Capt. Greg from the Black Hawk reports that our night bass trips this week were a little bit picker than we were used to over the last few weeks. We’re still getting some nice fish, but we didn’t get the full boat limits we were accustomed to. Some of the nights were so crowded with boats I can understand why they didn’t bite. We’re looking forward to more trips coming up.
Locally, the bluefishing is still slow. That’s one of the reasons we’re sticking to the bottom fishing over at Montauk every trip. When the bluefishing improves enough, we’ll certainly start diamond jigging on them. I know there’s a lot of people who want to go, so stay tuned.
Bottom fishing remains excellent on both tides on all trips. Limits of porgies and sea bass all around. We’ve had some great kids out on the boat lately, who have been having a great time. Now’s the time to bring your kids fishing!
Heather from the office reports that we had a great turnout for our annual “Christmas in July” fireworks cruise. We collected loads of toys and books to be distributed to local children. We’ve added two very special trips, our first “Summer Seal Watches”. As part of our Black Hawk and the Community Program, these will be fundraisers for various non-profit organizations. Check our website for details and info.
As always, check our website and Facebook page for updates and info. We look forward to seeing everyone soon!