June 18 - June 25, 2016

The Environment - Water – In the low to mid-80s on average with pockets of cooler water up and down the Cape allowing anglers to work temperature breaks. Air – Hot! It’s summer … what did you expect?

Bottom Line - Take your pick: marlin, tuna, wahoo, roosters or pargo -- rod-benders all.

Billfish - The marlin bite is good-to-very good with fish spread all over. Anglers targeting stripers were able to get multiple fish daily. Rigged ballyhoo and lures were doing best.

Dorado - Nobody seems to be targeting them, but boats moving from Point A to Point B in search of tuna are picking them up on a fast troll. They’re nice-sized, but nothing real big yet.

Wahoo - Boats heading south in search of tuna are hitting wahoo along the route. Rapalas are the ticket.

Tuna - Find the porpoise and you’ll find the tuna outside. Some boats worked them pretty hard early in the week, but could not hook up. Other boats went south of Los Frailes and found plenty of tuna about a half mile off El Farito. Fish were hitting hoochies and cedar plugs; these are mostly footballs and slightly bigger.

Roosterfish - Roosterfish were plentiful along all the beaches. The area from Buena Vista to the Lighthouse was productive. These are good quality fish to 50 pounds, providing great action and lifetime thrills for fly-fishers.

Check out June 2016 fish photos here.