Day started out just as forecast – finest kind.
Wish it had stayed that way.
Ehh.. 20/25 N with a steady 23.5 on my anemometer; seas got a little saucy.
Fish sure bit ..which presented another issue to contend with. You see: All the fish bit, especially our regions’ soon grossly over-protected bluefish.
Now, we’re way in blazes offshore, there isn’t a ‘plan b’ – just have to grind it out.
Guarantee one thing: Everytime clients hit bottom they got bit. Chef Paul will have a giant cooler of blues for students to smoke. (Saddleback dolphin video separate post)
Seabass Bob of Carlisle PA was first across the line with a sea bass limit. A few others followed suite. Dern near everyone was in double digits at least.
Tim Odell of BelAir MD took everyone’s pool money with a 21.75 inch cbass that weighed 5.2 lbs.
Steve Burnett of Greenbackville VA had a fine surprise when Tanner netted a 25in fluke for him.
Lynn Davis of Pittsville MD shows off a nice pair of cbass he caught.
Racheal Pashkevich & Jason Koontz of Frederick MD hold up some of their better fish.
Also pictured in the group snap are Steve Surbole from Triutrun PA – Birukov Koustantin of Fulton MD – Lee Shockley Of Salisbury MD – & Rick Avello from Seaford DE..