Swordfish are known as denizens of the deep, dark sea. They live at great depths, only rarely come up to the top half of the water column, and they most often feed at night.
Going for swordfish is always an adventure. It’s even more so when you target swordfish during the day. It’s quite a treat, which requires patience, skill, precision, and an alert attitude by everyone on the boat.
The captains at Mexican Gulf Fishing Co. have all caught their fair share of daytime swordfish. This summer is no exception, but through May — the swordfish action has been frequent — and rewarding.