We learned from our earlier trips this week that we can still get it done even when the ocean is lousy.
Today was 5 feet at five seconds, or worse, with 19-14 knots of wind, plus 50 yard fog on the bar, both ways.
After a long slow run out, we got one right away and then began picking them up a couple at a time.
Mark Coleman gave us some bait, so we were able to fish live bait.
We had two bait stops, one that went WFO for a minute.
If there had been no wind, we would have plugged the boat early.
To make things a little more exciting, the Coast Guard dropped a rescue swimmer in the water and they pulled a distressed passenger off a boat nearby. Amazing.
Great crew, crap ocean, and good fishing.
We are sitting out for a few days, but at it again soon.