The springtime run of jumbo kingfish is quite an event, and it's on in full swing.
This year the fish seem to be bigger then ever. Fish over 20-pounds are common, and some are tipping the scales near 60-pounds. Limit catches are certainly doable at times. Mind you that these fish are biting intermittently, from day to day.
Envisioning some smoked kingfish dip, with jalapenos, on a Ritz Cracker. Well let's not get our hopes up of a home run, when a strikeout is possible.
Let me explain. The porpoises are here, so are a variety of big sharks, not to mention the boat traffic. Then there is the single biggest factor which affects fishing - that is the weather. It's sort of a catch 22 if you will.
Remember it's better to be lucky than good.