The report was for calm seas yesterday, so I established out to get some groceries at the Hogpen. The seas were being calm, but the fog was very hefty and necessary a gradual pace to my fishing gap. Just after a extensive gradual trip out to my quantities, I identified fish rather immediately, initially fish was a modest flounder, next was a mango, and my third was a hogfish :). I did have a head boat pull to what sounded like about 100 ft absent, but I was not able to see it the fog was so thick, I could listen to just about each conversation that was occurring onboard. :blahblah By midday I had caught ten diverse species of fish and my limit on Hogs, but what would seem statistically difficult is that right after three several hours of fishing I did not catch a solitary grunt. :huh The trip in was just as gradual as the trip out and the fog did not obvious till I was about 2 miles from Move-a-Grille, nonetheless by the time I bought to the marina had my boat pulled and begun cleaning it the fog had when all over again rolled in so thick you could not see the bridge. At the conclusion of the working day it was a excellent working day fishing and the spouse liked the fresh new fish for dinner.