They did end up with slightly better fishing than the day before, though not good enough. Posted on February 1, 2020 A bad weather surprise As noted in yesterday s blog, calm seas looked like a sure thing this morning based on the forecast.
Wednesday Click here to learn more about fishing report Fishing Report January 30, 2020 A bit more windy than yesterday,never really let up either but still only a small chop out there . . See ya for coffee
After this week we will be switching to just weekends and we will be going to dry dock around Feb. 19th!We have a fresh batch of White and Green crabs coming in so hopefully we can get a few chewing the next 2 days!WE ARE GOING TOMORROW!7 30AM-2 30PM!GREEN CRABS ON BOARD AND WHITE CRABS FOR PURCHASE!WE WILL BE STARTING OUR WEEKEND SCHEDULE ON FEB. 1ST!SAILING EVERY SATURDAY AND SUNDAY FOR BLACKFISH THE NEXT FEW WEEKS!7 30AM-2 30PM!We will be getting the Norma-K III ready for her annual USCG inspection as well as getting her ready for the boat yard during the weekdays. Posted on January 30 2020 January 30th Update!
Adam La Rosa had reports from Oregon Inlet that bigeye, yellowfin and bluefin tuna have all arrived in their offshore waters where La Rosa will be booking charters this winter on a 55-foot custom Carolina. Posted on January 28, 2020 Ocean calms blackfishing resumes tomorrow West winds did their job and knocked down a big swell.