Now for something totally different. If any of you guys are out and about the river below South Monte slow down and look for the gulls. Every year we have rather large schools of bait fish move up and hang out in tide water. Well this year is something else. Above and below Higgins Island we have hundreds of gulls feeding on the bait fish and this has been going on for three days. We always have this but the sheer number of the gulls is amazing and it is one dive one fish. They have gorged themselves to the point they are resting on the the old log dump pilings then back at it. If I had my old throw net I would take a shot at getting what species the bait fish are but one thing about it this is the largest push I have seen in years.
Dazed and confused.............the fog is closing in