Sunday, June 21, 2009
This is Wally from NYC. He doesn't even need sun to make them think it's a crab(pink Skok lady in this case). The visibility was just bad enough to make it good over white sand at low tide. Went 6 off 11 and left a stud wearing one. We experienced a lot of tailing fish which is always spectacular. Bass don’t tail as much as some other species of flats fish (bonefish/redfish etc.) but it occurs at certain places during certain phases of the tide and if you know where and when to look it can produce some of the most knee knocking shots you’ll throw all season. Looks like a steaming pile of northeast winds and rain coming our way, but team Fishing the Vineyard is gonna try our best to work through it and bend the poles in the face of dire adversity. As Robby always says "the fish are already wet." Stay tuned...
"Float with the flock"
Captain W. Brice Contessa
Posted by Capt. Brice at 6/21/2009 03:00:00 PM