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Inshore bottom fishing has finally shown signs of improvement after a lul due part in fact to rain run off. The first bluefin tuna of the year have now been caught chunking on the inshore hotspots and yellowfin are now being caught on the inshore spots as well.
We were joined by members of the Pierce family who were celebrating a family reunion at the State Park. Facing tough conditions due to the large rain run off into the bay we had to be happy to capture what ever bit and that's just what they did enjoying their day on the water. Next we were joined by members of the Davis family and we ventured out into the ocean to find better water quality. The folks were rewarded with a handful of keeper flounder along with several throwbacks and a few tog as well throwing back many due to their size limit as well.
Next we had folks from Food Lion groceries stores on board for a day on the water. We again opted to fish in the ocean and managed a catch of keeper tog along with several throw backs.
With the Bay water clearing up the Warner family joined us for a day on the bay where we found a nice mixed bag of fish. The folks had three nice flounder along with several throw backs, two keeper trout, and three dozen croakers to round off the day. Tyrone Stepney and friends joined us for a trip on the bay as well and found the croakers to be very cooperative taking home with them a nice cooler full.
Jim Sahd, family and friends joined us next for a day of flounder fishing in the bay. We had a real nice start on the flounder harvesting eight of the first twenty four when a light southerly breeze came up against the tide holding us still putting the breaks on our flounder fishing. We opted to capture a few croakers to finish the day.
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