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So far this has been a very unusual second part of June and into July now. The weather has been just as unpredictable as it gets. Cold fronts, west and northwest winds, strong currents close to shore but not way offshore. Bluewater has pushed out and has been out for about 3 weeks now. It won't be long until it returns though. Nothing stays that constant offshore hardly ever. Due to the lack of current lines we have mainly been catching snapper, amberjack, a few cobia, and a grouper here and there. The tuna bite has been inconsistent but Capt. Bob and Capt. Josh have been puting a few in the boat. The big story is the red snapper and amberjack right now. Limits are very easy and we have not come home without one since snapper season opened. The avg. size has been about 6-10 lbs. if you want quick action. The bigger snapper 15+lbs. require a little more patience and deeper water but they are there. Cobia are starting to show up in numbers now. It won't be long until we can target them. I would suspect that July is going to be a great month with the conditions starting to change for the better offshore. August as usual is a great tuna fishing month so we have that to look forward to as well. We had a couple of days off this week due to the rain and wind offshore. We will be back at again on Thurs. We've got open dates in July and August.

Damon Mcknight
Super Strike Charters

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