Monthly Archives: August 2015

Weekend Report – Sat and Sun 29-30 Aug 2015

Saturday we donated a free trip to 5 Navy sailors in support of Military Appreciation Day. We started out on the chum bucket and missed 2 cobia pulling the hook with one being a very nice one. Got on the...
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Cobia 28 Aug 2015

Slow day cobia fishing but managed this nice 55 inch cobia. Watch David try to entice a smaller cobia that stayed with the bigger cobia that was hooked and would not leave.  ...
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Monday, 17 Aug 2015 Deep Drop

We did a deep drop trip on Monday.  While fishing for blueline tile a large school of sharks kept finding us and would take the fish while bringing it up.  We moved several times about 1/2 mile move each time...
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Cobia Sunday 16 Aug 2015

Another good day on the water with Maurice, Bruce, Josh, and Rachel who all had never caught a cobia before. Thanks David Leslie for helping out as mate with an awesome day on the water. Cobia fishing remains good, if...
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Cobia Saturday 15 Aug 2015

Went cobia fishing Saturday with Neil, Jerry, Gary, and Chuck and David as the mate.  Saw a lot of fish, broke a few off, some would not eat, pulled the hook on a huge cobia that broke our hearts.  Did...
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Washington Canyon Overnighter

Hit the Washington Canyon Thu-Fri for an overnighter.  Crewed up with Alex, Demetri, Doug, and Mark with the Andy as mate.  Worked the inshore lumps at 25-35 fathoms without a sniff.  Heard the troll bite was slow so deep dropped...
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Walk On Trips

Anglers seem to really like walk on trips, bay, near shore, and offshore. Walk on trips are a pain for me as I have to deal with 3 to 4 to 5 individuals for each trip vs. dealing with one...
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Cobia Report Saturday 1 Aug 2015

Great day on the water with Bill, Gary, Wes, and Jeremy.  Caught 12 cobia with the biggest going 50 inches.  Cobia bite is excellent right now and if you want to book a trip, give me a call, 757-329-5137. ...
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