Hook, Line and Sinker: Local Fishing Report and Photos for March 25th, 2015

By / Fishing / Wednesday, 25 March 2015 04:00

Capt John Theodorakis
Theofficial Fishing Charters

The time is finally here! Spring!! The days this week were longer, warmer, and filled with a little more fish tales.
I must say this is one of the most exciting times of the year for me. Just as much as fishing. I find that anglers like to work on and update their vessels and accessories. (whatever that may entail) There was no lack of that this week. I went to the marina three times this week and it was like a madhouse every time.
The average “inlander” would question my excitement over this chaos, but he or she just wouldn’t understand. I guess its a beach thing!
Even though I would like to keep this column out of politics. I feel like I have to update those who may not know about the difficulties we are facing with the department of Marine Fisheries. There has been some talk of closing the flounder fishery this season on the recreational end due to mismanagement. There are a lot of us that think and know that their data is flawed. Any help fighting their agenda would be much appreciated and if you are interested feel free to call me for more information.
Finally, for the fishing report! There was a few reports of some whiting caught in the mouth of the river recently. This is good news that the fish are making their way back into our easier, accessible, waters. The redfish and trout bite remains steady and even picking up for a few. There are starting to be more options for us to get out there and take advantage this upcoming week. If you do, remember, be safe!

Captain John Theodorakis
Theofficial Fishing Charters

A really nice over-slot redfish.

Richard Gilligan with another beautiful redfish.


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