Fishing Report “Deep Jigging” 3-23-2009

March 25th, 2009 by Gillwetter Press | Comments Off

We finally got a 1 day break in the weather and headed off shore for a exploration and shake down trip for the boat and the captain (1st trip after knee replacement). The weather stayed great all day. Started around 55 miles and immediately had all the small AJs we wanted. The ranged from 15 to 30 lbs. After a good warm up we headed off shore to do a little trolling for tuna and Wahoo. The trolling was not good but Blackfin were chasing bait on top but would only short strike the long rigger. Decided to go back to jigging and had great action the rest of the day. The final count was 50 AJs released, 10 African Pompano some over 30 lbs, our Jr. Angler caught a Blue Spotted Coronet Fish, a scamp grouper. We all had plenty of fish and headed back home at 40 mph. If the weatherman will give us a break the fish are there so give me a call to set up a jigging trip and you won’t be disappointed.

Captain Mike Jackson
LiveLine Charters
910-686-7271

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