I started out trying to catch some kinda live bait with only limited success. Three perch and a small menhaden. All my usual bait spots weren't producing. They may have all left. I tried the rt. 50 bridge and took home the skunk. I was trying to live bait those perch with no success. I saw several people with keepers that were caught on lures. I am not too proficient with lures so I had no luck with them. Oh well, I may try again sometime next month. The next morning I went on the Morning Star with 4 other people and had a great time. Even though we didn't limit out, we still caught a lot of fish. Non-stop action all day with many undersized fish with a lot of decent fish. They were running from 6 inches to 4 pounds. There were also a lot of aggressive blues running from the 5-12 pound range. They were snatching up those sea bass if you weren't reeling them fast enough. I think we ended up with around 90-100 fish b/w the 5 of us. Once again Capt. Monty and his mate came through again. His mate helped two people in my group who had no prior wreck fishing experience and made their trip memorable. I once again recommend him highly as he tries his hardest to get you on the fish. I tried using green crabs to entice a nice tog but the seabass were just too aggressive to let any other fish in. Time to go get some sleep.