“Hi Capt. Joe,
Our fishing experience with you aboard the Fearless was the best we have experienced. Landing 28 yellowfin snapper and releasing three other monsters which made our fishing experience a lot of fun. You know how to make your guests welcome and you have extensive knowledge of the waters and fishing. We will definitely come back and tell all others about our time with you.
Mark, Shonna, Jeremy, & Renee
Here is a pic of our catch that was prepared locally. Yum!”
Another rained out day in the Keys….may as well head to the bar!
Here’s why we are not fishing today :(! This was taken off the back dock of Bud N Mary’s this morning. Weather is supposed to be very windy and rainy the next day or two. Let’s hope it clears up soon!
We caught about 30 Yellowtail Snappers on the Reef so dinner is in the bag. We then caught a big Nurse Shark and lost a big Goliath Grouper next to the boat. Conditions same as the morning!
Wind out of the Northeast at 17 knots, seas 2-3 feet and a Southwest current. Yellowtail were biting like crazy this morning! We caught around 25 and then 2 Bonitos. Going out for the afternoon half now….stay tuned!
Mahi Mahi fishing was slow today….it started off calm and then got windy and we caught a few schoolie Mahi Mahis which Frank, our charter guest, was very happy with. Wind out of the NE- E up to 15 knots when we got in, seas got up to 2-4 feet on the way in and water temp was 80.
Took the family to the Sandbar today and due to the full moon the tide was super low…
Lots of Mahi Mahi for Frank and his crew from New Jersey today! We even hooked a Blue Marlin which is super cool because they are rare down here! Afterwards we went Barracuda fishing at the Lighthouse and had a great day! Wind was out of the South at about 8 knots, water temp was 80 degrees and we had a 1 foot chop.
Plenty of Mahi Mahi out there today for our guests Donna and Jay from North Carolina! Wind came out of the South at about 10 knots, seas were 2-3 feet and water temp was 78 degrees. Perfect day out there!
I had a great 3 days with Mike Lamb and his family!
We ended it with an afternoon tarpon trip today. Unfortunately, they just were not biting, but we did catch a Bonnet Head Shark and a Jack Crevalle. It was rainy at the end…wind out of the SE at 10 knots and a hard incoming tide.
Mike’s comment on Facebook:
“We may have not caught tarpon but we still had a great time with Joe and the Fearless the last 3 days. Thanks again Joe!”