The weather has cooperated for a change and we have got in too many trips to mention them all. Thanks to all that have joined us the last two weeks, we hope to see you all again. Here is the summary of the last two weeks.
We have spent most of our time drum fishing the last two weeks. Results have been mixed with as many as nine fish on a high trip to one skunk in between. Fish have ranged in size from 25 to 65 pounds.
Seabass fishing opened on May 22nd and we did get in three seabass trips in between drum fishing. We have seen a more consistent keeper ratio on the seabass this year as compared to last year when the first few days were great then things fell apart. This year we seem to be able to harvest an average of 12 seabass per angler. We have also seen some nice codfish up to 7 lbs in the mix. Jim Rice harvested our largest seabass of the year so far weighing 5.2lbs.
We have a lot of options this month with the waters warming quickly. Seabass of course will remain an option as well as flounder which have begun biting. Inshore shark fishing is also an option for anyone interested in catching a big fish close to home. The offshore season has also begun with threshers, makos, and a good number of both yellowfin and bluefin tuna.
We have a rare opening next Saturday June 11th for anyone looking to get out. There are still plenty of other good dates available this season as well so give us a call. As always, don't forget to take the kids fishing.