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Old 09-03-2007, 11:28 PM
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Default 2007 - The Year In Review Pictorial - Stripers247

Cousin Greg with his prize, 52 inches, 54 lbs 5 oz.


Here is the recap of the hardest fished weekend of my life. Despite fishing every night, I still managed to spend the days at the beach with my wife and 3 kids every day. I really need some sleep!

Thurs. My friend Glen came up, we fished midnight - 4 am, we landed 2 20 pounders and a 25 pounder. I'll get pics up when I download my camera.

Friday coalman came down and we fished 11 pm - 6 am. See his thread "The continuing adventures of Captain Danny and Coalman" for details.

Saturday My cousin Greg and my brother Jonas come out with me. Greg usually makes one fishing trip a year with me and this time he made it count. We headed out at midnight and on our very first drift we hear him say the quote we have jokingly repeated a hundred times already, "I think I got something"

"Something" turned out to be a 52, 54 lbs, 5 oz monster!

Greg followed that one up with the next and last fish of the night, a 38 lbs and 5 oz cow!



And here's one of the 3 of us celebrating at Surfland right when they open, (Sorry Liz for the wake up noise)



I got a few pics on the boat I'll post when I down load the camera.

And finally, worn out and ragged I headed out at midnight Sunday with my buddy Wally who was extremely pumped to get after it after the news from the night before, and despite giving it our best till 7 am we only managed to land 1 dinky little schoolie. Sorry Wally, we'll get 'em next time.
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Old 09-05-2007, 10:38 AM
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Default Re: favorite tool

For grouse in Maine: A handed down 16 gauge Stevens side-by-side...perfectly balanced and fits me to the T. Thing has some history to it and is a pleasure to be in the woods with.


For deer in Maine: Either the Savage Model 99e in .308 with a scope, Remington Model 742 Woodsmaster in .308, with iron sights or a pre-64 Winchester Model 70 in .30-06 with iron sights.
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Old 09-05-2007, 09:41 PM
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Default Re: tide water river in oregon

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Thanks for the report. My best freind is trying to convince me to move up to Oregon But I hate to leave the Stripers here behind. Can You tell me more about the Oregon Stripers Fisheries?

Here's a Recent Catch My friend marty caught on The American River Here in Califronia this past weekend on a Custom Wood Rainbow Trout Spook style lure.
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Old 09-05-2007, 10:10 PM
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Default Re: Howdy Fellow Striper Chasers

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Take a look at this thread. A video from the Cal Delta / Sherman Lakes area.
Shows a 30 + bass caught by member RicVan Pretty cool.
The Delta's Starting to heat up right now I'm starting to here reports of guys starting to catch a lot of stripers out there. Here's one that was caught last week Near Franks Tract. Not By Me but from a Guy who Ho'd one of my Lures.
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Old 09-09-2007, 10:38 AM
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Default 2007 - The Year In Review Pictorial - Stripers247

I feel the hunting season mainlining into my blood but the call to the salt is so hard to give up. Especially when the big boys are biting.
Danny and Coalman of the water 09/08/07

My fish had a nasty gash at its vent. Miseries no more. 44" 27 lbs


Danny's lives to fight again. 43" 28 lbs.


Thanks Captain Danny. You are a great guide.
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Old 09-09-2007, 09:56 PM
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Default Re: Potomac River Stripers

Usually the fishing picks up great when the weather cools down like in October and November. The fish seem to school up and can be found breaking in the area. Right now I am mostly fishing in the Chesapeake Bay out of Solomons livelining spot but the Blues give me a fit. I like to troll most of the time but Livelining the spot is something new I have tryed this summer and it is fun. I love fishing during the Spring Trophy season in April of each year and you can see some of my photos in the Striper room under Fish Pics from me that were caught there. I have fished in the Potomac also during this season and have caught some nice ones also.

I have enclosed a pic of one that I caught in the potomac in 06 right in front of Cobb Island using an umbrella rig with Chartreuse bucktail and teasers.
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Old 09-10-2007, 06:48 AM
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Went on a charter boat out of Barnstable yesterday with some of my family. All in all an awesome day. Caught a total of 11 keeper stripers and about 12 blues for the day. We had about 25-30 fish for the day and it was a good time. Tube and worm produced but we had most of our success wirelining with jigs as we trolled through some different areas. Somewhat hard work, we had to keep pumping the rod to get a fish to strike but it was worth the hard work. Here's one picture, I'll load more later once my cousin uploads the pictures from his camera. This picture was taken on my cell phone.

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Old 09-11-2007, 07:34 AM
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Default Re: Plum Island 50 Lbs. Club has a new member!

It took a little time to get to it, but here are the pics from the boat.



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Old 09-12-2007, 07:45 PM
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Default 2007 - The Year In Review Pictorial - Stripers247

Here is some more photos since you Guys liked the last ones..
The first is me again Capt'n Happy,
Next two is my brother Mike,
Next two is my duck hunting Buddy Allan,
Next one is my Brother In Law ( Got to keep them In Laws Happy!)
Next one is a Buddy Chris his first big Striper!
And Me again with this year Spring Striper.
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Old 09-13-2007, 12:36 PM
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Default Re: Striped Bass off of cape cod

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Give it a kiss on the snout, a pat on the rump, and send it on it's way with a good story to tell it's friends.

By the way,,, if you ever find a 37" striper that weighs 28 lbs please take a photo and show me.
I'm a step ahead of you... My girlfriend caught this fish at the end of July. It is indeed 37" and 28 lb.



Actually, she hooked it up and I reeled it in. At the moment, I could've sworn there was some sort of whale on the end of the line.

ETA: By the way, why are those dimensions strange-sounding?
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Old 09-13-2007, 12:37 PM
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Default Re: Striped Bass off of cape cod

Here are a pair from last night ( kept for some friends seeing as the bulk of our season will be over in a few short weeks, many, many more fish were released to fight another day)

One of these was 30 the other 34lbs...
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Old 09-13-2007, 12:43 PM
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Old 09-14-2007, 09:55 AM
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Be patient. Once it loads click on the small white arrow on the lower left of the video box.
Give it a little time to load. Quick time format.

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Old 09-19-2007, 08:13 AM
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Default 2007 - The Year In Review Pictorial - Stripers247

Got a call Sunday night from my brother in law. He had just recovered his buck. Just got the pics this morning. He got a beauty.
Great job Darel. It is a blessing to have married into a hunting family.
I am very proud of you.

09-16-07 8 point 159 lbs




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Old 09-23-2007, 09:29 PM
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