Roger reported the first combo trip was quite successful. On the fluke side of things the first couple drifts produced excellent action with lots of shorts and a few nice keepers. Biggest fish was a fine 6lb slab taken by Jae Lee from the Boston Metro area. Then we set the hook and focused on squid and bottom fish. The squid were EVERYWHERE!!! Anglers who were less focused with sight fishing and more focused on working various depths did quite well with scores upwards to a half five gallon bucket per angler. Double headers were commonplace. Mixed sizes but plenty of good size tubes. The squid were very aggressively feeding last night indicating that the spawn is over and the squid are back on the feed! Bottom fish results were picky at best. Some scup and sea bass including a handful of good size ones of both species and a fair number of shorts on both but nothing extraordinary. The only way to get them was with fresh caught squid or sand worms last night. Worms are usually available for sale inside of the tackle shop. Squid strips and spearing are provided as bait. As I have stated many times the best method for the fin fish is to catch a few fresh squid first and then cut them up and fish them on the bottom. Biggest scup over 2lbs and biggest sea bass around 3lbs. Plenty of other critters kept anglers busy as well with sand sharks, small blue fish and some super size sea robins providing lots of smiles and entertainment! Next trip is tonight at 7pm with Capt. Ray on the Lady Frances, plenty of room so call to make a reservation. A couple pics are provided courtesy of Roger.