Today’s trip saw very nautical conditions. Strong easterly winds kept us hiding in the lee of the island for most of the day. In the afternoon the winds let up and we were able to venture to the area that has been producing lately. We ended up having a very good bite in the 9th inning and put some nice fish in the box. High hook had a limit of fine slabs and a 9 lb beauty took the pool.
Fishing today was vastly improved from the last few trips. It seems like a fresh body of fish is finally moving back onto the grounds. Today we had a steady bite all day, with some truly impressive slabs hitting the deck. Pool fish today was a beastly 11 pound beauty with a 9 lber as the runner up. High hook today had 5, and mostly everyone had at least one or two nice keepers to bring home by the end of the trip.
Another slow day of fishing today. Weather was great as were the drift conditions, but the fish seemed to be absent from their usual haunts. We tried numerous spots throughout the day and found the same results everywhere. There seems to be an obvious lull in the action going on at the moment, and this is something that occurs every season. The fish are on the move and it’s only a matter of time before they settle back in and start to chew again. The good news was many of the spots that were infested with dogfish a few days ago were dog-free for the most part. Tomorrow’s another day and we plan on sailing at 7.
Another tough day on today’s fluke trip. Unlike yesterday, the wind blew all day today and made for fast drift, which is usually a good thing but today, the fish just didn’t want to chew. High hook had 3 keepers and the pool fish was just shy of 6 lbs.
Fishing today was on the slow side. Minimal drift all day made for a tough bite. Not for lack of effort, but the bite just never came together. High hook had 4 keepers and a 7 lber took the pool.
Good fishing on the fluke grounds today. It was a day where those who were able to dial in on the bite did very well, where at the same time others had a slower pick. Bucktails and gulp were the key to victory today, and anglers who worked jigs all day had easy limits for the most part. Not the same quality we’ve been seeing the last few trips, but plenty of nice keepers found their way into the box. Pool fish was pushing 8 lbs.
Another action packed day on today’s fluke trip. Once again, we had excellent fishing, and many quality flatties reached their final destination upon the deck of the Seven B’s. Numerous limits and lots of fine specimens in the 5-9 lb range. Steady action from start to finish and nobody left empty handed today. Not to mention, the weather was phenomenal. Don’t miss out on this great early season fishing!!