Sorry for the delay, but I have been very busy and have had little time.
As for this week it has been Summer fishing, Flat to Flatter and Clear to Clearer with no change in the near forecast, so all fish that one seeks should be targeted and the best bets would be, Barracuda, Snook, Big Jacks, Mangrove Snapper, Yellowtail Snapper. August from my experience is not a great month for Mutton Snapper, but the ones that you can get will be very nice Fish, I have seen in past years some of the Biggest Muttons produced in July-August, you do not get many fish though but there is some monsters out there. Cuberra are also around this month.
Now for the month of August if a decent bait is not available try small grunts in the 2 to 3 inch range, snip of there tail so they give a little scent, as we get closer to the end of August and the tropical storm scoot by close to our coast always be ready to get fishing afterwards because when we see heavy blows for a few days the Snapper bite fires up and especially first part of September.
I have seen Cobia around the Dania area at this time of year also so keep your eyes open and the snapper fire up there after Storms also, matter of fact the last couple of years the best pier has seemed to be Deerfield and has had some strong Snapper bites after storms and also some very large Muttons coming up from my knowlegde “Don’t be hating I am just telling the truth Deer-rats”.
Also another place that will fire up with Muttons is Boynton Inlet but with the Jettys closed makes it harder to get to the majority of the fish.
Anglins Fishing Report for the week ending 07/29/10
Thurs July 22, Bluefish, Muttons Snapper, Yellowtails snapper, Jack Crevalle, Blue runners.
Friday, Jack Crevalles
Saturday, Yellowtail – Mutton – Mangrove snappers, Jack Crevalle
Sunday, Mangrove Snapper, Ladyfish, Sand perch.Moonfish
Monday, Mangrove Snapper, Barracuda, Sand Perch, Moonfish
Tuesday, Mangrove snapper, Yellowtail Snapper,
Thursday, Mangrove Snapper, Barracudas, Moonfish