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PC Phins and Hoo 4/24

It was a mad house at the ramp if you got there at 6am it was lined up back to the traffic light. The good news is the ramps were moving lots of boats quickly.

Nice 45 mph ride out made the normal run a little quicker. A few came unglued early and lost one boat side just out of gaff range ugh! It may have been captain’s jitters with a new crew but it took a few to find our rhythm.

Trolled skirted and naked bally between 180-230. Shut down around 11:30. Saw a few weeds trying to form but nothing substantial.

Seemed like every boat in Brevard county was out!

The radio chatter indicated a little slower than Saturday, but thankfully we have some .meat in the freezer!

Catch/m up the're in town!


  • Kim ChiKim Chi Posts: 310 Deckhand
    Nice job! We were there too. Ramp line was insane, but we were surprised how quickly it moved.
  • autofinanz1autofinanz1 Posts: 13 Greenhorn
    I got there about 8am and the ramp was packed, headed out and started trolling in about 120 all the way out to 200 back and forth, according to the reports over the radio thats where i should have been, still didnt even get a knockdown. decided to call it a day at about 1pm, started heading back in and lost a piston about 20 miles from shore limped back home at about 18mph.

    So for three times out I still have yet to catch a single fish! I really suck at this....
  • bighardeybighardey Posts: 418 Deckhand
    Nice fish fellas, good job! The ramps actually moved pretty quickly for the amount of boats out there.
  • tryacctryacc Posts: 339 Deckhand
    Auto, I am no expert but found a local fishermen to join me a few times and it sure made a huge difference.

    Yea i was pleasantly surprized how quick it was moving also. Oh the way out about 3 something the wait was not at the ramp but tables.
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