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We've had some bright spots in the last two weeks with the flounder,croakers, seabass, and a few tog. We are still looking for the big croakers to arrive in the bay this week. We have been allocated three bluefin tuna per trip this summer and some real big fish are now being caught daily. Yellowfin tuna are now mixed with the bluefin on the inshore tuna grounds as well. We will begin our one day tuna trips next week and our overnight canyon trips the end of August thru early October. Yellowfin regulations are still three per angler per trip and we are now permitted one Swordfish per angler per trip as well.
Sam Scott and family were aboard for a day of wreck fishing to begin their family reunion. The group enjoyed calm seas and brought home a nice catch of seabass, a handful of nice tog and a nice flounder to top things off. Next we had Dick Yohe and friends aboard for a day of Bay fishing. We started out catching their fill of small to medium croakers and went after some flounder to finish things off. When all the dust settled we took home nine flounder to 5.5lbs and released twenty two more. Marvin Albright and friends joined us for an afternoon trip and mother nature showed us how things need to be just right to have a good day on the flounder. We settled for one keeper flounder out of a handful of fish and twenty croakers. Ed Cullen and family joined us for a retirement gift for dad. All three generations of Cullens enjoyed a mixed bag of flounder to 5 lbs and croakers.
E and A Wood Creations joined us for a day on the water harvesting three out of twenty two flounder and a nice catch of croakers. Randy Good and three generations of the family joined us for a day on the bay. We were forced to make the best of poor conditions and managed to show the grandchildren an enjoyable morning on the water. Mitch Morris and family joined us for an afternoon trip and well...the conditions improved but the fishing left a little to be desired once again, but as we are reminded it's sometimes not just the fishing that counts but the overall experience one takes home with them.
Capt. Carey Evans
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