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We had a Mom and Dad take their sons out fishing with us a while back for the younger son’s birthday and the older son wanted a fishing trip too! This time the trip was for the older son and he wanted to catch a Shark for his Birthday. We had a Beautiful Day with lite winds and calm seas which made it easier for these young anglers to master their fishing techniques. The Boys showed Mom and Dad how to catch the Flounder today. We caught 6 Flounder up to 20 inches giving Mom and Dad plenty of Fresh Flounder Fillets for Dinner. We did have a real big one get off just before it got to the net. Near the end of the morning trip the Sharks granted the Birthdays Boys wish and came to play. We caught 3 Sharpnose Sharks to play with and then were released to catch another day. We didn’t catch any Puppy Drum or Bull Reds today, but they are still here. We also caught a Spanish Mackerel, Smooth Pufferfish, Seabass and Oyster Toads. We had a lot of fun with these guys and were looking forward to fishing with them again. Lots of Fun.
Today we had a nice day and needed a bait run, so my First Mate and I took advantage of the day. It was beautiful today with light winds but the swells were bigger today with the incoming tide. We started looking for some Flounder for dinner and my First Mate caught a surprise Cobia on the first cast. We caught a few flounder, Sharks, Bluefish, Black Seabass and Oyster toads.
We had a Father with his sons on vacation get together with us this morning to go on the hunt for some Flounder and Big Red Drum. We had some tough weather with high seas up to 5 foot lately so we had canceled our trips since the last report, finally we had a beautiful morning with south winds and the seas laid down. The water was still sandy and the Flounder bite was really tough today, we didn’t catch any keepers, but the Big Red Drum, Ray, Shark and Sea bass gave us the most action today. We ended up catching some Big Bull Red Drum today measuring 33 and 41 inches that weren’t big enough for the Big Fish Virginia Citation Award ( 46 inches for Red Drum ). The 41 incher is bigger than it looks because the big guy holding it is 6’5”. The Big Reds were released and swam off strong to fight another day. We were back to the dock around noon and beat the Afternoon Storm. Lots of fun.
We had another group of friends get together and go out fishing with us Today for some Flounder and Drum fishing. We had another beautiful day. We ended up catching 8 Flounder with 3 of them Keeper size and two of them Flounder where in the 5-6 pound range. We hit 3 Red Drum Today 31”, 28”, 27” inches, all the Reds today where “Betweener Red Drum” Between keeper size and Trophy Citation size. We messed around with some sharks today and had a double hook up on two Black Tip Sharks for some catch and release action. We also caught the normal other stuff like Croakers, bluefish, Seabass, Oyster Toads and such. Lots of Fun.