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Debs/Jones > Freeport, New York


Date posted

July 25, 2014 1:49 PM

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CaptainLouFleet


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Debs/Jones Freeport, New York

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Fluke fishing was good this morning aboard the Starstream ! We fished the ocean it was Sailing 8am-12pm and 1pm-5pm daily !

Captain Lou Fleet

28 Woodcleft avenue

Freeport NY 11520

www.captloufleet.com



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Moriches > I’LL STAY ON THE BASS …


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July 25, 2014 2:28 PM

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CaptTomCornicelli


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Moriches I’LL STAY ON THE BASS …

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AFTER AT LEAST 20 OR MORE SHORTS ON THE FLUKE like (12 in. to 15 in. ) at the top of the tide and the slack my charter had enough as did I –moved back to the Inlet to catch the outgoing ~~ he landed 3 bass and dropped 3 along with a few blue fish , all 32 in. fish , there was two other boats that landed some bass as well , so all I can say is I’ll stay on the bass , there is a bite , its not a grand slam everyday but there are certainly bass there !!



LOST AT THE BOAT … A BIGGER FISH



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R S”s first bass of the day

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New York Bight > Ocean Kayak Trip


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July 25, 2014 2:56 PM

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ELIASV


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New York Bight Ocean Kayak Trip

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Poked around a few areas off the beach yesterday since the weather worked out. Me and Daimon stuck exclusively with bucktails and jigs and ended up with a good catch of biscuits and fluke. Cooler was full and we played C R for a while too.

Biggest fluke ran about 25″ and biggest biscuit 21″.

Still fish in the bay but the offshore experience is awesome.



Sea bass



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Jigging sea bass

 
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joeyk9

Joined: 09/18/2012
Posts: 384
Location: ———-JAMAICA BAY———–

 07/25/2014 03:20 PM  


Good catch very nice Elias and Daimon


—-JOEY K9—-

 



 
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Shinnecock > The Herd Bull offshore


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July 25, 2014 3:06 PM

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Richardgio


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Shinnecock The Herd Bull offshore

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Took the boys out yesterday for a half day shark trip. We had a seven foot Mako at the boat and released him to fight another day, then we hooked several blue sharks. Mikey hooked the big one, a 10 to 11 footer, an hour later he was still taking line. We got some nice GoPro video of him then he broke off the line right at the side of the boat. Lots of action, lots of fun.



The Herd Bull



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Blue shark

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Moriches > INLET BASS AGAIN


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July 25, 2014 3:18 PM

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CaptTomCornicelli


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Moriches INLET BASS AGAIN

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WE FISHED THE END OF THE HIGH TIDE AND SLACK WATER FOR QUITE A FEW SHORT FLUKE on the change we moved to the inlet~~ RS had three bass and dropped three — 32 in. fish lost one at the boat that was bigger ~~ there is a bite !!



BIGGER FISH … DROPPED



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rs”s first

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Tips on landing those giant stingrays

A few years ago I had one that must have been in the 80 lb – 100 LB range. The tail was about 8 feet.
It’s a great feeling for the first few seconds, as I thought I had a 60 lb bass! Then it’s just endurance and who will tire the other one first.

I don’t fight them, I let them take drag, but at the same time, when they feel like they want to go to the bottom, then you don’t let them. You see them up in the waves, back off the drag a bit and let them get tired. But I have to say, they don’t seem to get tired, because they just float there.

The tricky part is not to let them dig in by the sand bar. Once you know they are approaching the sand bar, pull hard!! Keep them up in the water.

And once you land them by the first wave, then they just burrow down their “wings” into the sand, and they look at you, and it seems that they are saying: Common Man, let’s see you pull me now! What helps sometimes is open the bail, and they try to swim back, or if they don’t; just pi$$ them off by swinging the line back and forth. They don’t like that, and they would move.

And of course you know the first thing you do is secure using gloves of cloth their tail, don’t touch it; or step on the back of the tail, but make sure they are not in wet sand.

Debs/Jones > Hemp. Reef


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July 24, 2014 7:58 PM

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Captcorncobb


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Debs/Jones Hemp. Reef

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New York Bight > Raritan Reach


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July 24, 2014 8:32 PM

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singlerig1


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New York Bight Raritan Reach

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Fished off the reach channel this morning. Had these 3 keepers early. The bigger fish (4 and 3 lbs. respectively) took the classic spearing squid combo and the other fish grabbed a peruvian silverside. Tried buctailing/gulps/stripbait which produced shorts and small dogfish.



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Fire Island > CAPTREEPRIDSE FLUKE AND SEA BAS.


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July 24, 2014 8:39 PM

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Captkenhiggins


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Fire Island CAPTREEPRIDSE FLUKE AND SEA BAS.

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todays 7am trip saw excellent fluking with over 200 fluke keeping 51 .joe arena had 16 keeping his limit .the one pm trip had 25 large keeper fluke and thirty keeper sea bass. come on down weather looks great tomorrow and saturday.

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