Pete from Fishing Finatics is still down in the Galapagos slamming yellowfin, wahoo, grouper, yellowtail, bigeye jacks and almaco jacks in balmy 85-degree water. He plans to head to Isabella Island next on a scouting mission. The island is a virtually unfished area with potential for black, blue and striped marlin as well as swordfish, yellowfin and bigeyes. Pete will be back home on March 27 and the shop is stocked and ready to serve all your needs. Many of the local ponds have been stocked with trout and they are on the feed!
Pete from Fishing Finatics reports that grouper, wahoo and yellowfin are still pleasing down in the Galapagos. Back home, Jamaica Pond as well as several other local water bodies received a load of rainbow trout on the 9th and anglers are already scoring some fresh fish.
Pete from Fishing Finatics is still down in the Galapagos for a little while longer and reports some excellent topwater action this past week on yellowfin, mahi and jacks. Back in the frigid Northeast, freshwater fishing remains pretty good for trout and pickerel. Also, mark your calendar for both the Zobo Flounder Derby taking place on May 20 and the Striper Shootout on June 17. We'll have complete details on both of these great tournaments as we approach the dates.
Pete from Fishing Finatics checked-in from the Galapagos once again this week where he reports big dorado and bigeye tuna are on the feed! Andy Locascio is heading out this week with Pete and they'll be targeting black marlin, tuna, wahoo and grouper for several days—a full report is due back next week.