Captain Greg reported a OK night on the bass boat. The fish bit early with the tide. We had a few fish after the slack but it was just only okay. Biggest fish of the night was 25 pounds. Our next trip is scheduled for Friday at 7pm.
Captain Greg reported a decent day on the full day fluke boat. The weather was just outstanding but this did make for a slow drift. Those who worked the jigs did quite well. High hooks left with limits of fluke and sea bass. Biggest fish of the day was just shy of 8 pounds. Those who put on small hooks and small baits caught all the scup they wanted and a pile on nice sea bass to 5 pounds. Bucktails and gulps caught the most fluke but the long rigs caught the most sea bass and scup. We will be sailing tomorrow morning at 7am.
Captain Mike reported decent morning on the half day trips. The slower drift really helped with the catch of sea bass. High hook is leaving with a limit of sea bass. Only a handful of fluke made it over the rails today. There is plenty of shorts around to keep the rods bent inbetween keepers. We will have both trips tomorrow at 8am and noon
Captain Matt reported a very good day overall. The morning started out very sloppy but got nicer as the day went along. We had a very good turn out with people who really wanted get in on this amazing fishing. The morning started out slower on the fluke but the sea bass were hungry. The fluke bite was on the slower side until noon when it broke wide open. The last few drifts were savage with 50 fish per drift coming over the rail. We ended the day with around 200 fluke, 200 sea bass and a pile of hubcap scup. Pool fish was around 8 pounds. Plenty of fish in the 5-7 pound range. We will be sailing tomorrow morning at 7am.
Captain Mike reported slower morning on the half day boat. Only a small handful of fish came over the rail with the slow drift and the ground swell. The afternoon did see a faster drift and much improved fishing. We will be sailing tomorrow morning at 8am and 1pm.
Captain Matt reported another good day on the full day fluke boat. The boys started cutting at 3pm and are still cutting. Many fluke limits around the boat. A few fish around 8 pounds battled it out for the pool. A full boat limit of sea bass was kept and many dozen thrown back to swim another day. Captain Matt will be at the helm tomorrow morning at 7am.
Captain Mike reported decent morning on the half day trips. We finally had a break in the rain and some decent fishing with it. Many people leaving with nice bags full of sea bass. The afternoon did see some better actions with the fluke with the faster drift. We will have both half day trips tomorrow at 8am and 1pm
Captain Matt reported yet another amazing Monday Marathon trip. Matt called in at 930 to report he had 125 fluke and 100 sea bass already. That is nearly a fish every minute including the 1.5 hour ride out!!! He ended the day with a full boat limit of fluke and sea bass and head back to dock early. This season of fluke has been down right amazing!!! We only have 2 marathons left and they are already filling up fast. We will be sailing our normal full day fluke trip tomorrow at 7am.
Captain Greg reported a very good day on the full day fluke boat. I feel like we are starting to sound like a broken record but fishing has been that good. Many fluke limits all around the boat with a full boat limit of sea bass. Biggest fish of the day was around 8 pounds with many others in the 5-7 range. Spros, gulps, whole squid, squid and spearing or even diamond jigs it really didnt matter what you put down. Captain Matt will be at the helm tomorrow morning for the 5am marathon trip.
Captain Mike reported improved fishing on the half days. The weather man scared alot of people away but we didnt have a a drop on the boats. Many quality sea bass making it to the dinner plates tonight. The afternoon did see some more fluke with the biggest going to Connor with a fat 31″ fluke!!! way to go!!! We will have both half day trips tomorrow at 8am and 1pm and we have plenty of room.
Captain Chris reported a very good but wet day on the full day fluke boat. We had periods of very heavy rain but the fish did not care. Nearly 150 keeper fluke in the boat and a full limit of sea bass. We had good drift condition and caught all day long. Biggest fish of the day was shy of 9 pounds. We will be sailing tomorrow morning at 7am on the Gail Frances.
Captain Matt reported a good morning on the half day trip. He took a longer ride to try and find some new ground to work on. We found quite a few more fluke on the grounds today. Some anglers went home with 2-3 fluke each. Still had a good showing of sea bass as well. We will only have 1 half day trip tomorrow from 8am to noon.
Captain Chris reported a very good day on the full day fluke boat. Very nice weather and plenty of drift made for some good fishing. Angler had no problem limiting out on fluke. Biggest fluke of the day was 30″ and between 10 and 11 pounds. Many quality fish in to 5-7 pound range. All the sea bass that you could ever want to catch as well. We will be sailing tomorrow morning at 7am for fluke and sea bass.
Captain Greg reported an okay night on the bass boat. We had a few fish as soon as we started but the lost the tide. We did some searching around but didnt find a bite. We did find a few more fish later in the night but it was a slow night. Friday and Saturday night will have a much better tide.
Captain George reported slower fishing on the half day trips. Yet another day plagued with next to zero drift. The morning only saw a handful of fish come in to the coolers. The afternoon did see better action was still way off of last weeks great catches.
Captain Chris reported a decent day on the full day fluke boat. It seems we are back to our average fishing these past few days. High hooks still managed a limit of keeper fluke. There is plenty of sea bass moving in to the grounds with some anglers reporting reeling in 30 fish. We are scheduled to sail tomorrow morning at 7am for fluke and sea bass.
Captain Matt reported a good day on the full day fluke boat. The morning started out painfully slow with 0.0 drift. The first drift of the day lasted 20 mins covered a grand total of 10 feet. With the slow drift we found some piles of sea bass to work on easily getting a full limit to fish upwards of 5 pounds. Once the drift picked up it was great fluke fishing. Many anglers easily limited out in a few drifts. Quality fish in the 5-7 pound range as well. We will be sailing tomorrow morning at 7am
Captain George reported a slower morning on the half day boat. With next to zero drift for the entire morning even the sea bass didnt not want to bite. Once we started to get a little tide things did improve. Some nice sea bass to 4 pounds and a few fluke made it in to the coolers. The afternoon saw much better fishing with a good drift. We will have both half day trips tomorrow at 8am and 1pm.
Captain Matt reported a good morning the half day trip. We had a great turn out of anglers who wanted to capitalize on the hot summer weather The drift was fast but the sea bass chased the baits. MAny anglers left with sea bass limits to 4 pounds. A few fluke made it in to coolers as well. We will have both half day trips tomorrow at 8am and 1pm.
Captain Greg reported a slower day on the full day fluke boat. Its hard to follow up a savage bite of yesterday. We still averaged about 3 fluke per man and a sea bass limit. High hooks did have limits of fluke to 8 pounds. We will be sailing tomorrow morning at 7am.