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Fishing has been on the tough side here lately so we took advantage of our scheduled week off this month to spruce things up topside. The hull will get it's paint job this March when things are cooler. What were we thinking scheduling time off to paint the hull in this weather. The croakers have arrived in the bay and it shouldn't be long till we should have some good catches of large croakers. Seabass fishing has fallen off in the ocean and flounder fishing is always an option everywhere but tough to find the keepers. Bluefin and Yellowfin Tuna have arrived in their normal inshore spots and have been caught both on the chunk and the troll.
We ran our last thresher shark trip with Steve Chrisholm and friends. We didn't get the bite from a thresher but did release two browns and played with a hammer head as well. Sam Scott and friends joined us next for some ocean bottom fishing. With things on the tough side we mixed it up a bit and captured a handful of tog throwing several back and harvested forty seabass as well. Next we were joined by Randy Smullen and friends as part of his birthday celebration. We harvested a fair number of croakers and one flounder. The folks from Robertson Manufacturing joined us next and mother nature forced us to stay in the bay. Things didn't turn out all that bad though as we came home with a fair catch of croakers, a triggerfish and one keeper flounder.
Mr. Young and family joined us next as part of a retirement present for dad. We had a tough day only capturing a handful of croakers and a handful of flounder that all were undersized. James Fowler and family joined us for a day of wreck fishing and went home with one of the nicest mixed bag catches we have seen for a while. Harvesting nine tog, nine triggers, six seabass and eight nice porgies. David Lehman and friends had a nice catch of croakers up to 14" along with several throwback flounder.
We still have some openings this summer including a few weekend dates for anyone looking to get out.
Capt. Carey Evans
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