All morning trips canceled tomorrow due to the weather. We will make the weather call on the afternoon the morning.4
Few photos from Friday and Saturday from the half day and full day trips. Friday did see better fluke action on the full day grounds. Saturday put a good catch of fluke and sea bass together by days end. Gulp and eyes balls have been the ticket to limit catch. The office is full stocked on everything thats been working and if you need any help just ask Cory.
There is still some spots left on tomorrow full day trip at 7am. Both half day tomorrow are sold out. Please do not drive down with out a reservations. There is plenty of room on Sunday both trips.
2 more double digits this week on the Gail Frances. Another great day with many limits around the boat. Biggest fish was taken by long time regular Walter. Half day also saw great action on fluke with biggest fish being just shy of 7 and a few others in the 4-5lb range.
Another double digit hit the deck on the full day boat today. Both full day fishing and half day fishing have very strong. Seems like there has been a new batch of fluke moving in covered in lice. Gulps have been the king for catching fluke. Sea bass has been OK to lights outs depending on the day. Bait gulp and jigs have been the tickets. This upcoming week looks great and spots are going quick.
Captain Rich back at it again, another good day on the full day grounds. Many limits around the boat on the fluke and full sea bass limit. Angler had a great day on the water with a drift all day long and bent rods. Sailing tomorrow at 7am with Captain Rich.
Fluke fishing has really improved on both the half day trips and full day trips. Thursday morning half day saw some of the best half day fluke catches of the summer with many limits around the boat. To go along with the sea bass limits. Biggest fluke on the half day trips has been a solid 8 pounds. The full day trips saw another double digit on Friday with Captain Cole at the helm. Saturday captain rich was at the helm and saw another good fluke catch and a sea bass limits. things are shaping up to be a very good August.
Captain rich reported a decent pick on the fluke today. We never really had a drift to work with but those who works the jigs hard were treated well. High hook had a limit of nice fluke mixed in with some nice sea bass. Sailing tomorrow and looks to be some wind in the forecast so there should be a decent drift.
Captain George reported a good morning on the half day trip. We had a good showing of fluke and sea bass to keep rods bent. Good action on the shorts between keepers as well. Plenty of room on tomorrows upcoming trips
A rather windy day down at the point today is allowing for us to catch up on some house keeping. Sundays weather was nice in the morning and the wind came on around 1 and made for a tough afternoon. The full day managed a slow pick of fluke and keeper sea bass. Lots of shorts around as well but off from what we have been seeing. The half days in the morning saw very good action on the fluke and sea bass. The afternoon was a much different story with very fast drift and tough fishing. back to normal sailing tomorrow and the upcoming week looks rather nice.
What a difference a day makes. Friday had very tough drift and swell conditions to deal with which drastically effected the fishing. those who stuck it out at the rail were treated to some fish but it was very off. Today was much nicer on the grounds and bent rods all around. Captain rich reported a boat limit of sea bass to 4 pounds and plenty of shorts to make for a fun day. A great uptick in the fluke as well on keepers and shorts. Captain Cole reported the same thing on the morning half day grounds. The fluke action was some of the best we have seen on the half days with a few fish in the 7lb range and some more 3-5lb fish. We had many sea bass limits as well as shorts to keep young and old anglers busy. Sailing both trips tomorrow and Monday looks very unsettled.