|Fishing Reports up to and including Monday, September 10, 2012
Location: South County, Rhode Island
Turning the page… cool nights… finally feels like the beginning of fall.
Fuel prices keep risen, so has the swells from tropical storms blowing up the East Coast.
Good news is the false albacore have finally arrived in numbers, now there is some predictability in fishing. Till now we’ve kept the pandemonium down not to create a frenzy driven by the economic engine. Translation: Catch fish; not take a boat ride. Hard tails are here, blue fishing should peak soon, and schoolie action should improve in the weeks to come with all the small bait around. There should be good fishing ahead during the rest of September into the depths of October.
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Every now and then a client does something extraordinary, deserves mentioning here at Cast a Fly. Our latest member of the “Hall of Fame Club” is Tom Gibson from New Jersey. Tom may indeed set a record for smallest black sea bass ever caught on a fly, a rarity for sure. As of yet we haven’t received confirmation from the IGFA, so it isn’t official. Congrats Tom!
Stay well my friends,