Capt. Rich reported slow drift conditions again today so those who know how to really work the spro jigs really did well with both the fluke and the sea bass. For the rest of the gang it was tougher going although there was some more action at the change of tide later in the day when the drift picked up a bit. A lot of big sea bass in the three to five pound range hit the deck of the Gail Frances today. Capt. Rich reported there were several fluke limits and there were also several anglers that had upwards to and over a half dozen big sea bass apiece to go along with their fluke. Pool fish for the day was just a hair under 8lbs according to Capt. Rich. Capt. Rich will be ready to set sail on the Gail Frances tomorrow at 7am.
The first two half day reports are as follows: A great turnout of half day enthusiasts on the 8am with lots of nice sea bass hitting the decks and just a couple keeper fluke the Lady Frances while the 1pm found a handful of fluke and a couple handfuls of sea bass.