Sunday, June 12, 2016

Post Card Inn Sunday upate from the Charter boat fleet

Well to start things off we will go with the Dolphins---It was a excellent day for some of our Charter boats and a few found it hard to put up a full rack of fish. I saw some 20 pounders and nice sized schoolies , plenty good eating there!
There was the usual smattering of Blackfin Tuna and  Bonita and Tripletails, one boat even had a couple of Yellowfin Tuna, not giants but unusual for this time of the year!
The Captains here at PCI put the time in to be sure you get the best chances at catchin fish --they have had to go much further then earlier in the season to find the dolphin !
I am sure with a bit of a wind direction change and a blow a bit harder the dolphin will be in closer and biting better, sometimes that is all it takes.
Now for some billfish reports---as I said yesterday the summer time pattern appeared to be in full swing  well the Gold Reserve caught and released a 170-180 pound Blue Marlin ,great job Capt. Hayden!
The Phoebe brought in to the dock a 200 pound BROADBILL SWORDFISH, fishing in the daytime, plus had some dolphin and raced back to the reef for a dozen nice sized Yellowtail Snapper, now that is a busy day !
The Priority also dropped for Swords and hooked up a couple but pulled the hooks on them!  Dang it!

Wally and Kathi , a happy couple on the way in on the Drop Back
So you can now get the feeling that it is not all just Dolphin fishing, the summer billfish season is here now!

Kathi on the Drop Back with her Beautiful Bull Dolphin
Kathi and husband Wally with a rack of Dolphin and a couple of yellowfin tuna mixed in!


All right now guys and gals, time to give us a jingle on the phone or email us here at the Post Card Inn  and set up your own Charter , Stop looking and readin about it, let's get to fishin---full day,3/4 day, half day trips are available
305-664-2321 ask of the offshore booking office or email us at

The "OLD CAPPY" is off for the next few days so I'll give you a report hopefully next Friday, tight lines and sweet fishing dreams



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