Every year between the end of January and March we start to see large dolphin being caught outside our local inlets. What interests me the most is that during this time the wind is actually pushing offshore which is usually bad for dolphin fishing. Under normal circumstances a west wind will push all floating debris away from us towards the Bahamas and this puts the fish out of range for local fishermen. Last week we fished several days on a west wind and saw tons of sea weed and current edges which tells me that the big dolphin have arrived. Anglers were reporting catches of dolphin weighing up to 50 pounds. After doing some research on the gulfstream waters I was made aware of stronger currents over this three month time period. The stronger currents override the wind and allow these weed lines and current edges to hug our coast. Call us with any questions you may have to catch that trophy dolphin.
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RJ Boyle Studio
5040 North Federal Highway
Lighthouse Point, FL 33064