Dreary rainy a.m. – sunrise more of a “lighter grey” than an event you might wit…

2021-04-11 20:06:19
Monty Hawkins


Dreary rainy a.m. – sunrise more of a “lighter grey” than an event you might witness; still, weather man said the rain would soon be gone, that we’d see a different day.
Yup.
Rain moved off.
Got foggy.
Tight fog.
Radar fog.
Even forced to drift a bit in a foggy calm. Though drifting’s a huge no-no for tog there was nowhere to anchor to. Had to make do a while. Even caught on the drift.
All told? Not a bad day. Tog bit OK so long as we had current. Bit better again when the sun came out.
Time came to haul anchors and head for the barn – sun out, a fresh breeze on our stern.. I’ll take it.
Could have limited quite a few clients with DelMarVa’s 4 fish limit. Instead, only two folks kept even the 2 fish boat limit we have in place. Lots of “third fin rip” marks as fish went back – hope my ALS tags come in tomorrow.
Andrzej Wysocki of Lindenhurst NY took everyone’s pool money with a 25in release.
Chase Domenech was today’s guest reef builder.
Even put the balloon gaff to work. We’ll pick up more and more balloons as weather warms.
Cheers
Monty

Capt Monty Hawkins
Mhawkins@morningstarfishing.com
Info@ocreefs.org








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