Found a bit of leftover wind-chop from yesterday’s southerlies; was also missing a mate and a client when I cleared the inlet.
All was well though, both & Terry too were on loan to Capt Rob as part of the sink team for the Hoss. The tug arrived just before sunup; was soon on her mooring. The tug Kodiak, who’d towed the Hoss from Norfolk, departed.
We observed until 9 or so before Ms. Lucy from Korea helped drop tog penthouses (strangely inconsequential today) & began heading off to do some sea bassing ..which was excellent!
Seemed as though the whole port side limited at once. Not everyone bagged out. Wasn’t that kind of crowd. My dedicated anglers sure did though. Hunter Brown of Wilmington took everyone’s pool money today..
The Hoss finally gave in after some 6.5 hours.
Another project very soon – and another and another!
Going to be a busy fall. Maryland has no state marine reef program. We build with private funding. If you’d care to help brighten reef fishing’s future go to ocreefs.org and donate.
Capt Monty Hawkins
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