Looking for drums 4/25
About 3.00 PM we set up ocean side on the 9 foot shoals in about 12 foot of water. immediately we began catching sharks. Stayed same place till about 5:30 and then moved a little closer to the bridge in deeper water and again started with the sharks. Stayed till 7:00 PM and decided our drum catching was not to be. Crew was Jamie, Kevin and JB. We had fun a beautiful day and looking forward to the next time.
Last edited by Brandon; 04-26-2008 at 08:37 AM.
so you mean to tell me you actually had to put up with jamie for more then 4 hours at a time....you are a better man then me... hahahah :-D :-D :-D
dont believe Andy one bit Doug.......he came all the way down to Rudee this morning just to hang out and didnt even fish at all !!
I fished a bit before you got there
thanx for the report Doug- sure you wiull get into them soon. i finally got my boat back together after a long hiatus today. Looking forward to a little redfish action myself
Don't feel bad, upon reaching the fishing grounds fri around 1ish or so we get where I wanted to be only to feed crabs to sharks all day till I ran out of crabs and went home. Saw only one red boated by an angler on a cat boat as I was running out of bait. Most all the talk on the radio was shark shark and more shark
Thanx for stopping by Jason, and the numbers~
We were out there with you yesterday on my buddy's 26 ft Glacier Bay.
Amazingly enough we only had one double hookup on dogfish sharks, and actually caught a sandshark too (little early for them I thought). I seem to be the shark king, but nice to hear we were not the only ones that had similar results.
Pretty day on the water though and the young'ins had fun playing with the crabs in the livewell and petting the sharks
Waiting for the tuna to get up here for an early offshore run, and some cobia this summer.
Doug I thought that was you as Darek, Dan and I came back from the Triangles Friday. We didn't bring but 11 Black Sea Bass back, was catching them three at a time but they were 10" to 11". We hit four wrecks before we went to the CBBT to get our limit in Togs.
And to think, the regs still don't allow us to keep even one dog shark even if you wanted to fry up some fish-n-chips (England style). Some geek marine scientist think the dog shark is in danger and needs protection.
They even have their own website dedicated to protecting them.
spinydogfish.org - Home
But the regs don't say we can't kill them, just don't possess any.
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