Dogone weather’s unrelenting. Today’s seas were plenty fishable—a pleasant surpr…

2020-05-26 18:21:19

Dogone weather’s unrelenting. Today’s seas were plenty fishable—a pleasant surprise given three days of NE wind; a cold, wet fog, however, kept us reminded of the world’s present state of affairs.
No matter – we inched our region’s marine habitat upward a tiny bit with our daily block drop (seemingly half a dump truck full of debris today) and kept paddling. Saw another sooty shearwater on the way out, then a slug of em..
Lines in saw a tepid bite with each reef’s cbass growing bait-shy quickly.
Happens.
Fish were very well fed on sand eels..
Bobby Rueling of Middletown DE was first to limit-out – took everyone’s pool money too.
Todd Scorah of Millsboro DE shows off a fully lit up male sea bass.
Warren Fleming was king of the keeper doubles today.
Edward Jacubowski of Baltimore shows off a good keeper.
Also in the group snap are Adrian Phulesar & Rob Purnell of Delmar DE, Roy Suokas and Rob McCulley of Hebron MD, John Murter, and Bryan Messick of Hockessin DE…

Capt Monty Hawkins
Mhawkins@morningstarfishing.com








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