Trips fished for a little of everything aboard, said Capt. Bruce Andersen from Captain Easy Charters. The outings trolled blackfin tuna 7 miles from port in 250 to 300 feet of water. Mutton snappers were cranked from wrecks in depths like that on livelined bait. A big one, 20 pounds, was iced yesterday. Sometimes amberjacks were clobbered on live bait at wrecks like that and at the Islamorada Hump, an underwater mound that’s 11 miles from port. Closer to shore, good fishing for yellowtail snappers was pasted at the reef, 3 or 4 miles from port, on cut bait. Fishing that’s coming up includes targeting mahi mahi that become more abundant as the season warms. Call: 305-360-2120. Visit Website.