Jon M and son Joe from Atlanta their first hook-up was a nice blackfin tuna, trolling a mix spread off the reef. Our next encounter was with a nice Bull and Cow dolphin, bull jumped off after an awesome aerial show “that’s just part of fishing”. We ended up with a nice cow and Spanish mackerel along the reef and our first sighting of a Mola “sunfish” this year. Father and son did a great job and were a pleasure to fish with.
The mola are the heaviest of all the bony fish, with large specimens reaching 14 feet (4.2 meters) vertically and 10 feet (3.1 meters) horizontally and weighing nearly 5,000 pounds (2,268 kilograms). Sharks and rays can be heavier, but they’re cartilaginous fish. Mola are found in temperate and tropical oceans around the world. They are frequently seen basking in the sun near the surface and are often mistaken for sharks.
Contact Captain Terry (954) 608-2662 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Website: www.bluesafarifishingcharters.com
Blue Safari Charters uses various techniques for snagging ocean-dwelling trophies, including live-bait fishing, lure fishing, offshore trolling, and reef trolling. Anglers can inquire about specific methods and target fish when making