Capt. Tim Richardson, who spends the fishing season there chartering Chaser, a 48-foot G&S, says most of the action revolves around fishing the fish-aggregating devices which are deployed by the locals. "We usually run an hour or less, with most of the FADs being anywhere from 16 to 30 miles away," he says. "We'll leave about 7 in the morning and get back around 6:30 in the afternoon, so you get a full day on the water." While he normally fishes a standard spread of dredges, squid chains and 30-pound-test outfits, Richardson will also readily target blues on light tackle or fly for his clients.