Dewey caught this black drum. This was the last fish of the day - the tide went slack. We went up to the boat cut thinking there may be some water moving there - but pretty slack there also. We had only fished about 1 1/2 hours when the fog started rolling in. When it got to the point we couldn't see the ships in the channel - we knew it was time to head in. The fog bank lifted at the Ferry landing - so there was no problem getting to the dock - but at the Jetty is was pea soup thick.

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