Well last night we saw no drift and tonight we started with way tooooooo much of it. Saw a few shorts and than on our 3rd drift bang keeper. 9 year old Mike Fernandez from East Brunswick boated the first short, 2nd keeper and than another keeper to become high hook and pool winner. Boy he schooled all the old timers tonight. His sister Mia wasn't to shabby either landing her share of shorts and robins. Overall it was a step in the right direction as far as the fishing is concerned .
Sailing Friday 7AM & 5 PM, SAT PM 4, SUN 7AM & 4PM.
We had another foggy morning. We tried fishing local and didn't have much luck so we took a ride further to the east. Fishing still isn't what it should be. Today was better than yesterday, more shorts and keepers were caught. Shorts still have the heavier side of the keeper to short ratio, but that isn't necessarily a bad sign. The suns shining, we caught some fish, all is good in the world
Tonights bass and blues Magic Hour trip hooked into some nice sized blue fish. The bite was pretty consistent all night until slack water, which was at the end of the trip. Blue fish often get a bad rap and can be seen as undesirable, but they are sure fun to catch. Bring down a beginner and get them hooked on fishing. Below are some picture from tonight. Vinny won the this evenings pool.
We slammed the blues last night. There were flurries of bent rods and missing hooks.