Just ask some of my crews who fish a storm bite. Can it be chaos? Yep! In a great way! Can a pretty day do that? Sure. Just know we all have rain gear because it is a semi-tropical place and we see it.
Alot of great work goes into that as well as communication with our anglers as we try to be on the same page with what is running and what is on the way. There is a general idea and fish move when they get hot, cold, hungry, and hangry! Kings exited as did moons for now on half. Blues and Albies arrived in force and towards weeks end we were seeing releases on small Spanish and Albies on anchovies buffet. The more chovies, the less albies willing to charge. Effort was key and alot of patience some days! Blues became the mainstay in a big way.
I know I know…when the fish shut their lips or the weather is rank it is frustrating. No one likes to miss a trip or a bite. I can fish three trips a day and I move people as best as I can when allowed to stay on it.
I have more photos coming! Know we are currently on a traditional NE wind ( hence the turn) which means the ocean bumped up and we shifted gears again late today tackle /territory wise. Look for great temps at the beach this weekend, low humidity, sunshine, and the laydown.I am on the books already next week so if you want to hook up give us a call as you settle in and lets put the lines in post blow!
Thank you always to my regulars who consistently show to go (they are Vikings in a past life) and my newer customers who found out as you read it is as you see it aboard! To those who lit up our cell we are sorry to have missed you but are glad you got out! Thank you for thinking of us.