Capt. Ray reported another slow night of squid fishing. There was one nice flurry around ten thirty that lasted about twenty minutes and allowed most people to bucket a few squid and allowed a couple of guys to do a bit better than that. There were two other gentlemen who did chip away at the squid all through the night and they wound up with around or a bit over 30 pieces apiece however no one seemed to understand why they were the only ones catching on a regular basis outside of the pop at ten thirty. Anyways there are many things that happen in fishing that those of us who have been doing it our whole lives will never understand. Anyway tonight is a new night and the weather looks great and Capt. Ray looks forward to setting sail on the Gail Frances at 7pm. Plenty of room so call and make a reservation if interested in giving it a shot!
Capt. Mike is out after the fluke and we look forward to a full report later today so stay tuned! Keep in mind we have not been out since Monday and a lot could have changed between now and then. The weather looks fantastic for Mother’s Day Fluking and Capt. Mike will be ready to set sail on the Gail Frances tomorrow morning at 7am.