Monday, November 11, 2013

Recon Weekend Report

"Recon Weekend Report"

    The Rock Hound and 3 other fellow Captains were involved
in this weekends recon trips. We all had an area to fish, both day and night trips.

    This report starts on Friday night, the area the CBBT. With 
 the incoming tide, the bite started slow. Than as the tide started ripping the rock fish turned on, 3 anglers C&R over 30 fish from 18" up to 32" in 1 hour.  

   Saturday morning, 1 Captain fished the CBBT, and 1 the JRB area. The CBBT report was very slow, from casting eels, jigs and
swim baits only produced only 3 rocks all morning. Started trolling with stretch's  from the 4th island down to the 2nd on
the ocean side. Marked lots of bait and schools of fish, but never
got a bite.

  The JRB area did fairly well Saturday morning, boating rocks,
puppy drum and specks. 

  Today back at the 3rd island, the bite I've been waiting for to turn on. Rock Fish in the 36" class showed up and biting. After
about 45 min. 16 rocks from 26" to 36".

  The fish are here, seems the bite as been on the incoming tide
both day and night. The temps are around 58 at the CBBT, and
coming down. Next weekend with the temps dropping, the fishing will be better than this past weekend. 

  Tight Lines,
Capt. Pete

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