Thursday, 5-1-08 5 p.m. to 11 p.m.

May 2, 2008
Capt. Eric

Bob, Bill, and Mo

The winds are blowing SE 15-20. The inlet tide is incoming until dark. Slack was right at dark. We found the Pins today they were pretty thick. The greenies are thicker than I have ever seen in the inlet. When we first started fishing the Bluefish were really thick. It was difficult to get a bait through the Blues. Mo managed to get through and landed a nice Red that was 29″. As it got dark, the tide started to move out and we had to move inside to the fenders. At first the Ladyfish were so thick that we couldn’t keep them off the lines. The tide picked up and the fishing got more difficult. The wind was really blowing hard. That was a tough night. Maybe the winds will lighten and we will have 1 more hour of the incoming before dark tomorrow.

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