim by the boat and a school of undersized mahi. The ocean was alive and we had a great time. We’d love to have you. Click here for a short video of the day!