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7-29-14

Fluke is the word off the surf with some small blues as well. Try gearing down with a Kingfish rig and some clam strips, Fishbites, Bloodworms or Gulp Bloodworms. Try a combo on your high / low rig and see what they might want. Drag the bottom with a 2 ounce bank sinker "very" slow. Stop for a few seconds and drag again with a few cranks of the reel and continue that until you find them if they are there.

Crabbing and snappers in the river remain good with some nice catches of keeper crabs.

 

7-28-14

As the Fluke are getting larger more and more people are taking advantage of the 2 fish over 16 inches at IBSP. Please remember to get them tagged. There were some cocktail sized blues in the surf yesterday as well.

Crabbing in the river continues to be good with customers coming back for more bait and had some nice keepers. Snappers will also keep you busy.

Mario

   

7-27-14

Fluke is still the best bet off the surf and behind IBSP with bucktails and Gulp. A lot of shorts with a few keepers mixed in by the BB and BI in the bay. Snappers in the river and the crabbing remains good.

We just got a delivery of cooler racks in so we have 54's, 72's, 94's and 120's in stock.

Mario

   

7-26-14

Some small Blues on the surf yesterday hitting mullet and bunker. The Fluke bite off the beach is good so don't forget your bucktails and Gulp. A Kingfish rig is also in order with small clam strips, bloodworms, Gulp bloodworms or Fishbites.

Crabbing remains good as well as the snapper bite all over the river.

We have Fresh Clams, Fresh Bunker and bloodworms as well as an assortment of frozen baits for your fishing needs. J.T. Brooks Automatic Tire Deflators came in yesterday for those of you looking for them.

Mario

   

7-25-14

Fluke in the surf. Fluke behind IBSP and Fluke by the BB and BI is what the deal is.

Crabbing and snappers in the river is doing doing well.

Mario

   

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