Corolla Fish Report
Good Wednesday morning, going to be hot and muggy today with some T-storms for late today. The waves at 1 foot and a south west wind at 8 kts. I see conflicting water temps so we will go with somewhere between 68 and 72. Nothing spectacular is happening but folks are getting plenty of mullet, croaker, spot also with some bluefish and keeper flounder. There still has been a problem with the sea grass making it a little tougher than it should be. The piers have a mix of mullet, black seabass, croaker, trigger, spot and a keeper flounder. The nearshore boats have plenty to choose from. They are getting good catches of ribbonfish, Spanish and albacore. On the inside they found drum, trout. Offshore had lot's of mahi, ribbonfish, yellow and blackfin, sailfish and we are going into white marlin season!!
Send all your phots to firstname.lastname@example.org and we will post them on the fish report. The charter boats are doing well along with the shrimp and crab trips. Thinking of going book early to reserve a spot and avoid the hassle, just give the shop a call and we will get you a great trip all set up on the day you choose.