Sunday April 14th

I fished several days this week and caught lots of small Sharks. Mostly Bonnet heads and small Bulls. Our waters warmed dramatically over the past week and the influx of bait fish is evident. With waters warming, larger Sharks and other species will be making their way into our area. Still a few Redfish and Black Drum in certain inshore areas so the variety is starting to get a bit larger. Still a few weeks away I think from seeing the Mackerel and Cobia, but it is getting closer all the time. Took today off to watch Tiger win his 15th major at the 2nd greatest golf tournament on the PGA tour. Nothing compares to the Heritage on Hilton Head that begins next week, but I may be just a little biased. Have a great week and don’t forget to take a kid fishing


Saturday April 6th

While dodging thunderstorms last week, we managed to catch a few brakes in the weather and catch a few nice fish. Some great fights on Redfish and Black Drum were on tap and we were victorious in most cases. When you take a knife to a gunfight, you don’t always come out on top. This a reference to the very light tackle we use. On Friday I fished the intercoastal water way and while I did get the 1st Shark of the season, everything else was very slow going. Maybe with the warmer weather ahead, our water temps will increase a few more degrees which could start to turn things on. The weekend is off to a rainy, yet warm start, and by early in the week, the sun will be out and the winds will be light. Hopefully, area anglersĀ  get a bite. Thanks for checking us out and have a Blessed week