Capt. Mitch and James reported beautiful weather and seas on the ride out with Leroy and his crew. Upon arrival to the grounds early Tuesday morning, fishing began in 45 fathoms working to the 50 fathom curve with a nice pick of Red and Scamp Grouper, Vermillion Snapper, Lesser Amberjack and some larger Margate. On Wednesday the plan was to move further offshore, however the weather was not cooperative at that location until late in the evening having winds in excess of 20 knots. On Thursday morning, after traveling overnight to deeper waters around 90 fathoms a more productive day was had; some nice Queen Snapper, Yellowedge, Snowy, Grouper, a couple Kitty Mitchell and a Warsaw Grouper were found as well as a few Silk and Mutton Snapper. Thursday evening they started their trip back home and some trolling was done on the way in on slick calm seas. Wahoo, Blackfin Tuna and King Mackerel came aboard as the last fish caught of the trip. The Captains strive very hard to put anglers on fish, but we can not guarantee that every trip will be stellar. The tide, moon, weather and water temps all play a part in weather the fish bite and while some anglers fared better than others on this trip, as a whole, the “catching” was definitely slower this time around.