With a giant coastal storm lurking to our south, we snuck a great sea bass trip …

2019-11-15 15:43:24

With a giant coastal storm lurking to our south, we snuck a great sea bass trip in Friday, 11/15. Dropped 24 blocks and a reef ball and kept going.
Sea conditions never did deteriorate badly. With northerly winds at a steady 18 to 21 knots into early afternoon; wind direction shifted from 350 degrees (NxW) to about 35 degrees (NNE) slowly – never allowing a dangerous wave set to build.
While sea bass were stacked up, they weren’t as thick as yesterday. Boy were they biting better though.
Gordy Kautz (blue jacket) from Lancaster PA won today’s pool money with a 21 inch sea bass. He & Don Stanton (red jacket) from Littlesilver NJ were first to box out with their 15 fish limits just an hour & twenty-five minutes in. Over half my clients would follow suite.
Grandpa Bill Keefer of Mechanicsburg PA limited. (Look for grumpy mug – mad Danny’s not here to pick on!) Bill’s holding a nice bass.
John Russell (camo bibs) of Elkton MD holds up a 19 inch cbass.
Tanner & Jonah shove a couple reef units by the rail.
In today’s group snap are also Tim Smith of Gap PA – Gerald Eldreth & John Rogers from Elkton MD – Chris White of Coatsville PA – & Derrick Dengler from Forresthill MD..








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