Daily Archives: June 19, 2012
As we move through June the fishing continues to be excellent, with schools of Dolphin in abundance and bigger fish periodically rewarding the patient angler. Wahoo of 10-20 pounds are being caught as they continue to shadow the Dolphin schools– this is a fish that will embroil any angler in a seriously high speed fight, so keep an eye out. Shark season goes all the way through the summer, but right now in particular there are some very large fish being spotted. Forecasted rain may slightly affect the reef fish bite over the next couple of days, but look for large Grouper, Muttons, Yellowtail and spawning Mangrove Snapper all month. The Mangrove Snapper are currently in the reefs and feeding hard at night, a type of fishing that comes with its own challenges but can be extremely rewarding.
As always, arrangements for a local charter can be made by speaking to your friendly Tranquility Bay front desk agent.