Once again, our guys have been stuck at the docks lately as the weather has continued to be too nasty to get out there. We are continuing to keep our fingers crossed for this weather to clear up for long enough for the water to calm down and the guys to get back out there. Stay posted!
This afternoon brought some stormy weather, but fortunately the High Hopes was able to get their morning inshore charter out and out ran the storm! They had a great morning, catching False Albacore & released a Black Tip Shark! The inshore fishing has still been strong with reports of Spanish Mackerel and Bluefish being caught as well! There is still time to get your charter booked give our office a call today!
Yesterday the Capt. Cheryl was finally able to get out on the water, after some windy weather, for an offshore trip! Captain Joe kept his charter busy bringing back a nice haul of Tilefish as well as a Tuna! The Spot and Trout are still biting well in the inlet, and it is not too late to get a trip booked so give us a call today if you’re looking to get on the water this fall! Unfortunately it looks like the winds are picking up again her over the next couple days, but we will keep you updated as boats head out fishing!
Unfortunately, this weather has been relentless and our guys have still been unable to get out there. We are keeping our fingers crossed that we will get back to fishing soon and in the meantime, still have some of our guys fishing in the inlet for fun!
Another windy day at the docks for our guys. We are hoping to finally get out there within the next few days so keep your fingers crossed! The Spot and Trout are still biting well in the inlet.
Unfortunately, we had no boats fishing yesterday. We are hoping we will have some guys out this week willing the weather works in our favor. In the meantime, a lot of our captains and mates have been spending some time fishing in Rudee Inlet where the Spot and Trout bite has been hot! It is not too late to get a trip booked so give us a call today if you’re looking to get on the water this fall!
Looks like things have calmed down after the storm! Yesterday two of our boats, the Capt. Cheryl and Wave Runner, fished offshore and both had great days! The Capt. Cheryl came back with quite a meat haul of Dolphin, Tilefish, and Seabass. The Wave Runner fished a “fun” trip offshore and returned back with Seabass, Tilefish, and a 42# Snowy Grouper!
We finally had some boats back out fishing yesterday! Inshore they caught some nice Spanish Mackerel and False Albacore. Unfortunately offshore the water was still a bit churned-up from the storm, there are some boats back out fishing offshore today hopefully the seas have calmed down a bit! There were headboats fishing yesterday that came back with a nice haul of Seabass, a couple Flounder, and some Triggerfish!
We don’t have any boats from our charter fleet fishing today, and with Hurricane Michael making landfall it looks like our boats will be spending a few days at the docks waiting for calmer seas! We will keep you updated as soon as any boats begin fishing out of Rudee Inlet again with fishing reports! Stay dry it looks like it’ll be a rainy few days!
Unfortunately, we did not have any boats fishing today from our charter fleet. However, we did have some private boats out who brought back some good numbers of Marlin from offshore! Yesterday the Poor Girl, one of our private boats, came back in with a Grand Slam;1 Blue Marlin, 12 White Marlin, and 1 Sailfish!! The fishing is still great inshore and offshore so don’t hesitate on calling us to get in a trip before things slow down!