Calling for overcast skies and a bit of drizzle, we tied the Morning Star loose …

2020-08-22 16:33:07

Calling for overcast skies and a bit of drizzle, we tied the Morning Star loose & soon found ourselves headed offshore in a downpour.
Sure was calm though. Really calm. Flat calm.
Dropped 4 mini tog condos—each three 16×16 chimney blocks strapped together make a wonderful boat deployed unit: a ‘tog condo.’
As we began fishing, rains eased off then quit. Anglers stayed dry the rest of the day. Stayed busy too.
With cbass thick enough to catch double-keepers on a jig; over half today’s clients limited.
Nice.
No really; Limits of sea bass in late August?
Amazing.
Dale Fanale of York PA beat John Murter to the punch today by limiting our first.
Mr. Jesse Williams of Baltimore won today’s fish pool.
John Gomeringer of Bluebell PA reeled in a nice mahi, (at least for an inshore sea bass trip!)
It could just as easily rained all day and the sea bass bite been fussy.
Instead? A crazy good bite in calm seas.
In August.
Regards,
Monty

Capt Monty Hawkins
Mhawkins@morningstarfishing.com








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