So the folks that booked me for today said they only caught a few spanish on their last charter and they wanted to catch something that pulled so I loaded the livewell with pogies this morning and went after something that will pull string. We got out to the wreck and immediately got in to the amberjacks hot and heavy. As i was about to pitch out another bait, i noticed 2 brown logs investigating my propellers so out went another pogie and it quickly got inhaled by the smaller (39" fish). After about a 5 minute fight, we got the fish with the hook in him and his larger buddy back to the boat. Before i gaffed the 1st fish i pitched out another pogie and the larger fish slurped it down and the next battle was on. Ended up boating both fish, and showing them who was boss with the 2 pound dead blow. The biggest one went slightly over 35 pounds on the spring scale I have on board. Since everyone was worn out from playing tug of war with jacks and cobia I ran in a little to the 10 mile boxcars and managed 1 small king on a big clarkspoon on the planer rod. Saw lots of bait and flyers between 7 and 10 miles off the beach but never got another bite. The pogies I picked up in the waterway weren't turbos but they were bigger than peanuts.