Albie on fly report October 10-16, 2012
My friend Brian Carson arrived on October 10 planning to fish for the next 3 1/2 days with me before flying home to Dallas on October 14. We fished half of a day the first day due to planning to attend the CCA banquet on the 11th, Brian hooked quite a few Albies however he only released one on that first day.
The next couple of days were slow for us as I was fishing without a bottom machine or chart plotter, however I fixed it on Saturday and on the final day Brian hooked lots of Albies and released half of a dozen before noon. We had lots of fun as usual, fishing is improving.
October 15: I fished the first of 3 days with a group of fly anglers who are friends of Carl Calandra, my first two anglers were Winslow from Connecticut and
Phil from Florida. We found lots of Albies in 60 foot of water 18 miles from the inlet, after missing quite a few we caught half a dozen before 11:00 AM. I got a call from Brian Horsley, and another one from Chuck Laughridge about bait balls on the other side of the shoal. I steamed over and they went off really good, bait balls with sharks, bluefish, and Albies, it was rough but we wound up catching close to a dozen Albies up to 10 pounds, life is good, Albie season is here for sure. Stay tuned for more Albie reports to come soon, I love my Job.
Captain Jake Jordan
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