It don't matter Rick, once you get there with your MirrOlures, the flounder will follow. I plan to head straight for the jetty at Little Creek (on the border of the base) and fish for flounder/croaker/trout/great white shark. Then hit the bridge when the lights go down. I agree, Lynnhaven looks good, too. But with only a couple hours of light after work, I think I'll head to the bridge and look for those little striped ones in the lights. Save Lynnhaven for a windy day.
Ohhh, gotta edit this post. Just checked the P&S site. Looks like Lynn is hittin'. I had other intelligence confirming the same. Already got a crew coming to CBBT tonight. Might try Lesner tomorrow. So many fish so little time! I love it!
Ric did you go ? Rick C and I made the OC run last night with decent results with Blues and Specks, no Greys, left them biting at sundown. The bait was thick in the back of Rudee for a change, never made it to the front. Look forward to getting out again after this next batch of weather clears.
Yeah, we went. Martin and I launched around 6 and Cory showed up a little later. We fished the jetties on LC and caught some nice croaker then moved to bridge for stripers once the current started to move. Not fast and furious, but fish just the same. Specks and blues sounds good for a windy day. What were they biting? May have to head to OC instead of Lynn this afternoon. Decisions, decisions, decisions...
Mine were all on either a smoke/sparkle grub (personal favorite) or the electric chicken grub. 4" with 1/4 oz head. Specks around the island and blues everywhere else (got some good flounder bait now. Good luck tonight.