Capt. Ray reported another great night of squid fishing and a very pleasant turn out of squid anglers. Good news travels fast and many of our ace squidders were aboard last night filling their five gallon pails to the brim with mostly large and jumbo tubes. Most people who stayed at the rail had three quaters to one full five gallon pail with a few doing as little as a half bucket and some busily working on a second. One duo combined for just under 200 big tubes last night and many of these tubes are well over a foot in length with some approaching fifteen inches not counting tentacles!!! The squid were all over the column but the biggest were caught jigging near the bottom. The past two nights all types of squid jigs seemed to produce, one thing of note from years of observing this fishery is that the guys who use the lightest freshwater trout or super light fluke rods and light line do seem to catch the best. While rod rentals are available, your favorite fresh water spinning rod may very well be the golden key to your squidding sucess, just something to keep in mind. The season is off to an awesome start, perhaps the best ever so far in our history of night squidding. Capt. Ray looks forward to another beautiful night on the water this evening with the Squid boat setting sail at 7pm aboard the Lady Frances, call the office to make a reservation and come on down to get your fill of these tasty mollusks!