Quick Report 17th March 2011
This one won't be a full report as most of the day was spent researching some new stuff.
Anyway found some tarpon in the seaway early, hooked 9 but only landed 1. Typical shallow water Tarpon though, very acrobatic and very hard to stay attached to . There are some nice tuna schools just south east(500m -1km) of the seaway in around 50ft of water. Good size fish for the most part with a few smaller tuna as well. Looked like a mix of yellowfin and mack tuna. They get fussy quick once the sun is up so you need to get onto them as they come up just on dawn.
While checking out a few new live bait spots this morning, I saw a metre long yellowtail kingfish swim past, in water less than 2 metres deep. So its a safe bet that the kingies know exactly where the food is and aren't shy about shallow water.