I got a call for a walk-on trip with Pete for today on Monday; one of his other clients who had a trip booked was deserted by his fellows, and Pete needed people to fill it. It was a trip with three fishermen; besides myself, Dave and Bill. We started off at Cedar Point (not pictured) where we fairly rapidly filled our limit of Striped Bass from 22 to 28 inches. After that we crossed the Bay into the Honga River, through to lower Honga River Bridge, aka the lower Bridge to Nowhere.
Tuesday, October 13, 2020
Back From Fishing - Way Down Upon the Honga River
As you can see the day was overcast and misty, and 60-70 F. Here you see Fisherville (the town on the northside of the lower Bridge to Nowhere), from the Honga River side. Hoopers Island is about one street wide.
Typical sod banks on the salt marsh. Earlier in the day, the water was up in the grass.
About to go back under the lower bridge to get back to the other side of the world, as the sun starts to break through the clouds in places.