Sorry about the lack of fishing reports, but it just seems like there is not enough hours in the day. Thanks to everyone who has come out to fish. We’ve had some great days and a few poor days, thanks to the hard southwest wind we had for over a week. In the sound, we are catching a little of everything like Spanish Mackerel, Bluefish, Flounder, Sea Mullet, Croakers, and Spot. Nothing has been hot and heavy, but catches have usually been good. Around the inlet, the Bluefish have been on and off depending on the water temperature. Just outside the inlet, a few schools of Red Drum have been hanging around, but have been hammered on by the fleet. A few Cobia are still being caught, but most have move up into the Chesapeake Bay. The local near shore wrecks have had Triggers, Spadefish and nice Amberjacks on them, with a few Sea Bass too. Offshore, the tuna bite is still going on, but it’s a few here and there. The Dolphin have been a little thicker, with most being bailer size. The billfish bite has gotten better over the past week and should only get hotter. Take a day off and let’s go fishing.