Captain Matt was at the helm of the Marathon fluke trip. This was one of the best ones we have had all summer. The morning started out with a stiff north breeze and very fast drift condtions. Once the wind started to ease we got in to the rythm and fish started coming over. High hook had a limit of nice fluke to 8 pounds. There was plenty of sea bass everywhere with many nice knob heads. We will be having the marathons until Aug 26th
Captain Mike reported a good morning on the half day trip. Like the full day once the wind let go we were right on the fish. Many many sea bass limits around the boat with a few fluke popping there head in on the action. The afternoon did see great weather and good fishing. We will have both trips tomorrow at 8am and 1pm
Captain Matt did some early season tuna exploring over the weekend. He stayed closer to home and it paid off. He managed some yellow up to 50 pounds, a white marlin and the pots were holding some mahi. This is good signs for the future and our trips are booking up quick.