I fish for them all the time in the summer months. I run charters for them starting in May. Just like most I wont give away any exact spots but anything floating like crab traps or logs will hold them. The key is to have tide movements. My boat has a tower and I sight fish for them floating on the surface on heavy tides. It is just like cobia fishing but you see a heck of alot more. I use live shrimp for the small ones. If they look over 15lbs I use a live mullet with the tail clipped to slow it down. obviously sunny days are best.
i saw the pic u posted with that tripple tail. Ive cuaght a few before but never really targeted them. If you ever have a spot on the boat i would love to go. if not just some tips would also be appreciated.
Hey we are going to port st. joe this weekend and are going to try to catch some tarpon. I am used to sight casting rolling schools with live bait on a bobber or trolling a yozuri. I think they only run allong the beach here and am not used to fishing for them that way. What kind of set up and bait and what depth or structure have you been catching them on? Thanks for any help you give me. James