With Rudee Inlet Charters, the weekly party boat trip to Norfolk Canyon was weathered out Saturday, Capt. Skip Feller said. He predicted it would be, in the last report, and this has been a tough stretch of the trips weathered out in past months, and that’s unusual. The last one of the trips sailed in early February. The annual, weekly trips, slated for 3 a.m. to 8 p.m. every Saturday in winter to spring, usually get the weather to sail much more frequently. When the unique fishing, steaming to the canyon in several hours, has sailed, it’s usually been good. Often, blueline tilefish are targeted first. If enough bluelines are bagged, and seas are fair, the trips then often push deeper, for catches that can include black belly rosefish, wreckfish, barrelfish, golden tilefish and groupers. This coming Saturday’s trip might also be weathered out, according to long-range forecasts. Sometimes anglers are offered to sail on that Sunday or Monday, if forecasts are better. Call: 757-422-5700 or 757-425-3400. Visit Website.