Chris Corley, from Saraland AL, wanted only large fish, specifically “something for the wall.”
Unfortunately, the full moon dealt us a bad hand as the fish were feeding most of the night and not terribly aggressive.
We started dolphin fishing first thing in the morning in about 650 feet of water where we found a weed line with lots of life. We picked away at the dolphin, keeping just the six largest fish ranging from about five to eight pounds. Certainly not slammers, but tasty nonetheless.
This bite turned off at about 10:30, but we chased some frigate birds around for another 45 minutes only to find some schoolies.
Switching gears, we went deep dropping for amberjack, releasing all of them.