Capt. Ray reported that even though it felt more like early October last night, the squid did not seem to mind as they were as active as ever. It took about an hour and a half to really get them going but once they started, a solid pick ensued the rest of the evening. Sizes were mixed but still plenty of super size tubes up to 20 inches in the mix. The catch did vary some from angler to angler but the hi hooks filled a full five gallon pail with the tasty mollusks. A few anglers had very good luck sight fishing for the squid later in the evening as they came to the surface to feed on minnows. As of yet there has been no sign of the squid spawn which means the squid are still very aggressively feeding. Once they spawn they become a bit more tricky to catch but good fishing can certainly still be had and for those who do not remember, last year featured good fishing for squid for those who put in a focused effort, well into July along the beach and thus far there is no indication that this year will be any different! A mix of scup, good size sea bass, small fluke, tatoug and a few hefty sea robins were all released to fight again another day but certainly added some variety to the evening. Capt. Ray looks forward to another great night of squid fishing tonight with the Lady Frances setting sail at 7pm and there is plenty of room the next three nights so call the office to make a reservation!