Yankee Capts june 6-8
As soon as I get him up the crew of young guys in the back begin to do the same and they pull out a respectable 15lb wahoo.sorry guys I didn't really take any pics,so if anyone that is reading this report was on this trip pls send in your pics,anyways shortly after we move to 200ft and see what the conditions are like and it is worse now I was using 20oz to hold good.It was pretty slow picking through out the day till about 3 pm where we hit a spot that we did good on the pinkies and a nice 28lb black came up.I got 3 muttons on that spot,but I was using the longest leader I have ever used about 30 ft.Ohh I almost forgot,all the yellowtails,grunts and porgies that u can wish for,the chicken riggers were getting their limits pretty quick,but I wasn't there for that,honestly the trip went down hill from there,capt Greg put allot of effort in moving the boat to find new area and hope for less current to maybe fish for the (EARS) but ocean was protecting them better than the FWC.We made to kind runs about an hour each and current was smoking,Saturday night was slow but yellowtails were thick,I dropped whole live yellowtails all night and got hit every time ,unfortunately they were sharks,maybe 2 were groupers but got popped off.Ohhh yea on a side note earlier on the trip say 6pm Saturday there was a Goliath grouper swallowing all the muttons coming up,I'm talking about 10-12lb muttons,he would swallowing them and eventually if u were patient after about 15 min he would give it back all scale less,I know because an angler battled him and brought it up,he was about 100lbs.So to conclude this journey we hit our sunrise city spot and last spot and not much was happening so I decided to finish my snapper limit and get some tails here,which I did get some nice ones,trip ended and the (EARS) were protected again not one,man that sucked considering we had greasy calm seas.Here are a couple of pics sent from Sherry,she was fishing next to me.
Ohh and last but not least I made the cut for the brochure.:dance
Give the Yankee Capts a call guys they are great at what they do,thank to the entire crew.