Captain rich reported a solid day on the full day grounds. the morning started out a little bumpy and foggy from the wind from yesterday but turned out to be a very nice day. Anglers were treated to a nice drift and bent rods all day. A full boat limit of sea bass along with a good showing of fluke. High hook had a limit of fine flatties. Sailing tomorrow at 7am
Captain Greg reported a good morning on the half day grounds. We had great action on both fluke and sea bass. Many sea bass limits around the boat with some anglers catching upwards of 15 keepers orl. The biggest prize of the day was long time regular tony catching a monster 10.5lb fluke!! Some other fish in the 3-5lb range as well.
Captain rich reported another decent day on the fluke grounds. We have been grinding out the same area and putting keepers in to the box. There has been more sea bass showing up on these grounds to keep rods bent between keeper fluke. Gulp and eye ball jigs seem to be the king this summer.
Captain Greg reported a very solid day on the fluke grounds. We worked the grounds hard and it paid off. High hooks had limit catches with many anglers catching 2-4 keepers each. We also had a good showing of sea bass with about a half to thee quarters of a limit. Gulp and eye balls were the ticket today. Weather looks great the next 2 days and we will be back at the grind
Captain Keith and Captain Frank both reported solid action on the half day grounds. the morning did see a very fast drift in the morning but once it slowed down the fish started coming over the rail. High hooks had easy limits of fine keeper blue heads. The morning did see more fluke. Only the morning trip tomorrow and Saturday.
Captain Greg reported a good pick on the full day fluke ground. The fluke was a little bit of a grind but by days end we put a nice catch together. Biggest fish on the day was over 8 pounds with many others in the 4-6 pound range. Some sea bass limits around the boat as well. Its kinda of a trade of for a sea bass slaughter and little fluke or good fluke and OK sea bass. Back at it tomorrow with Captain Rich
Both Captain Keith and Captain Frank reported solid morning on the local grounds. Sea bass were a plenty with of sea bass limits to go around. Some fluke and mackerel in the mix as well. Sailing both trips tomorrow at 8am and 1pm
Captain Rich and Greg have reported good day on the full day grounds. Sundays actions was a full limit of fine knob head sea bass and a good showing of fluke. The drift picked up in the afternoon and the sea bass turned off but the fluke bite heated right up. Only angler limited on fluke on just one drift with the biggest being 28″. Monday did see slightly slower fishing with the wind but those who stuck it our did just fine . Weather looks great this up coming week and spots are going quick.
Captain Keith reported great half day fishing close to home. Sea bass limits or just shy have been the norm. Some fluke in the mix but every trip is different on number of keepers. Sailing 2 trips a day at 8am and 1pm
Captain Rich reported a good day on the fluke grounds. We had a nice load of anglers who have wanted to get in on the increasing fluke action. Today was one of the best days in weeks for keepers. high hooks had a limit of fine keepers with a brace of sea bass to go with. More and more fish seem to be pushing in and it should only even get better.
Captain Greg reported a little off day on the half day trip. We had zero drift to speak of. We still chipped away on a batch of sea bass and a few fluke. Reports from the grounds right around 1pm the fishing really picked up. We will have both trips tomorrow at 8am and 1pm
Captain Rich reported another good day on the fluke grounds. We had a good drift for most of the day and we did our best to put fish in the box. Biggest fluke on the day was a solid 10 pounds with a few others in the 6-9lb range. We had a good showing of sea bass with just a fish or 2 shy of a full boat limit.
Captain Greg reported a solid morning on the half day ground. We worked the area and filled the buckets with fine sea bass. High hooks had easy limits. A few fluke in the mix but sea bass were the star of the show. The afternoon saw the same actions on the sea bass as well. Only the morning trip tomorrow at 8am.
Captain Rich reported a good day on the fluke grounds. We tried a new area and the fluke were waiting for us. We picked away all day on the fluke and would have had a few more for the box if we had a better drift. Biggest fish on the day was around 6 pounds with high hook boxing 4 keepers. A few less sea bass in the mix but most anglers still left with a limit.
Captain Keith reported another good trip on the morning half day grounds. We had alot of fog to deal with but we got right on the fish and worked on them all morning. High hooks left with limit catches for dinner. More shorts around today but plenty for the box
Captain Greg reported a good day on the sea bass today. We took a longer ride to some new grounds and tried to find the mother load. In stead of the land of the giants we found land of the little sea bass and little fluke. We worked closer to home and found so much bigger sea bass. We will be back on the grounds tomorrow looking for more fish to fill coolers.
Captain Keith reported 2 very different half day trips. the morning was lights out fishing on sea bass and scup. Some short fluke in the mix but everyone went home with a nice bag for dinner. The afternoon saw a fast drift and the sea bass fishing was on the slower side. We worked in grounds hard but did not have the have the same results. Back at it tomorrow at 8am and 1pm with plenty of room.
The sea was back to normal and the fish were hungry. Both the full day boat and half day trips had fantastic days on the sea bas and fluke. The sea bass were the star of the show but the fluke are trying to make a come back. Some anglers were catching there 3 fish limit in 2 casts. Larger sea bass are showing up in the 4-5lb range. Plenty of room this upcoming week and the weather looks amazing.