Two days like glass on the Atlantic in February? Are you kidding? Well it's true. No complaints on the sea conditions for the past couple days. I was able to run where I wanted as fast as I wanted. We were after black sea bass today. Thanks to El Nino, I decided to head further offshore, passing by the super cold water so we could fish in real cold water. The bass cooperated and we brought home 75 nice black sea bass. Several were in the 14" range, with a few 15"ers, and a 17" fish that went 3lbs. We also caught a few of the extinct American Red Snapper. If you don't know what a red snapper is you will have to ask someone in your family that was around in the 1940's because according to NOAA, that's the last time any red snapper were seen. I had to get that in there! We threw back a 12lb'er and a 10lb'er today; real nice fish! Great conditions, great crew, and great cooperation from the targeted species. Keep those rods bent!