Rough spring time weather resulted in not a lot of fishing opportunities. Nobody was able to get offshore and there was a lot of fishing pressure on Tomales bay with little halibut being caught. Inshore weather was pretty balmy approaching the mid 70’s on the bay, so at least it was pleasant.
Capt. Josh managed to pull in one nice halibut for dinner and had a few undersized fish for our group on Saturday. Big Tides have resulted in strong currents which also results in a weak halibut bite. Inshore weather looks like it will stay somewhat warm, so the bite will slowly improve as the tides mellow out over this week. There’s a lot of flat weather offshore in the forecast for the upcoming week as well, and we have a busy schedule so next week will be a much more exciting report.