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The Grizzly is back in the water with her new shiny new red coat. All we can say about the fishing since we have gone back in the water is wow! We have run some inshore shark trips catching and releasing lots of sandtigers, sandbars and big browns. Wreck fishing has had excellent early results with good numbers of triggerfish, tog, and flounder. We already have a good number of croakers in the bay as well. Flounder fishing has finally heated up in many spots in the ocean and bay. Offshore tuna fishing has shown good early results as well with the yellowfin tuna.
Dave Johannes and Steve had an awesome afternoon of inshore shark fishing releasing ten sharks including a sandtiger that would have tipped the scales around 300lbs. Jim Kamalski and friends opted to do some inshore sharking as well and were not let down with plenty of action on sharks up to 150lbs. Jim Weidman and father headed offshore looking for a mako or thresher but had to settle for a nice tiger and dusky shark releases on the day. Mark Morris and friends joined us for a half day of sharking and released four nice sharks up to 100lbs.
With the opening of the tog fishery we had an allstar crew on board heading out wreck fishing and had an excellent mixed bag of triggerfish, tog and flounder. Alex Levantowsky had a 9lb 4oz tog, Ken Brittingham had a 6lb 12 oz flounder and Peg Shaw was high hook on the triggerfish. Dave Johannes joined us once again for some food fish and that's what he got. Dave caught a limit of tog and sixteen triggerfish. Steve Henry and family had an excellent catch of triggerfish and tog including a 12lb 4 oz tog for Rachel Henry. Dave Engard and son had a nice catch of tog and triggerfish. Today we had another all star crew aboard and harvested another near limit catch of tog and triggerfish with big fish award going to Wayne Bushrod with a 8lb 4oz tog.
Capt. Carey Evans
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