The Veteran just returned to the docks with some nice Mahi, as well as a false Albacore in the mix. The Backlash had a great day doing going after Billfish, and returned to the docks flying 4 White Marlin release flags, as well as a Blue Marlin release flag. The Instigator just hit the docks flying 3 White Marlin release flags on their outriggers. We also head a private boat return with a nice Yellowfin Tuna!
The Inshore boats returned to the docks with a nice mix of Spanish Mackerel and Bluefish. The WaveRunner returned from their inshore trip with some really nice Cobia, as well as a few Spanish Mackerel and Bluefish in the mix!
Rudee Inlet has remained steady with a constant bite of Croaker and Spot. There has also been a mix bite of Flounder and the occasional Puppy Drum in the mix. For the flounder they have been using gulps on a light jig head, as well as live minnows. As for the Croaker and Spot, the popular baits have been Bloodworms and cut bait (Squid and Finger Mullet ).
Sand Tiger Shark caught and released by Jennifer Klein of Virginia Beach, VA
White Marlin caught and released by Steven Crews of Stafford, VA on the Backlash
Blue Marlin caught and released by Trevor Crews of Ruther Glenn, VA on the BAcklash
White Marlin (2) caught and released by Trevor Crews of Ruther Glenn, VA on the BAcklash
120″ Dusky Shark caught and released by Lem Dewuska of Carlisle, PA
White Marlin caught and released by Lam Truong of Carlisle, PA