Saturday July 2nd

Sorry about no report last week. I’ve been busier than a retail sales associate on Black Friday. Not much has changed over the last couple of weeks. There has been a few King Mackerel caught in the Savannah ship channel about 4 miles off the beach, as well as some Spanish Mackerel about 5 miles off the beach at an artificial reef. I never gave them a go though, because its shrimping season. And where there are shrimp trawlers, there are plenty of fun sized Sharks ranging from 4-6ft and 50-200lbs. Lots of fun top water aerial action followed by blistering runs. Pretty consistent and lots of fun. Make no mistake, this trip isn’t for young children and I’ve run out of Band-Aids, so don’t be thumbing the reel when you get a hook up. We caught a couple of nice Jacks a few days ago and we will start spending some more time looking for schools of these challenging fish now that they are appearing in good numbers. I believe that this will be the norm for the coming month. If I could ask for just one thing, well maybe two, it would be that the schools of Spanish make it in a little closer to the beach, and that some Tarpon would appear on the south end of the island. In my opinion, that’s not a lot to ask for. I hope everyone has a safe and blessed holiday. Try to remember how appreciative we all should be to be living, working, and playing in such a beautiful area. Despite what some Asshole says about making America great again, know that it has always been and still remains the greatest. Tight Lines!

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