The Palm Beach Post from West Palm Beach, Florida on November 22, 1968 · Page 28
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The Palm Beach Post from West Palm Beach, Florida · Page 28

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28-Pa!m Beach Post, Friday, Nov. 22, 1968 Winds Keep Fish Moving OUTDOORS By Ed Buckow IT WAS POMPANO as usual in Lake Worth Thursday, and Spanish mackerel and bluefish schools streamed southward with the southbound current. The northerly winds also triggered lively sailfish action offshore. The mackerel apparently ran southward too far offshore to give ocean pier fishermen a crack at them, but commercial net fishermen loaded up on the macks all the way from Hobe Sound to Delray Beach. With northeasterly winds fore- cast today, however, ocean pier anglers may have better success. Trollers encountered the mackerel off Boynton Beach during the morning. Charter boats returned to Bovnton Inlet Sun Parlor area on the north inshore turn from St. Lucie In-et. Don Willard and Charles Mills boated 34 trolling feather 'ures. and Mr. and Mrs. Bernard V-'poli picked up 27 fishing with cut bait. Two sailfish and five large dolphin were brought in aboard Capt. Grant Johnson's charter boat Honey Chile during the day. Betty Gross whipped an unusually heavy sail that weighed 73 pounds and measured seven feet. 10v2 inches, and W. L. McDaniels took a 40-pound, six-foot, eight-inch spindlebill. Sharing in the catch of dolphin was E. L. McDaniels. THE SAILS were also hitting off Boynton Beach. Four were caught by anglers on Capt. Herb Schulz's charter boat Southern Comfort, and two sails. 13 king-fish and a few dolphin were taken on Capt. Charlie Halm's drift boat Candie Kidd out of Lantana. With plenty of fish on hand offshore and inshore, and 10-18 m.p.h. winds forecast for this morning by the local Weather Bureau, the prospect is another good fishing day in this area todav. joi 01 ii a 1 1 mt no GRAND OPENING SPECIALS Dock with good catches, the largest of w hich was 90 fish. Pompano put on the feed bag early in the morning in Lake Worth, and then after a lull, began to hit again in the afternoon. Fritz Sonderman and Al Ha-berman returned to Bill's Marina with 42 pompano. and Dr. William Dyer and Irish O'Neil took 26. Mr. and Mrs. Jim McCurdy landed 40. and Capt. Johnny Thomas caught 22. Apparently the pompano were so hungry Wednesday that they continued to hit after nightfall. Billy Dorahush. of Hi Tide Tackle, said a number of pomps were taken at the large span of the Riviera Beach causeway after darkness fell. Some blues were also taken at the bridge. ELSEWHERE on the inshore salt water fishing scene Thursday, mackerel were taken early BOLGER'S )i,l,WJttf) tuic rr arKi I c ;-rTU 'I $ 2.00 Towards a Complete Engine Analysis on Our Electronic Engine Tester SPECIAL ON in the day in the Jupiter Inlet area, pompano were taken in 1 the surf between Juno Beach land Jupiter, a late run of blues (developed at the Juno Beach Pier, blues were taken in the surf at Jensen Beach and blues were caught again in the St. Lucie estuary. j The blues did not arrive at the ! 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