What a fine day on the ocean. Sweatshirt temps, not 10 knots of wind, light curr…

2019-12-23 08:49:01

What a fine day on the ocean. Sweatshirt temps, not 10 knots of wind, light current, sea height measured in inches, saddlebacks cruising and jumbo sea bass chewing – Tomorrow is supposed to be more of the same, I’ll take it! (Have tons of spots open tomorrow 12/23/19 for a 6am to 5 pm sea bass trip – just opened it last night..) (See separate post for saddleback dolphin video)
First across the 15 cbass limit line today was Richard Schmidt of Townsend DE. Over half today’s clients would follow suite.
After all contenders were knocked aside, Rob Cox (Grundens bibs & fishing with the Delaware Sea Bass Destroyers) edged everyone out for the pool money with his 21.25 inch, 4lb 14oz dandy.
Stanley Doug from Lewes DE shows off a nice scup/cbass double.
Bernie O’Brian from Oxford NJ (orange/blk jacket) holds up a dern fine pool contender as does Denise Johnson of Berlin MD (blue coat w/white stripe.)
Mark Ozolins (khaki cap) shows off a fine double while Mike Piotrowski (blk coat) holds up yet another pool contender..
Also pictured in the group snap are Kevin Patterson of Baltimore MD – John Gomers from Norristown PA – George Steiger of Belcamp MD – Phill Moffitt from Bellfont DE – John Briton of Lewes DE – Derrick Dengler from Forrest Hill MD – & John Johnson of Berlin MD..








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