Captain Dave, mate Larry, and 19 eager passengers set out into the horizon with absolutely gorgeous, less than 1 foot seas, and wind just light enough to keep them cool. A passenger tells us it looked like a lake out there. Even with close to perfect weather, fishing was slow. A high barometric pressure slowed the bite down, so locating hungry fish proved to be tough. The boys still managed to put some fish on deck, as the lead their passenger to 15 keeper Black Sea Bass, 10 Grass Porgies, 9 Key West Snapper, a handful of Sand Perch. With the fish fileted and coolers filled, the passengers reported that even with a slow bite, they had a blast and the experience was a great one.

Til next time,

Tight lines.