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Water Temperatures are on the rise and the fishing is showing signs of changes. Sea Bass have arrived in the ocean and it shouldn't be long before the blue fishing and thresher shark fishing begin. Tog fishing remains strong although becoming a little more finicky as temperatures rise. Drum fishing will be a good option for another two weeks at least. Flounder fishing is not far off for us in the bay and the first of the croakers have arrived.
Fred Brubaker and friends had a nice calm evening of drum fishing harvesting four nice drum along with a few sand sharks. The George family joined us for a morning half day of tog fishing and took home a limit of these tasty fish. Don Cobb and friends celebrated a morning bachelor party on board harvesting a limit catch of tog. The largest of the morning was caught by Steve Swisher weighing an even 8 lbs. That afternoon we had Ron Hill and friends on board to celebrate Ron's 40th birthday. We harvested a limit catch of tog and went to look for a drum fish. Unfortunately we missed the drum bite but did catch two large cow nose stingrays to keep everyone on their toes. Eric Johnson and family joined us for a day of seabass fishing and harvested a nice catch of seabass along with a half dozen nice tog to top the day off.
Capt.'s Carey and Barbara Evans.
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