With the on again off again rain this week, it hasn’t slowed down the fishing. As a matter of fact some pretty good catches have hit the docks.
Capt. Case Brundage, who recently got his captains license, took a group of anglers from Georgia out Wednesday aboard the Vengeance and put them on the fish. They pulled in triggerfish, mingo and white snapper.
Tennessee anglers on the Un Reel with Capt. Justin Destin reeled in a few king mackerel to go along with their triggerfish and mingo on Wednesday.
Capt. Don Dineen on the Sure Lure and his group of folks came in with amberjack, mingo and triggerfish.
With the rain starting to fall at the docks on Wednesday around noon, Capt. Curt Gwin and his folks from Nashville aboard the Only Way came in with a nice catch of king mackerel, triggerfish and mingo.
Texas anglers on the First Light with Capt. Steve Haeusler pulled in a big catch of king mackerel, triggerfish and mingo.
After a quick five- to 10-minute drizzle of rain at the docks, it stopped as boats continued to back in and unload.
Nashville anglers aboard the Special K with Capt. Kyle Lowe brought in a mixed bag of amberjack, triggerfish, some big mingo and a couple of lane snapper.
Capt. Brandie Miles-Kitchens on the 5th Day and her group from Kentucky pulled in a couple of king mackerel, a mahi mahi, triggerfish and mingo on a six-hour trip Wednesday.
Oklahoma anglers on the Mighty Fine with Capt. Bud Miller reeled in a nice catch of triggerfish and mingo.
Capt. Brian Kelley on the Screamn Drag and his group of anglers from Missouri and Oklahoma hauled in amberjack, triggerfish, mingo and white snapper.
Missouri and Alabama anglers on the Mary Lou with Capt. Rusty Gilbert filled the racks with some huge triggerfish and mingo.
The party boat Swoop with Capt. Nick “Slay Daddy” Price at the helm came in with a load of fish. They brought in mingo, triggerfish and white snapper. They even had a file fish in the mix as well a couple of Almaco Jack and scamp.
Arkansas and Tennessee anglers combined on the Anastasia with Capt. Tony Davis for a big haul of fish. They had amberjack, king mackerel, triggerfish and some big mingo and white snapper.
Capt. Eric Thrasher and his group from Texas aboard the Game On came in from an eight-hour trip on Wednesday with four amberjack, a limit of triggerfish, mingo, a mahi mahi and a wahoo.
A few minutes later, Capt. Bill Williams on the Striker and his Texas anglers filled the rack with king mackerel, triggerfish and mingo.
Fishing has been good in between the rain this week. However, this weekend may be a little different with a possible tropical storm in the Gulf of Mexico. Keep an eye out and make plans accordingly.
See you at the docks.