Monthly Archives: September 2020

Thursday Fishing

We caught a baby sheepshead and lost two others at the boat. Stan got a big sheep to the surface but broke it off. We caught a handful of tautog, one that had a tag in it. We caught 3 … Continue reading

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Healthy Grin

The Healthy Grin has been sold. She is not going far. She will be back in Rudee Inlet soon with the new name: Bill Buster. Please be kind to her and her new owner. I hope she brings him as … Continue reading

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Dock Fishing

Looking at the wind forecast for the coming weekend, it is looking like a lot of fishing from the dock. I walked out there tonight. Caught a nice catch of shrimp in a single throw of the net. Average size … Continue reading

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Labor Day Weekend

I was supposed to fishing offshore yesterday on the Special Kate with the Southalls. Friday, while Charles and I chummed for “massive” cobia during a NE blow, we checked the forecast for Monday. It passed the “it probably won’t kill … Continue reading

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More Pups and Specks

I had planned on fishing the oceanfront today. Yesterday, I hit the flats after work with peeler crabs that my wife had picked up for me from Grafton Fishing Supply. Instead of getting just the half-dozen that I asked her … Continue reading

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Pups

Ran out to the flats to turn shrimp into drum. Peeler was actually the best bait. Bigger class of pups this afternoon. Tagged fish from 20 to 25 inches long.

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