The boat is on the railway this week getting her bottom painted and we will be sanding and painting the hull and sides. We are so looking forward to fishing, the winters can be long and boring, and we hope to see you there!
The bite you really couldn't feel very well due to the fact that 25- to 30-knot wind was whipping through your line, and the fact that the 4- to 6-foot chop with 3-second intervals was beating the boat around like a washing machine, and also with only a handful of fishermen, it was the best trip of the fall blackfish season. The weather was perfect, anchoring conditions were good, the small fish were there, but only a handful of keepers.
Fishing was slow but as the day went on we managed to catch about a dozen keepers and three keeper sea bass and of course on the very first wreck we catch a nice 20-inch fluke!If you're not sure about the weather, please go to Weather on our home page and hit Inshore Forecast.
Fishing for keepers was slow, a lot of trash fish like sharks, and the wind on Sunday would not quit, and we are so tired of being regulated by the government, because a sea bass at 12. The fishing was very slow this weekend, but we have high hopes on the blackfishing.
10 26 16 The Carolyn Ann lll lost fishing on Saturday and Sunday due to weather, but we did sail Monday, Tuesday, and Wednesday. Now on Wednesday afternoon, the wind finally died out, and we had a charter with the MATES school, and had some real good fishing.
9 21 16 Here it is, the last four days of the fluke season. After the Sept 25 closer of fluke, the CAIII will not be sailing until OCTOBER 22, WHICH IS A SUNDAY, and yes we will be sailing that whole week for sea bass!
The first day we found a few nice fish so we went back the following day and the fluke started biting!Let's get out a few more times before the season closes and try to get back what mother nature took from us last week.