Another good week at the fleet. We had good days and slower day but over all a very solid week. Was a windy one but we made the best of it. Biggest fish going 10 pounds with a few others in the 7-9lb range. Plenty of sea bass for the table. Sailing 7am 8am and 1pm
Tomorrow morning the half day is sold out.
The afternoon is also sold out
We have room on the morning full day trip. Plenty of room on Sunday but spots are going fast
ALL TRIPS CANCELLED TOMORROW DUE TO GALE WARNINGS. PLANNING ON BEING BACK ON THE GROUNDS FOR FRIDAY
Reports have been down for a few days but back up and running. Fishing has been great the past few days with big fluke for the dinner table and sea bass limits all around. Biggest fish was taken Sunday afternoon on the half day tipping the scales at 10.8lbs. No need to ride 200 miles to the shoals were catching double digits 30 mins from the dock. Another few fish in the 7-9lb range coming over the rails as well. Lots of action to keep rods bent between the keepers. Sailing 34 trips a day at 7am 8am and 1pm.
Few photos from the last few days. Many fluke limits on both half day and full day. Biggest fish was 10 pounds taken on a spoon rig. Gulp and eye balls still king and jigs for the sea bass. Sailing 7am 8am and 1pm !
Few photos from the weekend and Wednesday. Fishing picked up from what we saw last week. Anglers getting both fluke and sea bass limits for the table. Biggest fish was around 10 pounds with some 7-8 also making it in to coolers. Not looking great for Friday but back at it this weekend. Reservations required soi you dont get left at the dock. Sailing 7am full day 8am half day and 1pm half days.
Had a few windy days to start the beginning of the week after a very nice weekend.,. Saturday on the full day saw great fluke and sea bass actions with limits around the boat. Biggest fluke was a solid 10 pound fish and a few others close to at 8 pounds. Sunday was slow on both keepers and flukes. Gulp again was king. Captain Cole had mixed results on the half day grounds. We were able to keep rods bent but seems everything was just a little short. We had a windy day on Tuesday but we made the best of it. Some nicer quality fish to 8 pounds and a few in the 5lb range. We tried a new zone to get out of the wind and were happy with the results. Who knows what will be there with good weather. Sailing daily at 7am 8am and 1pm
Captain Cole reported a very solid morning on the half day grounds. We have found a nice pile of fluke and sea bass to keep rods bent. Biggest fluke on the morning trip was 29″ just shy of 10 pounds. Many other fish in the 5-7lb range. Just a few fish shy of a sea bass boat limit to make for great dinners. Captain Rich did see improved fishing on the full day grounds. We went right back to where we had the fish in the afternoon yesterday and worked on them. We had a good showing of keepers and shorts all trip.
Sailing all 3 trips tomorrow at 7am 8am and 1pm.
Saturday there will only be a 7am and 8am trip and spots are going quick.
We had a rather wet 4th of July to deal with but we had a great turn out of anglers. The morning half day was on the slower side with some anglers getting dialed in but it was off from what we like to see. Once the rain ended the fishing picked up and was much better in the afternoon.
Wednesday morning was great fishing. We had a pop of fluke for around and hour and nets were going all around the boat. The bite died out but the sea bass fishing picked up. Good number of shorts to keep rods bent. Sailing all trips tomorrow at 7am 8am and 1pm.