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Grizzly Fishing Report 9-29-2015

We had an excellent summer. Thanks ! Flounder fishing remained great on nearly every 8 hour trip. Half days produced some good flounder action on many occasions as well. On those half days when the flounder did not bite, the croakers, sea bass, and bluefish helped fill in any voids. We had some good inshore shark fishing as well, for those wanting to catch and release a big toothy critter. We managed to get in a nice day trip offshore harvesting a nice catch of dolphin and tile fish. We only got one of our scheduled overnight tuna trips in but it was a good one. They had a boat limit of yellowfin tuna along with some dolphin.

The calendar now says Fall so we will be switching gears to tog fishing. That will carry us through the end of the year. Striper fishing will begin in November and also go through the end of the year.

Remember to visit our Facebook page for more reports and pictures. Here are some of the names of folks who were lucky enough to harvest a flounder over 7 lbs with us this summer:
Jim Davidson 9.28lbs
Jason Beakes 7.5lbs
Ronnie Geesham 7.25lbs
Douglas Blizzard 7.25lbs
John Hazzard 7.25lbs
Don Watson 7.5lbs
Dennis Fish 7.75lbs
Capt. Carey 7.75lbs
John Mattson 7lbs
Jim McGuirk 7lbs
Bill Moore 7.25lbs

Sorry if we missed any. There were at least two others that we could not find names for.

Give us a call to get out this fall. Remember to take the kids fishing!


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