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Fishing 2018

Posted on 9/6/2018 12:51:00 PM by Jim Brady |   Return To Blog

It was a perfect Labor Day Sunday as the as the Mudturtles took to the sea for the annual club fishing trip aboard the Mijo out of the Atlantic Highlands. On deck the was a nice mix of old and new boys along with wives, girlfriends, kids, fans, families from our youth tackle program and 240 Narraganset tall boys. Fishing did start a little slow as there was a commercial trawler that just worked over the first area the captain chose, with some porgy and black sea bass hitting the deck. Also coming over the rail was a winter flounder caught by Alabama Marcellus who was sporting his lucky cowboy fishing boots. His fish took the initial lead for the biggest fish trophy. With about two hours to go the captain made a bit of a move which resulted in porgies, porgies, and more porgies being caught with many anglers having double hook ups. During this time Shaggy"s dad Dave Mulewski Sr. caught a whooper of a porgy to take the lead and eventually the trophy for biggest fish. Everyone had a fun day on the water and took home plenty of fish to fry.