“Under the Hunter’s moon” is how our two day starts out. With a departure time of eight PM and a “penumbral eclipse” above, it was the perfect ride out to the Grounds.

One of our fisherman, Bill Parsons gave a summary of “awesome weather until three AM Sunday. then it got a bit rough”


Not to worry because the bite was on with the Mangos and Red Snapper. “it was heartbreaking” says Charlie Pryde having to release all those monster American Reds. But he was impressed at the way the crew professionally vented each one and released them unharmed. “next open season” we will be able to keep them! %%wppa%% %%photo=1675%%


Plenty of Mangos and Vermillion snapper kept our fisherman busy along with some beautiful Red and Gag grouper. Not to forget the monster Amberjack that were hauled in.

In between stops, some trolling brought plenty of action with a beautiful Mahi and a sizable Wahoo.  This was another successful and productive trip for the Gulfstar.

With our first official “cold front” forecasted for this weekend, it should be interesting to see what our next 2- day will produce.

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Capt. Joy