Friday, 4-23-10 7 a.m to 1 p.m.

April 26, 2010
Capt. Eric

Frank, Al, and Jared

The weather was perfect. No winds, calm seas, and sunshine. The tide is outgoing in the Inlet at 6 a.m. Frank, Al, and Jared met me in the morning at the Inlet Marina. We set out to try for some Snook. The ocean was flat so we fished for some croakers. We managed to catch a few roakers with some pin and pigs as well. We fished the inlet for about a hour with no luck. The Snook were picking up the baits and crushing and dropping them before you had a chance to set the hook. After a bit we decided to go and try for the Kings.

The Kings are thick right now just a little to the N.E. out the inlet.  We had a live well full of Greenies from right outside the inlet. It didn’t take long before the action broke loose. One of the three guys were hooked up at all times, not to mention how many double ups they had. We landing Kings one after the other. We reached our fish limit in a hurry. We continued to catch the kings one after the other. We picked up and ran back to the dock around 12 p.m. On the way back to inlet the winds picked up and began to blow. I believe Frank had the biggest fish of the day, near 20lbs.  It was a fun trip, lots and lots of action. Thanks Frank, Al, and Jared for fishing with me. I look forward to out next trip.