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Report 6/2/12
Left Saturday morning with Henry and his family in search of Seabass.  Decided to run about 18 miles to the east with a weather forecast of diminishing winds through the day.  We anchored up on our first piece of bottom and imediately started catching fish.  By this time my party of 4 had turned into a party of 3 one member was just feeling a little under the weather.  I know began to notice the weather mans forecast was not entirely acurrate instead of diminishing winds, the winds started to pick up.  With the increasing winds the current started to scream out of the north, making fishing with anything less than 10 oz of lead impossible.  Fished 2 other pieces of bottom till about 1230, by this time the party had enough and headed to the dock with a nice catch.  Total catch for the day was 61 seabass 2 togs and a nice cod.  Gread day of fishing with a great family.
Category: My articles | Added by: Captain (04.06.2012)
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