I even got lucky this week!
Mother nature has not made things easy…..every day this week I’ve been seeing winds in the 15 to 20 knot range at some point during the day. Fishing in the islands for Specks is “clear water” dependent. Without clear water catching Speckled Sea Trout can be very difficult if not impossible.
Even with the wind I’ve been able to find some clear water and Specks ready to hit a lure. No easy task though…..definetly covering lots of ground from Bloodsworth down to Smith Island and places in between. Even though I’m running from Buzz’s Marina in Ridge miles are still adding up daily. Running an average of 62 miles a day…..last year I was racking up 79 miles a day average.
Allan got in on some great action by besting his buddies Joe and Mike on a recent Walk-on Trip……good job brother!!!!!
Allan was slinging some gulp baits for Specks this week and did right well landing several. The rod he is using is a beautiful custom rod from Shore Tackle on Kent Island…. www.thetacklecove.com
I’ll be fishing tomorrow with a crew gambling on mother nature to give us a “hair bit” of a break with the wind. I’m getting really tired out there battling difficult conditions…..ready of a break from mother nature!
I’m currently booked solid for June exept for a couple of days in the last week. If the fishing and weather cooperates I’ll offer some 1/2 day Walk-On’s from 330 till dark. If I get any short notice cancels I’ll immediately throw up a walk-on trip notification here and in my newsletter. Take care all and good luck fish’in!