On this trip I don't remember where we went out of but it was somewhere in this area.
The water was like glass and it made the trip more enjoyable. Of course catching fish would be icing on the cake.
We hooked up early on in the trip with our first fish.
I had hooked my first-ever fluke, but that was far from the only fish of the day! We did not catch anything big, but we caught a bunch of fish.
I was not the only one to catch a fluke that morning, as Ryan got into the action with one of his own.
He got his in, but as he was going for his camera for an underwater shot, the fluke unfortunately slipped off his hook. That was just a minor setback for the day though.
It did not take me long before I hooked on again, this time with a black sea bass.
I think my next fish was another bluefish, which Ryan had to be careful unhooking, to make sure he avoided the blue's teeth. If I tried to unhook the blue, it probably would have bitten me, and I like my fingers!
Don't get me wrong bluefish are fun to catch but not as fun as the other fish we were catching. We even caught a small scup and a few blue runners each.
Ryan somehow caught sight of a mola mola (ocean sunfish). I wish I had sharper eyes, because I've never seen one (other than in pictures). Ryan says he is seeing molas all over the Cape, so I still have a chance.
Ryan was rowing us back when he and I saw some pretty good action on the surface of the water. Ryan knew right away it was false albacore.
I have never caught an albie, but Ryan says they fight like "no ones business." We had a good chance to catch one of those, but sadly it was not meant to be.
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