Made it out of the jetties at 6:00am with two rookie buddies from Dallas and Brad D. First stop was a wreck at 36 miles which was holding allot of snaps but they were on the small side so we hauled. Hit a rock at 42 and picked up a few decent snapper and a few chicken dolphin that came up around the boat. We threw out some menhaden to get the dolphin in a frenzy and the dang snapper came up to the top in the chum. We were catching dolphin and small snapper at the same time (crazy). Left that spot when the dolphin left and the sharks rolled in. Proceeded to a few hardspots at 48 and finished off the snapper limit. Managed a 10 pound dolphin on a drift line while we drifted for snapper (nice suprise). After we limited on snapper we kicked back and drifted a few baits which produced three nice kings. One was keep for the Dallas boys and the other two were returned to the drink. Started in around 3:00 and hit a huge weedline around 40 miles. Could have filled the boat with dolphin. Picked up about 15 more 2-3 pounders and one more nice 10 pounder along with a nice 5 pound tripletail. We ended the day with a limit of snapper (biggest fish was only around 6 pounds), 41 dolphin, 3 kings (1 kept) and one tripletail. We normally only keep enough chickens for a meal or two but the Dallas boys don't get to fish much and wanted to take a few fish home to the old ladies. I know 41 sounds like allot but we could have caught 200 and between 4 guys that is only 10 a piece. Does anyone else think they need to put a limit on them? I really feel this is a fish that can be abused on the weedlines. Anyway, those two rookies are hooked on offshore fishing now.