View Full Version : no love at the concrete ships
12-02-2007, 03:40 PM
fished with mike and his son in law jimmy today from the high rise over to a little north of the concrete ships. heard of a couple caught here and there but we didnt see a single fish caught. we were soaking eels and didnt have the first run. i think there were some nice fish reported by trollers though. Till next time..........:yawn:
12-02-2007, 03:51 PM
still better than burning leaves !!
12-02-2007, 03:57 PM
God!! Do I miss the smell of burning leaves!! I know that it is "politically incorrect" and Al Gore hates me.....but that says AUTUMN to me. There's a legend that says if you look closely at the smoke, you can see the ghosts of indians......not Pope John!
I'm sorry that you had a skunk, Craig....but you make me feel better about playing with my new Kitty....I traded in my "Tiger" for a "Leopard". I don't care what people say about Macs. This thing is the best thing since sliced bread was invented. It gives a whole new meaning to gratification.....I think that my wife will have to find some companionship.....I've got 300 features to run through, though her features are well known to me....this is a relationship that is free from the risk of lawyers.....I think!:D
12-02-2007, 04:16 PM
Is this the wreck that is very close the the CBBT? If not can you help an newbie out here??:helpsmilie:
12-02-2007, 04:27 PM
The concrete ships are located on the eastern shore a few miles from the north end of the CCBT. They sit above water and proved a wave break for the old ferry pier.
Here We Go
12-02-2007, 06:01 PM
Sorry it was slow for you Craig...thanks for the report!
Been hunting all fall and ready to get the boat wet again. The cows are on the way lets hope they get here before the bay season closes.
12-02-2007, 06:02 PM
Sorry you didn't get into the big ones with the eels. Maybe the weather we'll get this week will bring them down for next weekend.
Should of stopped by the third for some trolling, the bite red hot and from the talk on the vhf they were even catching a few on the drift.
12-02-2007, 06:57 PM
I got one better. I ran offshore past the fingers and got a skunk. Should have stayed in the bay to get a skunk, fuel bill would be a lot less. :chugbeer: