MAY 18 – Getting Bigger Every Day:
The last few days we have seen quite a few schoolies being caught, mostly small, but we have now heard of a couple in the 26″ range. Adam Ledger sent us this photo of his son Noah. They, as well as others have been doing well on the incoming tide down at Lot 1 on the Parker River Wildlife Refuge. The fisherman that have been walking the beach with bucktails, soft plastics, and metal have also given us mixed reports. Some slow, some great (see below!!!) Other news is the river. That news is hot and cold. Some mornings this week have been okay, others nothing. We expect that to pick up any day now. The southern end of the island has also produced some small schoolies.
No flounder or mackerel to report of (as far as we know)
Report from Adam this afternoon :
Hey everyone! … Hit the ocean front today to fish the incoming tide …. 8 fish in all … mostly 14-18″ … with this one being the biggest at 26″ … fish were taking both sand & blood worms … it was a good first day! … Special thanks to Kay for delivering worms just in time! Thanks ….. Adam & Noah
Here’s a short video sent to me by Kevin & Tom. They hit the south side of the cape yesterday and got some nice action on 7-10 pound blues using metal lures.
May 20 – Kevin & Tom’s Adventures
May 21 – Danny’s Fish
First Cast Schoolie
This is a short GoPro video from one of our customers Jimmy. It’s at the town boat launch in Newbury.
The fish are jumping!
Form Teddy earlier today to John tonight, the bass are biting!
Still lots of schoolies on bait and the bigger fish are arriving and the lure fishermen are picking up speed!