Working Hard

Wednesday Henry brought Charlie and David out for another adventure on the Sound. David struck first with a small schoolie. We tried a lot of spots and some more than once. We had a bit of a pick until the tide changed. With that there was not much improvement. Around 11:00 the bite started to improve. We started finding fish up to 12#s . The bite held up just long enough for Henry to be named Champion of the boat. A lot of work but lots of fun.

Still foggy

Friday morning Gail an I took our first striper trip of the season. We left early with 50 yards of visibility and made our way out. The first stop was empty of fish so we decided to move on. The next stop was holding a good amount of bass. We each had a handful and decided to move on for some fluke. We tried different places and could only manage to get fish less than keeper size. We will give it another go next week.

I love foggy mornings

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A great day on the water

Wednesday morning brought old friend and long time angler Dr. Jim back for his second trip of the season. We headed out early and it took Jim about ten minutes to hook the first of a bunch of stripers. We had a steady pick of fish all morning. I had mentioned to Jim that I […]

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A great day on the water

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We are back and fishing. Reports to follow.

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We are back This has been a frustrating off season. The boat went into the shop to have the fuel tank removed and a new one fabricated. That part went well but while doing the install they found damage to the transom. It was severe enough that a good part had to be replaced. We […]

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Winter Update

A lot of my anglers ask me when I started fishing. The first fish photo was when I was about 20 months old with a nice blackfish. I can’t say for sure that I caught it but I wouldn’t be surprised if I did. The next was when I was about 30 months old with […]

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That’s a wrap

We pulled the boat this morning and put 2020 to bed. The good news was there were a lot of stripers around and they gained a couple pounds and added a couple inches. The blues were pretty much non existent and the bonito as well. The albies showed up and then got blown out by […]

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The run has begun

What do you do on a cloudy day in the fall with no wind, rain or fog? We left the dock before the sun came up and were greeted by hundreds of birds getting their breakfast. We fished for five hours and it was pretty much non stop all morning. Huge schools of bass and […]

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