Had some really fun folks on the boat this week and we managed to have a fun time with a fair amount of action. As with last weeks trips, Sharks ranging in size from 10-100lbs were the norm and several species such as Blacktips,Fine-tooth,Bonnetheads and more kept us entertained and a few proved quite a challenge. This was the 2nd week that we have gone without catching any large Bull Reds and I think that the water temps and influx of so many Sharks might have driven them away from the usuall spots that we catch them at during the Fall and Early Spring. Hopefully some Spanish Mackerel, Cobia, and a couple of other species move on in to our inshore/nearshore waters and fill the void left by the Reds departure. Time will only tell. Huge tides are here this coming weekend and they will remain in effect thru the middle of next week. They are beautiful to observe, but a pain in the neck when it comes to fishing and more importantly, catching. Out of our control though. Moon phase and morning tide times will be favorable by midweek so give me a call and we will go wet some lines and blow some minds.