Author Archives : Captain Norm

Home  >>  Author : Captain Norm

Can you say mahi mahi tacos?

On July 9, 2018, Posted by , In Mahi mahi,Tuna, With No Comments

Mahi mahi tacos are a fan favorite in South Florida. And we make them from scratch.  The summer fishing remains really strong. We’re seeing more sargassum weed than I can remember in a lot of years. Thick mats and scattered sargassum stretched all the way from the beach to the…

Getting groceries

On June 1, 2018, Posted by , In Mahi mahi, By , With No Comments

Getting groceries today required us to run a little further offshore to find the desired blue water. Dolphin and blackfin tuna had been in as close as 300 feet. Today was a different ballgame however. Recent heavy rain from a subtropical storm caused a lot of fresh water run off…

Come getcha sum!

On May 24, 2018, Posted by , In Mahi mahi,Tuna, By , With No Comments

It’s time to come getcha sum! This is my favorite time of the year to fish in South Florida. The mahi mahi (dolphin) have arrived in full force. The blackfin tuna and kingfish are chewing. And there’s still a sailfish or two around. I had Buck out on the Finest…

Spring Fishing Has Arrived!

On April 18, 2018, Posted by , In Kingfish,Mahi mahi,Sailfish,Weather, With No Comments

Spring fishing has arrived. I love this time of the year because of the variety and size of the fish that are available in our waters. And remember, we can have lines in the water literally within 15 minutes of leaving the dock! The cold fronts are fewer and fewer….