July 31st, 2014 This morning, we continued fishing east of our inlet on the lumps with good results. With Miss Belmar's 3 engines and a total of 2,100 horsepower, she is the first boat to the fishing grounds every day and we guarantee it.
Everyone has a chance to win something at Saturday's JCAA Fluke Tournament, If you don't catch a big enough fluke that day, there's still another opportunity to win a valuable prize in the drawings at the Awards Party. Below are some highlights about the tournament Grand Prize Drawing for a 14' Starcraft boat, 20 h. p. Yamaha enging and Sea Lion Trailer.
Pool fish this morning trip was 6 pounds, but the highlight was young Connor, fishing with Dad and Grampa, got his first ever fluke, and it was a beauty. The crew and I will be at the dock tomorrow ready for a new adventure, so climb aboard and fish with the Most Experienced Captain, Best Crew, always Family-Friendly, with the most Individual Fishing Space of any other boat.
There are Seabass around and we start most days fishing for them in 40 to 60' depths before moving out into the deeper 100'-120' deep Ling grounds. Some days are better than others as far as the Seabass fishing and Ling fishing remains consistantly good to very good.
Picked a few keepers a drift for much of the day with the best of the fishing coming when the wind and current finally got together in the same direction. Tomorrow's wind forecast sounds like we should get a better drift for the area that we have been fishing.