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Warm water is keeping the billfish lethargic and fish are harder to raise and get to it but patience usually pays off for some sails and a few marlin. As of late the tuna have made a show in schools of 80 to 100 pound fish. Not an everyday occurrence but an adrenaline rush change from the lazy billfish.
Inshore has been wide open with lots and lots of roosterfish, some to 50 pounds mixed in with a variety of snapper, jacks, and African pompano.