Thursday 9-13, too darn nice of a day to go to work, so I didn't. Arrived at the Manty dock ~ 10:30 with a stellar crew, took an 85 degree heading, and started working our way deep through the fog. After 18 miles, we were in 430 and ready to fish!
Electric kool-aid 100 down on rigger again was the rod. The only one to get bit, threw everything at 'em. We put four nice bows in the box, one 14 and another at 11. That fourteen pounder fought like a tank with a first-timer on the rod. We fished until about 4:30, not sure how deep we got as the Lowrance stopped reading bottom at 440. A great afternoon on the water!
Thanks to Captain Morgen for a perfectly executed meat-stick delivery in 420; the toss from 30 feet nailed a crewmember square in the back, landed perfectly on the deck!