It is that time of year and as I said before; we are fishing hard in between all the fronts and being patient when we are dockside! Let me give you some shorthand of the last few days.
Backside saw stripers this week (some days fast catch some days slow pick) as well as occasional specks in the mix. It just got prettier as the week went along and the birds were on it all.
I had a great crew that had some great luck earlier in the week and we got the chance to exchange stories (always a good time) and to wonder who was catching too many fish and would be thumbing home (wink). They were the perfect fishing partners as each had their own side of the Sinbad to fish. They were there to relax, catch some, and enjoy the company.
We snuck out on the last trip before the front dropped. Could not have had a better group to hit the Atlantic prior to a wedding!
Great seas (no swell), overcast, lots of small blues and the hunt for an albie. We have seen the kings on this end disappear for now (can always change but not yet) but with more than one school of blues around, it made quick work for us. Canada to the US, we had a riot on comparing notes and exchanging jokes! Thank you! Snag one, no mercy, share with your bro for a photo!
Lunchtime today (10/16) the front began to drop, my crew bagged up lunch, and we tied it up. I have some groups on standby based on what may be what. If you are here , have questions, are thinking of heading out with us just call us at home and we would be glad to talk to you -easiest to get it straight from the source.
As we catch more, we will post it but for now; think backside striper/trout and waiting also on the seas to drop, water to be clear, and the ocean to be added to that territory!
V McPherson & Cpt. Will McPherson 252 423 0039 cell.