The weather finally gave us a break and let us get offshore. This weekend, through Monday has a great forecast, and the ocean is alive. We left the dock Saturday morning under a crisp 40 degree air temp. On our way out, I noticed the sea temp was 45 degrees, which is colder than we usually see here. As we made our way further offshore, it began to warm up; by the time we made our destination of 52 miles, the sea temp was about 65 degrees, which warmed the air temp quite a bit. We started trolling only landing a barracuda. We trolled for a while longer and started bottom fishing. We limited out on vermilion snapper and also caught some triggerfish, red porgy, amberjack, almaco jack, sharks, and some mutton snapper. Between bottom fishing spots, we would troll for wahoo, picking up a nice 50lber around lunch time. We spent the rest of the day finishing up our fish box with stringerfish, and headed back to the dock on a calm ocean. Plenty of fish to be caught right now, so it’s a great time to book a trip! Tight lines!