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Rob Allen and his brothers had invited me on this trip but a long business week and some family commitments held me back from going.
They went out with Capt. Sean Crawford and they caught fish but it was a slow fishing day. According to Rob, "We caught 16: Rob 8, Kirk 4 & Chris 4.....but Chris caught three slots and Kirk had one slot. I had a 27 incher that made it to the cooler along with 4 others."
Here are some pictures!
Action at the ramp....
Some feesh action......
The brothers Allen!
A few more observations from Rob:
George Lenard and Dave Gedra were out there with Capt. Ritchie Gaines. They caught a total of 6 (Dave 4, George 2). They were a bit disappointed – but they know the deal with fishing.
Capt. Gary Neitzy was out with a party of two, they seemed to do okay when we saw them and they caught a Red Drum – fool was probably lost!
Also saw Ed Liccione and friends....they did about the same as us.
The place was NOT a zoo with other boats.....no fish off the pilings. Everything caught at 4th and 3rd island on the ocean side.
No fishing for anyone tomorrow – showered and in my brother's family room after a pretty good crab cake sammitch – sleep tonight and head back to Reston in the AM.
I enjoyed writing this report even though I was not there. I do know that fishing with Sean is a pleasure and it looks like the crew had a good time.
Today, I get to play around with my fishing gear and get it all ready for the next expedition....whenever that might be.
Thanks for posting the report -
Although it was slow fishing for that area - it is still exciting to be down there - and to bring in my two brothers for the trip was really great -
I do look forward to the next trip down there - although I think it will have to wait until 2011 -
I anticipate that the water temps will get a little cooler and the bite will cool off with it -
We are looking at a week of highs in the 30's and lows way down in the teens and 20s.
I wonder if NC will get their game back.....in the early part of the century (21st), Oregon Inlet was the hot area!