Yet another windy and rough month From Cape Canaveral

January was again another rough month giving us very few days to fish. We managed to sneak out a few days and have some great catches of King Mackerel, a few Cobia and a few Mahi. This last set of fronts has cooled the water down so we should see a great push of Cobia in the 2 to 3 weeks. Also with the cooler water it will have most of the Mahi stacked up for their turn to migrate through. Water temp is the most import while the Cobia prefer 72 degrees they will start to migrate north is waters as cool as 68 as long as the bait and conditions are right. I will be updating reports frequently as the fishing improves. The Mahi will start when the temps hit 77 to 78 degrees. The bottom has been slow due to rough seas. Hopefully we are getting the rough weather out of the way early this year!

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