Bob from Fremont!!!

Bob from Fremont!!!

Good thing the mackerel are now around. Because big bass love them! Bob Bissett just showed up this morning with this whopper that he caught live lining mackerel around the mouth of the Merrimac area. Bob was fishing the low tide through the turn when this fish hit his mackerel. Other than this one fish though he had one other strike and that was it.

43-8 LBS

Our little Nicki went out last night with his friend Chris Thoreson to fish Joppa for the high tide. Nick took some eels after work and headed out. They did well catching about 6 fish in the 20″-26″ range. He said some kayak guys got into bigger fish ranging in sizes 33″-42″.

It has been a quiet morning on the island here as far as fish go. One fisherman in reported doing nothing at all the places he went to. Some days are just like that, don’t know why.

But last night was a different story.  Clayton was down with some friends and they did okay along the oceanfront. This seems to be one of the better places this past week.

Ocean front was decent last night had a couple at this size and a couple smaller on bait 👍
Liz Cowie
  • Anonymous
    Posted at 17:29h, 02 July

    Fished lot 1 today, caught one beautiful fish almost a keeper. Lots of people the refuge was packed. A summer day at the beach. Came back into the shop before leaving and we purchased a couple hats with surfland logos. Great Day

  • Anonymous
    Posted at 06:45h, 06 July

    Why is the refuge so packed this summer? Last 3 years I have never been turned around at the gate. The whole area seems busier now, not as relaxing. This year I have been forced to turn around the last 3 times at the gate.

  • Anonymous
    Posted at 13:13h, 06 July

    Did see two baby plover chicks at lot one. Seems they were more interested with the beach goers and fishermen than being down in the closed off section. Question the wisdom of closing off all the lots year after year.

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