Mark Coleman's charters had a few good days, so we were pretty excited to get back out there.
It started out SLOW in the AM, like it generally does during a full moon.
I was pretty sure we were going to get skunked, as we had zero fish until around 1:30, when we finally got two.
Then 4 more, then a double on the troll.
It got better and better until 4 when it went WFO.
We had to run back in lousy fog to beat the ebb on the bar, so we had to leave biting fish to get in.
We did not plug the boat, but we came close.
The fish were mainly regular sized fish for the first time in a long time.
The charter is shut down for the year, but if the weather holds we should be doing a crew trip or three this week.