Capt. Rich reported the anglers aboard today just DESTROYED the big fluke. The fishing was awesome with one drift going nearly two full miles and catching all the way!! There were many many limits all around the boat with the Gail Frances within striking distance of a full boat limit. All terminal gear was effective today with limit catches from rental rods to spros to spros with whole squid. A couple anglers in particular destroyed the jumbo fluke using spros with fresh caught squid like longtime regular Andrew Nolan who spent a couple extra hours catching squid off the docks before heading out (now that is what they call going the extra mile!), but like it was stated earlier EVERYTHING was working! The anglers aboard decked over 150 keepers today with 30 of today’s fish going over 5lbs with the biggest for the day taken once again by the best fluke fisherman any of us have ever seen here in these parts with Mr. Pak again taking the pool with a fine 29 inch brick thick 11.5lb slab. Mr. Pak’s behemoth slab fell to a spro jig but the exact color or type was uncertain as of this point. Mr. Pak had a full limit of fluke over 5lbs! Way to go Mr. Pak!! A few other fluke in the 8lb range were the next biggest fish. Anglers also tossed back an insane amount of jumbo to gargantuan out of season sea bass and had plenty of extra sport with blue fish of varying sizes but some real beauties in the double digit weight class mixed in. The weather and fishing were about as good as it gets today. When average size and sheer numbers are taken into condiseration, today may very well go down in the Frances Fleet history books as one of the best 7am full days in the trip’s history. A pic of Mr. Pak’s fish can be seen on www.noreast.com underneath our thread in the party/charter boat section. Capt. Rich looks forward to another good day tomorrow with the Gail Frances set to sail at 7am.