Aboard the Capt. Al in Point Lookout Capt. Tom Weiss told me a fine week of sea bass fishing with everybody getting in on the action. Fares are nailing the biscuits, scup, fluke and even plenty of mackerel. Jimmy Blizzard came out and decked many jumbo sea bass while keeping his eight. Jimmy's day was completed by drilling a pool winning 6-pound fluke and some scup and ling. Action is very good especially when the captain can drift. Most fares are limiting on the sea biscuits that are being pulled from the 60 to 75-ft. ranges along the rocks and reefs. Summer flatties are also mixing in, and though most are shorts, a quality keeper will usually win the pool. In additions to clams and squid the fares are enticing the sea bass and flatties with fresh cut mackerel strips. The boat sails daily at 7 a.m. for sea bass, porgies and ling. On the night shift Capt. J.R. told me action has been pretty good on scup and sea bass, and more summer flatties and triggerfish are joining the by catch. It's a fine mixed bag and crowds are light so come on down. Evening trips for sea bass and porgies sail on Wednesday to Saturday from 5 to 9 p.m.