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Bluefish, Sea Mullets and Sharks at Ramp 43 and 44. Speckled Trout bit on the sound side has still been killer, mostly on jigheads and soft plastics. Have a good week everyone! -Anthony
Spanish mackerel were caught this morning and evening off Ramp 44. Also, sea mullet were caught off Ramp 38. There are still lots of speckled trout being caught in the Sound. Denise
We had report of Sea Mullet caught at Ramp 43 with shrimp. On the sound side behind the islands at Ramp 60 Puppy Drum using cut mullet on a bottom rig.-Erin
I only heard of Spanish mackerels and sharks caught off Ramp 44. Do you know what the shark said after eating a clownfish? It tasted a little bit funny! Denise
Spanish mackerels were caught off Ramp 44 this morning. Also, sharks were caught at the Point today. What happened when the scientist crossed a fish and an elephant together? Swimming trunks. Denise
Lots of sharks at the point today. Had a customer haul in two eight foot plus sand tigers!!!!!!! Weight a couple nice two and three pound spanish macks from ramp 44. Sea mullet at the jetties. Have a great night……RDT!!!!!!
This evening Grant caught this citation 6 lb 1 oz Spanish Mackerel (see photo) at Ramp 44. We got multiple reports of large sharks caught at the Point.
Ramp 55 had pompano and sea mullet. Ramp 43 Pompano and sea mullet. Spanish on 44 in the hook. Flounder, specks, and puppy drum in the sound. Have a great night……RDT
Kind of wet out there this morning . And I’ve been off the last two days fishing. I’ve been in the sound catching lots of trout. Lots of keeper size trout still biting and 2 days ago I’m sure I had on what was 2 different fish that got off right at the kayak because…
Sharks where caught off ramp 44 today. Ramp 38 had mullet…..(hey little Guy) Ramp 55 blue fish and sea mullet. Have a great night .,….RDT