The report from the full day was of a tougher day of fishing due to really tough drift conditions that plagued the 7am full day trip. By late in the day there was a drift and some improved action but too little too late. Today’s fish were not all that spread out with a few of the really dialed in buck tailing guys doing just fine nonetheless. There was one limit catch of fluke and long time regular Sean from CT had 7 nice keeper fluke. Nothing big with the best around 5lbs. Some nice sea bass mixed in as well but no real big numbers on those either. Looks like we may have some better drift conditions tomorrow and the weather looks quite pleasant to boot and Capt. Rich will be set to sail at 7am aboard the Gail Frances.
Capt. Mike reported some very good very local fluke fishing on both the 8am and 1pm half days today. Good numbers of keepers and good numbers of shorts to keep things moving at a steady pace. Nothing big with the best fluke of the day threatening 4lbs. Just a couple sea bass mixed in as well. Tomorrow we offer two half days with the first leaving at 8am and the next leaving at 4pm.
Capt. Matt was pleased to announce that the Kelsey Steele charter was a success. A nice mix of keeper fluke and plenty of shorts plus a few nice sea bass pleased the group. Still some choice dates available for private charter, call the office for more booking details.
Just a reminder that the 8am to 3pm boat is sailing tomorrow and is set to sail on Friday. The 8am sails on the Admiral Frances. Capt. George is at the wheel tomorrow and Capt. Matty is at the wheel on Friday.