With flags near-about tied to their poles today, an old friend happened to be fl…

2021-07-20 19:23:27
Monty Hawkins


With flags near-about tied to their poles today, an old friend happened to be flying by as we were headed off the beach this morning. His pic shows a tiny boat in a flat-flat-flat calm sea..
Young misters Jack K of Harrisburg & Kaleb E from the great state of Michigan (and here I have to add what a great state Michigan is or risk the wrath of my many Cousins) ..both young men gave today’s reef blocks a hearty shove while atop Capt. Bob Gowar’s Memorial Reef before heading further out.
Our first stop would set the pace for most of the day – I’d hunt and stop, clients would drop; a short while later we’d have caught the hungry & dumb ones – Lines Up! I’d have to hunt and stop again.
Artillery Creed sums it up well: Shoot & Move.
Worked.
Young Jack and Don Z tied for high-hook today. Both anglers were just one shy of a limit.
Shane H of Frankford DE took the “sea bass only” pool. Dern if we didn’t nick a few fluke today too. Flounder count for dinner, just not for the money.
Tomorrow’s another day. Have had a fine go at this summer. Will try to keep the streak alive.
Cheers
Monty

Capt Monty Hawkins
Mhawkins@morningstarfishing.com
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