Midwinter fishing sometimes means heading south

This midwinter fishing report has a variety of subjects. There is often a good message from locals in Florida this time of year. Joe Hughes has been running one of his two Jersey Cape Guide Service craft out of Islamorada. His operation is headquartered here in Sea Isle City.

A week ago, he had another super weekend in the Florida Keys, including what he described Friday as the “catch of a lifetime” for Ron Gionta, of Media, Pennsylvania. Hughes said fishing has been “just awesome” on the light gear he employs. They caught snappers, jacks, blue runner and a “cuda.” They also went sight fishing on the flats and hooked up with lemon and bonnethead sharks.

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