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Old 06-11-2009, 09:29 PM
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Default 2009 SEASON !!!! Pictures - Fresh and Saltwater stripers

Fishing was a little off lately but we were able to catch fish but had to work real hard for them. We covered all bases, Chunking, Swimming Live and trolling Secret Spoons. Spoons produced the largest fish and we were able to find some new spots that were holding fish.

I have dates in July and call for more info.
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Old 06-11-2009, 09:35 PM
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Default 2009 SEASON !!!! Pictures - Fresh and Saltwater stripers

I have some open dates the end of June and in July for all species in Season. We specialize in Fly, Plugging, Chunking, Swimming Live and Trolling. Come fish on the new 21 CC Contender as we cover a lot of water to put you on the bite!
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Old 06-14-2009, 10:30 PM
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Default 2009 SEASON !!!! Pictures - Fresh and Saltwater stripers

Caught this one on a shad color storm shad just as the sun went down.
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Old 06-15-2009, 12:44 PM
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Default 2009 SEASON !!!! Pictures - Fresh and Saltwater stripers

Fished from about 6pm-9pm a few nights last week, was chunking mackeral and whole squid, caught a half dozen fish between 26-30 inches, I kept the 30inch for the table, what a great week of fishing even though the weather was so shitty!



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Old 06-16-2009, 07:08 PM
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Default 2009 SEASON !!!! Pictures - Fresh and Saltwater stripers

It was time again for the annual June Cape Cod trip. The spring run on the Hudson was good, but this is saltwater...a whole different ballgame. My buddy Brian and I tow his boat, the Salty Minnow, a 19' center console Key West out to Dennis a couple times every year, but June is always the trip we most anticipate. This year our buddy Scotty joined us, braving the salt spray despite a broken foot.

We fished the small waters friday for small schoolies, and it was pretty inconsistent, with some spots being loaded with little guys, other spots being barren.

Saturday it was time for light tackle in big water. We headed over to our favorite spot and after a good two hours of searching, we found fish relating to the bait...and were they ever aggressive! Every time we motored up to the up to the school, we would triple up. Fish were nice sized too, averaging about 27", but enough 30"+ fish to keep it interesting on the light freshwater gear we use. It was an amazing day with an impossible number of fish caught and the weather was unbeatable too.











Brian, with the biggest of the day, a nice fatty 38.5" fish.



Sunday it was time for Tuna. With light winds in the forcast, we made the long run offshore. We found plenty of bait but the tuna would not show. Plenty of whales though. And some accidental stripers too. They were constantly on our tuna baits.











even got my new pb, this fat 26lb 39.5" momma (which wouldn't stop kicking for the pic, hence the constipated look on my face)






At that point, we had enough of the lack of tunafish, so we headed back toward shore. We did come upon two schools of tuna on the way back in. One was a school of 6 or so Buick sized bluefins that just left us in awe. Of course it doesn't help when someone goes to throw a tuna popper at them and the line snaps when the leader knot catches in the guides. DOH!!! buh bye $15 lure. Glad it wasn't my lure

So off we go in search of legal stripers. Headed to the nearest sandy drop off, and wouldn't ya know, but it was loaded with stripers. Really solid fish too. They were averaging around 30", but with lots of 33"-37" fish thrown in. Here we go again.






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A nice blue even decided to make an appearance.



After all the striper catching, we had one more morning before it was back to home, so Scotty took his girlfriend with us, and we all got into a ton of stripers. All four of us hooked up at once 12 times total monday morning. At times there were fish coming up to bait completely around the boat












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We called it a day at 10 and headed bay to NY. Overall it was the most amazing weekend of fishing of my entire life. Sat, Sun, and Mon were all the greatest single days of fishing I have ever seen. I will not even throw numbers out here in terms of fish caught just because they are not believable.

We even had fish going berserk on poppers. I took some videos of the stripers crashing bait and a pencil popper that I will post at a later time.
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Old 06-17-2009, 12:08 AM
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Default 2009 SEASON !!!! Pictures - Fresh and Saltwater stripers

fish were hitten in warwick!!!!!
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Old 06-17-2009, 08:45 PM
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BF finally gave one up to me on Monday night. Just made the keeper mark. Although everyone else in the place wouldn't have cared if it wasn't. Nobody's got any frickin' honor. Buncha' damn poachers all of 'em! Well most of 'em anyways. What can ya do. Keep hittin' the water boyz there's fish out there somewhere's, here's one of 'em.

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Old 06-18-2009, 12:24 AM
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another good night in the neck!!!
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Old 06-18-2009, 06:08 PM
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Default 2009 SEASON !!!! Pictures - Fresh and Saltwater stripers

The bite for me hasn't been red hot but the quality of the fish has made up for it. Did a mix of live bait fishing with BIG scup and trolling the tube & worm over the last 2 days.

We scored fish from 35 to 45lbs with both techniques and had some others in the mid twenties.

The fish we trolled up on the T&W were strong fighters and made for some excitment on the light tackle...







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Old 06-20-2009, 02:14 PM
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Default 2009 SEASON !!!! Pictures - Fresh and Saltwater stripers

Fished in the rain on thursday with a great crew and landed over 30 fish on Live Bunker and Chunks. Largest fish was a shade over 19 pounds.

Friday was Lights Out Fishing with over 70 Bass caught and fish were up to 26 pounds.
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Old 06-21-2009, 12:43 PM
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Default Re: Fishing Reports - 2009

here's some pics from the past month or so...
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Old 06-21-2009, 12:51 PM
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Default Re: Fishing Reports - 2009

We also fished the HRFA Liberty Derby. We took 6th in the bass with this fish, and 1st in the bluefish division with a 37.5-inch fish.
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Old 06-21-2009, 06:47 PM
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Default Re: Western Sound 6/18-19 Report

Here is me holding up my Buddies fish...great day.
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Old 06-22-2009, 07:27 PM
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The Bay was great this past weekend. The fishing seems to be improving each year. The amount of fishers seems to be increasing also. Here's some photos of this weekends fish, first keeper was consumed by myself and John straight-up cooked over a Coleman stove with a clamato chaser.
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Nice hat!!


best part was, it was caught on a jig
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