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The Wrappings of July

I want to thank our son Charles for covering me this weekend as the Sinbad continues untied from the post. Lets wrap up the last of July (almost lol)!!

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We had fished every direction and several species depending on trip duration, conditions, temperature, and what was where. We saw slow and easy fishing and that tells me we are coming to the end of summer!

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The general ¬†week long report was some blues, some spanish/kings (some throwbacks), one shot of mahi (see “had” as that line dissolves), backside saw ¬†good spot, croaker, mullet, trout, some flounder (keeper and throwback) etc.


When things become scarce in one district you will see us switch it up, bait it up, wait it out; it is part of what we do constantly. Nature rules as we are just working within that office . If you have a species list you best be speaking with us ahead of time to make sure it is even in the region!

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Ribbon fish are still around and when larger fare move we try to move with it! Another shot on Kings after the first lay down was a perk up! After that, another lay down lol.

I spoke with someone today about that;pelagic fish move. SO, as they migrate we catch them for a while then they move on. We were on ribbonfish today (8/2) and have a small front due to move through. I have more pics coming and remember winds change water temps greatly sometimes which determines catching ability some days.

Thank you so much to those who continue to keep us booked solid.

I have Wednesday pm open if speaking about the next forty-eight. Thursday is completely gone all slots.

Viv McPherson