Just InShore Out Today!!!!!!!!!!!
We had 4 OffShore Boats Scheduled to go off today but they rescheduled for Tomorrow. It was a Little Bumpy and Sporty so all of the Customers were able to Go the next day so there was no Sense in Beating them up. They Rescheduled and are Sailing Today.
Inshore was on Fire as Usual Latley . Man o Man when you are on it, you are on it and the entire Inshore Fleet has been all over the Fish all Season So Far. We had Cobia and Drum of all Sizes. There was also Plenty of Trout to Go around both Greys and Specks. Spanish on the Near Shore and Blues in the Short Cut.
Beach Fishing was kinda Slow but it's the Dog Days and thats the Way it is every year. Plenty of Pan Fish to Catch, lots of Sea Mullets yesterday water was to dirty for Pompano but this morning the Water Looked Right. Get on it Quick cause the Wind is gonna get on it by this afternoon. Blues, Flounders, and a few Slot Drum around 25-27 Inches.
Frank Engel of Fishers IN had a 41 Pound Cobia while fishing aboard the Speck Tackler.
Alex Eller of Rockhill Sc had a 48 Inch Drum While Fishing aboard the Bak-Bar.
Rebecca Sutphin of Troy Va had a 43 Inch Drum While Fishing aboard the Bak Bar.
Tony Tyler of Schuyler Va had a 46 Inch Drum While Fishing aboard the Bak Bar.
Sasha Barghachie of Schuyler Va had a 45 inch Drum while fishing aboard the Bak Bar.
Hunter Tyler of Schuyler Va had a 41 Inch Drum While Fishing aboard the Bak Bar.
Until Next Time JAM out!!!!!!!!!!!