Hot Sunrise, Slow Fishing

Today was cool and comfortable thanks to a breezy northeaster, but the fishing was still pretty slow.

First of all, I think I snapped the coolest sunrise pics of the year this morning. Lots of color. Anyway, I headed to the south and fished that direction all day in the hopes of finding some dolphin, but it just didn’t work out. We found a couple of pretty good grass lines, but very few bites. We did catch a nice blackfin tuna on the way out, and three dolphin all day offshore. We had a couple of mystery bites, and lost one wahoo just before the gaff. Elsewhere, there was still a fair number of sailfish seen, but slim pickins on everything else. Thanks guys, and Dink, hopefully I’ll see you next year!

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