October was awesome! The nearshore bite was really solid for us all month, minus a few bad weather days that sent the Albies packing. Other than that, we've had some really great fishing.
From Bogue Inlet to Bardens Inlet, we have been chasing the Little Tunny every day that the weather has allowed. Speaking of weather allowing...the Parker 23' has opened up so much territory for us, allowing me to go places I would have never been able with the poling skiff.
We've had a lot of great experiences with a lot of different anlgers, both young and not so young, guys and girls, local and out of state, fly and spin. I've had a blast with every single one of them.
I really appreciate all of the returning anglers this year that have supported me in my first full time Albie season. I also really appreciate all of the new anglers who fished Albies with me for the first time, I sure hope it won't be the last.
As I'm typing this, it's November 2nd and we have another month of chasing Albies if mother nature cooperates. I really don't think we've even hit the peak of the run yet. I'm really looking forward to the next few weeks.
I'm pretty much booked up through the rest of the season, but if you want to try to get in a day let me know and we'll see what we can work out. If not, it's never too late to grab some prime dates for 2022. I'll post up an Albie update for November in the next few weeks...stay tuned!
Rain or shine.
It's not a party until somebody vomits (anchovies).
Albies = Happy Anglers
Sending them home.
It's a team sport.
...and a great way to test gear and your knot tying.
You never know who will show up.
Last Spanish of 2021?
Love putting the younger anglers on their first Albies.
The office has a pretty good view.
Pro Photo Tip: It only takes 500 blitz photos to get 1 image with an Albie in it.
Who needs a bay boat?