Monday, September 23, 2013

SEA HUNTER 9-23 FLUKE ONE MORE DAY LEFT OF THE FLUKE SEASON

Tomorrow is it. The Fluke season officially closes after tomorrow. To be honest(As I always am in my fishing reports) As far as I am concerned it has been over for a week now. The past week has been a struggle, we are catching  a few to a handful of keeper Fluke per trip and not many shorts either. There seems to be a few stragglers around but the majority of the Fluke are gone. I am going to take a short brake after tomorrow and then start fishing for the STRIPERS!!!. It looks like Friday October 4th will be our starting date for the Stripers( Looking foreword to that) the schedule will  be 7:30 am till 2:30 pm seven days a week. If I don't see you tomorrow I will see you for the Stripers. Thanks to everyone who fished with us this summer for the Fluke and hopefully I will see you for the Stripers.
                                               Thanks, Capt. Rob








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Tuesday, September 17, 2013

SEA HUNTER 9-17 FLUKE REPORT

After very good fishing on Friday with big Fluke things slowed down over the weekend. The Fluke season officially closes next Tuesday Sept. 24. The crowds have been lite in the mornings and we haven't even gotten out the past few afternoons. So if you are planning a trip if you can take the morning boat. After the Fluke season closes down we will shut down for a few days and then we will start our fall STRIPER schedule. I will keep you posted on the date we will start .
                         See you soon, Capt. Rob
















Tuesday, September 10, 2013

SEA HUNTER BTG FLUKE REPORT 9-10

Not many small Fluke the past few days but some nice big ones around. We had a couple guys limit with Fluke up to 7.5 lbs. New Penny Gulp 6 inch baits have been working very well on the bigger fish. The couple limit catches we did have were guys working those baits hard, non stop bouncing of the bait has been the ticket. If you pass a bait store on the way down it wouldn't hurt to get a package. See you soon, Capt.

















Rob

Sunday, September 8, 2013

SEA HUNTER 9-8 FLUKE REPORT

The wind has been the deciding factor all week. If we can get a good drift we are catching some nice big Fluke. If the drift is too fast we struggle. It has bean hard to get back to back good trips in one day. If the morning is good the afternoon is not. Most trips this week the morning has been better. Here are some pics  See you soon, Capt. Rob






































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