1. At Big Pier 60 in Clearwater, the first couple of days after the storm, it was nothing however catfish. On Saturday, limits of Spanish mackerel began coming in and anglers have been “pulling them in left and right.” On Sunday, an enormous, bull redfish that was too huge for a pier internet, was caught. Since Monday, the mackerel are biting together with speckled trout. Some keeper measurement sheepshead are biting on the pilings. A juvenile scalloped hammerhead shark was caught on Tuesday, stories Big Pier 60 Bait & Tackle (727-462-6466).

2. At Madeira Beach, when winds allow, the nearshore hogfish chunk is absolutely good at a depth of 30 to 80 toes. Schools of kingfish and Spanish mackerel begin exhibiting at about 50 toes. The lane snapper chunk has been “insane” starting at 70 toes. Big mangroves, gags and pink grouper are in the combine. Deeper offshore, previous 120 toes, black fin tuna are beginning to present, stories Capt. Dylan Hubbard of Hubbard’s Marina (727-393-1947).