Took one of our frequent clients out last Wednesday and had all our action within the first hour and a half then it shut off. We had some wahoo bites on mono which didn't work out to well for us and did manage to catch a sailfish. We started on the 400 line in 300' and stayed there until about 1:00 and ended up around the 490 line in 250'. It looked very fishy, but we didn't do much except a few sharks and cudas in the afternoon and I did miss a nice wahoo on a bridge rod. Yesterday I had my boss and some of his friends. We started on the 490 line in 300' and battled the weeds until we pushed offshore, deeper than I wanted to be. As we worked back in and to the north the scattered weeds were forming up into a pretty nice edge that I found around the 450 line in 380' and followed it up and into 250'. We had pretty good action with dolphin and missed some wahoo as well. Sharks and cudas filled in the down time. We ended up keeping 7 dolphin and pulling off another 4 or 5. Did see a sail that was just looking and we couldn't get a bite out of it. That was our last big boat trip before I take off for Ft. Pierce/Bahamas for the winter. We will have the Contender here for a little while longer and will be doing some bottom fishing and trolling trips on it so give us a call or e-mail if your interested in a charter on it. Hopefully there will be some more sailfish working their way back to south in the next month or so and we can get back out and take another shot at them. If anyone is interested in fishing out of Ft. Pierce this winter give us a call or e-mail.