Tuesday, June 15, 2010

Dukes County Sight Casters Report 06/15/2010

Today's meeting of the Dukes County Sightcasters was greeted with bluebird skies and stiff northerly winds. Pictured in this spread is Highly Migratory Guide Services own Captain Mud-rat-detector. When he's not reading case law or hunting giants Tommy can be found up on the flats with his white gloves on, doing it with style. Around the middle of the day the scup whisperer even showed up and made his way down to the pointy end for a spirited sparring session with the striped fish. Fishing was good today; copious shots at nice sized targets that were looking to shanghai most anything we tied on. The water is a bit warmer now and the fishing seems to be taking a turn for the better. The next couple of weeks is about my favorite sightcasting stretch of the entire season; no where in the world I'd rather be.

Captain W. Brice Contessa