Scott Collins

We made it out on 3/28 to experience seas rougher than forecasted. After getting the kite up, the long goes down and the fight is on. After arms on fire, Jeremy gets his first blackfin tuna! An hour goes by with no action then bam Dolphin double. The couple newly wed couple reel in their first mahi's together. It was a good time fishing with this crew!

We have been on the water daily and fishing in general has been good. All of our Jupiter Fishing Charters have been action packed. Kite fishing, trolling, and drifting are all producing. On the choppy days fishing has been the best. There have been a few sailfish around. Bottom fishing for snappers has been picking up this week. We are also starting to catch more kings.

Fishing in the Loxahatchee and Intracoastal has been decent for Snook. There are a ton of Ladyfish, Jacks, and Snappers to catch. Snook fishing will get better as the water warms. We have a couple of open days in April visit to get hooked up. See you on the water.

Capt. Scott Collins

Fish Species: Dolphin, Sailfish, Kings, Snappers
Bait Used: Goggle eyes, bluerunners
Tackle Used: TLD 20
Method Used: Kite fishing
Water Depth: 150-75
Water Temperature: 75
Wind Direction: SW
Wind Speed: 10-15
3/27 Rougher than forecasted, released a sailfish
3/27 Rougher than forecasted, released a sailfish

Mixed bag on the ledge. Released a sailfish
Mixed bag on the ledge. Released a sailfish

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Scott Collins

About The Author: Captain Scott Collins

Company: Gettin Lucky Sportfishing

Area Reporting: Jupiter FL

Bio: 50 Master Captain 2 Years of full time charter captain 4 Years salary first mate 15 years of local fishing experience

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