Friday, May 2, 2014

Ormond Beach Fishing Charter 4-29-2014

Today was a bittersweet day. It was the last charter scheduled on my Pathfinder flats boat and she will be missed. My new bay boat will be taking over from here on out. If you would like to learn more about it click here. I could not have picked a better day to retire the flats boat, she left us with a bang! We launched out of Ormond Beach and fished Strickland Creek and the Tomoka River. The Grandfather/Grandson team caught a Trout and a 26" Redfish within the first 15 minutes. This set the pace for what turned out to be a busy day on the water. They fought some good size Black Drum, 2 near slot Snook, a couple Sheepshead, a bunch of nice Snapper, and a keeper Flounder . Although we could have filled the cooler, my clients only asked to keep a single fish for dinner that night. As you know, I am always preaching about the importance of conserving our natural resources. It is so rewarding to charter so many like minded people! What a great day! Capt. Eric Greenstein

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