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Action on the fishing front has been limited lately and likely will continue in that mode until the daytime temperatures drop and a southeast breeze returns. Fishing at night through the early morning hours has been the most productive, with anglers scoring the best under lights at night.

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It appears that relief from at least the adverse winds is on its way this week. The high pressure gradient that has been contributing to the extreme hot weather and related southwest winds is to weaken by the middle of this week, bringing chances of rain and calmer seas.

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A wind shift to the southwest took place Wednesday, and that, combined with the shortage of live bait, added to the woes of fishermen. With the light velocity of the wind on Wednesday, there was not much of an effect. However, as the week progresses the forecasts are calling for higher winds.

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Offshore anglers seem to be adapting well to the end of red snapper fishing in Federal Waters. Mangrove snapper along with spade fish, Spanish mackerel, kings, ling and a wide variety of other fish are now the focus of the fishermen heading beyond the jetties.