Seaway Tuesday Mini Report
After the feeding frenzy of Monday morning as reported by Howard, Tuesday's effort was mild at best. We managed 1 GT and a jewie off the tip of the north wall just before first light before deciding to wait at the southern most edge of the Northern Y to see if the GT's would come up there along with the incoming tide. Sure enough they did, right within casting range of the boat. They only came up a couple of times in that area but we managed 3 all around the 60cm mark all on twisties but lost one big one on a popper. They then moved to the canyon where a couple of guys managed some trolling diving lures. There were some tailor down along the inside edge of the north Wavebreak sandbank. We also got one around the north wall casting twisties.
Water clarity has worsened and the crystal clear water has gone(thankfully). There were reports of Tarpon just north of Crab on the weekend. As for the rest of the week, the GT's seem fixated on the dawn time at the moment so I'm not sure if they will feed on surface given the tide won't be running in until after dawn. Best to check on the area in front of the north wall or do a bit of trolling around the canyon and northern Y if they do not show up.