Fishing Report

June 26, 2022


July 3, 2022

Report Details

Sunny and partly sunny conditions persist with steady temperatures. Wind conditions from the East have been blowing steady at 5-15 Knots and gusting to 20+.
E and NE 5 -15 Mph. Gusting to 20 Mph
Air Temp:
Ranging from the high 70s in the evening to mid to high 80s during the day.
Moon Phase:
Waxing Cresent moving to 1st Qtr moon Jun. 28
Sunrise / Sunset:
Sunrise 5:20 am Sunset: 6:31 pm

Week In Review

Tropical Storm Bonnie has brought higher winds and strong rain bands through the area. Winds continue to shift regularly from the East to North East from 5 to 15 and gusting to 20-25. Less visibility for the past three days has impacted catch percentages dropping Bonefish numbers to 130 for the week, increased Permit and large Tarpon are being hooked and landed along with two nice sized Snook and two more Grand Slams!

What Guests were Catching


Good numbers of Bonefish (130+) were landed, averaging 2/3 lbs larger bones 3/5 lbs in the lagoons.


28 for the week.


10 for the week.

Other Species

Two Snook.

Grand Slams

Another 2 Grand Slams this week by William, courtesy of Capt. Jr. and one by Tim, thanks to Capt. Roger. Congratulations!

Flies That Worked

Christmas Island Specials in gold, pearl and pink sizes and Crazy Charlies in pink and orange. Sizes 4, 6 & 8.
Mantis shrimp, Casa Blanca Raghead w Yellow Eyes, Bauer, Merkin, Alphlexo and Strong Arm Crabs. Sizes 4 & 6
White Tarpon bunnies, chartreuse and black-purple Tarpon Toads in sizes 2/0 and 3/0

Photo of the Week

Father and son team Chris and Braydon land 5 migrating Tarpon courtesy of Capt Raton.
More Fish of the Week Photos