The Gulfstar’s  passenger list included many Northerners…were talking ”Nova Scotia” north!

Bob and Bob made it out for round two of half day fishing and “Tim” one of our recent long trip jackpot winners was also aboard.

 

Thirty five feet of water was the average depth of the areas Capt. Mitch worked in today.

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As the boat scooted up the North end, the clouds looked like they were going to consume the sky today, but only a short hour later the sun made its brilliant self known. That along with the smooth seas made for perfect weather conditions.

 

Oh yea..fishing was pretty darn good as well! The monster Grunt bite was on as well as the Gag and Red Grouper. Some beautiful Gags were caught and released. The Red Grouper count total was unknown (as far as throw backs) but there was at least one nice size keeper.

 

Everybody dockside wore smiles and had nothing but great stuff to say about their experience on the Gulfstar. Looking forward to tomorrows half day :)

Capt. Joy