Monday, May 25, 2009

First Trip in Lynnhaven Inlet

Mark Lozier guided David Wolf from New Jersey on a full day trip in Lynnhaven Inlet. Mark got out the day before and caught this nice 30-inch redfish. He caught a few and then left them alone for his charter.

Mark met up with Mr.Rich Bentley, a pervious client, now an avid kayak angler, and a very good one. He was on the water friday with Mark during his scouting trip.

The scouting worked, on Saturday he managed to put Mr. Wolf on the fish and he landed a few. Mr. Wolf had a great time and vowed to retun to fish with us again in the fall. Things are starting to heat up there and slots are booking up fast.

Sunday, May 17, 2009

Rudee Inlet

Had the pleasure of guiding Jeff Turner and his son Logan for their first saltwater kayak fishing trip. Logan has just graduated from The University of Richmond. Logan was the first to hook up with this small flounder.
There are dredging operations in Rudee now through Memorial Day. There are pipes running everywhere and the water is dingy. I think this made fishing hard for the day. Good thing it should end soon.
Mr. Turner's target species was bluefish, and ther are some big ones in Rudee, his first fish was pulling hard.

But ended up being a smaller bluefish....but still a first for him.

We continued to fish but only managed to squeek out a few fish. Everyone still had fun as you can see by the smiles. I am sure I created a few more kayak anglers on this trip...and that is what it is all about.