We have been recently trying to get out on the Pocomoke. The weather has been cold and the bite, a little on the slow side. However we have been able to scrounge up some perch and crappie to help combat the winter blues. The fish have been most active on the first of the flood, taking 2” grubs on 1/16 oz heads. Firetiger power grubs on a 1/16 oz Rumble Fish or Old School underspin jigs we’re the most productive offering today. Of course we tipped the jigs with small minnows to help convince these cold finicky biters. We are getting new products for the shop in daily so stop by and get in on some of this chilly and “crappie” fun!
New Year’s Eve was a beautiful day to get out on the water and enjoy the last day of 2021. There was some good eeling in the VA for trophy sized rock. While the Atlantic is producing great seabass with the occasional big blue over wrecks. Sammy, after ditching Belle and myself to go offshore fishing with crazy Larry instead of rock jigging , even caught his first mako by accident when the shark ate his seabass that was hooked on a jig. Belle and I finished out the year jigging rock with our good friend Mr Brad. We did not have any sharks but a lot of stripes, laughs and good memories! Happy New Year!