Updated: Oct 14, 2021
Welcome to our blog. This is the first post since we now have a vastly improved website (thanks to Tiffany Bellamy at ptmarketergroup.com). Postings here will include more detailed fishing reports, tips and techniques, wildlife sightings and favorite fish recipes.
I want to address an issue we had earlier in the season. In the Spring we hired a person to handle our scheduling and bookings. It turned out that this person, while very nice and eager to please, was not up to the task. We had serious problems with mis-scheduled trips and poor information gathering. There were a few weeks where we were scrambling to minimize the impact on you, our clients, and give you the experience you should expect. For those that experienced these problems, I apologize.
The good news is that Colby the Mate’s mom, Kim, is a teacher who was able to jump in and take over the bookings. She is doing a fantastic job and I hear many compliments about her interactions with clients. Kim helped us to get back to delivering the experience we expect and you deserve.
Summer is winding down fast. We have some bookings for fishing left later in the month and some evenings for cruising and watching.
September is known as “Local Summer”. Most of the crowds are gone. Fishing, particularly on the ocean or up the river can be excellent with plenty of action. With so many folks now working remote or kids still going to school online, September is the time to find a trip more easily.
The fall Black sea bass season will open October 8th with a ten fish limit and on November 1st the limit goes to 15 fish.
If you sign up for our email list, we will keep you updated on “open boat” trips during that time. You can find more about our open boat trips on our home page.
Thanks to all. Let’s go.
Capt. Mike – Mighty Heron Charters