Fished with Doug and friends on Friday afternoon. It was epic. We caught blues from 10-16 pounds almost non stop until dark. Lots of double and triple headers. All on jigs. Pro Tip: Water has high specific heat. That means it heats up and cools down slowly. Air has low specific heat and is prone to more dramatic temperature changes. As a result, the ocean water temperature is basically the average of the air temperature over time. Example: If all other things are equal, and the high temp was 70 and the low was 60 the water temp should be 65. This is a gross oversimplification and many other factors come into play but the idea is the same.
Captain Joe Hughes -USCG Licensed 100 Ton Master-IGFA Certified
Joe Hughes has been working in the fishing business since he was eleven years old. Starting at Gibson's Tackle at that age, Joe's passion for the sport of fishing has steadily increased. Joe is a versatile angler who is comfortable poling a flats skiff as well as at the helm of a
sportfisherman competing in big game tournaments. During his years as a professional fisherman Joe has been featured in books and
magazines. His main passion is for salt-water fly-fishing. A teacher by trade, he enjoys sharing his knowledge about fly-fishing, fly-tying, and
fly-casting with his clients.