Captain Drew here with my latest fishing report for Islamorada. The sailfish bite has been steady and looks to heat up after this cold front pushes through south Florida. The brisk north wind should start driving bigger concentrations of bait along the shallow patch reefs. The wahoo bite has been good around the full moon phase and the mutton snapper bite has been great as well! We fished the wrecks yesterday and caught 9 species of fish. We started off catching a big barracuda on the vertical jigs and then managed to catch a giant amberjack even after the rod snapped in 2 halfway through the fight. We then caught some small bonitas and put them back out on some wire rigs. Shortly after that we had a huge bite on the bonita and it ended up being a nice sized wahoo! We ended up catching two 70+lb amberjacks, a jack crevalle, 2 yellow bar jacks, a nice wahoo, an african pompano and a couple good sized blackfin tunas. As the weather cools down the fishing usually heats up, so get on down here and book your next trip aboard the Blu Sushi. Until next time…tight lines.