June 6th - 8th striper report
Boy what a weekend!! The weather, the wind, the tides, everything lined up to be a great weekend starting first thing Friday morning!
With predicted temps in the mid 70's you could say that i was just a little excited Friday morning to get out on the boat, so excited that I think I only got 3 hours of sleep.
The wind has been blowing from the north with relentless consistency, but the mornings have been flat calm - by Saturday mid afternoon we had a steady 20 MPH breeze but that didn't stop us from boating a few fish.
Tides were outgoing all 3 days in the morning which really produced some great fishing on the mud flats as well as a few fish hanging around structure like rocks and piers. Water temps is on the rise at 56 deg across the Diamond Islands and pumpkin knob.
Air Temp : Mid 70's
Fly of choice: Pink and white clouser and pale olive decievers.
Spin Gear: Small topwater and silver paddle tails.
Good luck to everyone this week! Let us know how you make out!
Capt. Kevin Stone