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Date posted October 11, 2017 7:20 PM
Posted by HawaiianDan
Report location North Shore > FINALLY LIFE & ACTION ON BOTH SHORES!
Fishing method Boat
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Ok my bruddahs, finally a lot of life and much action on both the North and South Shores! Fished the outgoing this morning for little and fished the incoming for a little this evening. Both produced very well! Lots of bait fish moving, lots of birds working, lots of top water action both Blues and Stripers, lots of bottom action too!



I won't give away the exact locations this time but if my friends need intel all you have to do is message me.



I will say this...if they're on the surface throw a topwater and if they're not hug the bottom. As always look for structures and riplines. The darker colors worked best for me today. With the exception of a white Bucktail course!



Wishing all the very best! An exceptional fall season! Much aloha!




Da plug is almost bigger than da schoolie!


38" released alive and well


Yellow eyed demons! Gotta luv em!

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ckopp

Joined: 07/29/2016
Posts: 15
 10/11/2017 09:29 PM  

Beautiful fish - great job!
 
DaddyDebo

Joined: 04/15/2012
Posts: 51
 10/12/2017 12:30 AM  

Great job

You are the man. Keep up the good work.
 
rick67


Joined: 06/22/2014
Posts: 217
Location: Smithtown
 10/12/2017 04:24 AM  

upFinally


KFA-NY
Team Fishing Lab
Yellow Eyed Devils
 
mojoe


Joined: 10/01/2001
Posts: 16071
Location: ><)))):> ~~ THE JAMAICA BAY TRIANGLE ~~ <:))))><
 10/12/2017 07:13 AM  

thats the way Shades up,,,,,,,,,,,,,,><((:> ~~~~ ><(((:>


EAT FISH AND LIVE LONGER!!!
 
waters

Joined: 04/18/2005
Posts: 109
 10/12/2017 05:24 PM  

Nice Dan. Water quality looks great

 
cement154

Joined: 05/07/2007
Posts: 322
 10/12/2017 08:05 PM  

Great Job Dan. Still real busy, Maybe one day soon I'll actually get out on my boat again Really
 
patry57


Joined: 03/10/2006
Posts: 383
Location: Queens Village
 10/12/2017 08:10 PM  

Daytime Darter?

What kind of lure is that? Is that a Popper with eyeballs?


If you do not measure your fish, the state will provide a man with a gun to do it for you.
 
HawaiianDan


Joined: 06/11/2013
Posts: 103
Location: Central LI
 10/12/2017 09:07 PM  

RE: Daytime Darter

Unfortunately I have to be pretty frugle with gear. This is a cheaper large mouth popper I picked up from Miller Place Bait and tackle for around $9. Makes a lot of noise but doesn't cast as far as a good bottle popper. Gibbs are my fav. That schoolie was the first and only I've caught on it so far. So it's yet to have proven itself.


Best day ever is when I realize I'm a fisherman and a fisher of men (saving lives). Mt. 4:18,19
"THINK POSITIVE - STAY POSITIVE - LIVE POSITIVE"
#TryingToMakeADifference
 
KayakFisherman

Joined: 05/23/2007
Posts: 771
 10/13/2017 03:06 PM  

Nice report

Nice report.This time of year I wouldn't worry about being too specific. Some people are always going to break your balls, but the fish are on the move so they might be there one day and gone the next. Keep posting.
 
patry57


Joined: 03/10/2006
Posts: 383
Location: Queens Village
 10/13/2017 05:43 PM  

Not breaking balls

Just playing son and if I'm right that's a Tsunami Pencil Popper and as you said Gibbs are better but more expensive. Pencil poppers are usually the best this time of year when Mackerels and Herrings are around but the water is still in the sixties so your bass catch is excellent.

Night fishing from the beach is the best and a different animal my friend.


If you do not measure your fish, the state will provide a man with a gun to do it for you.
 
HawaiianDan


Joined: 06/11/2013
Posts: 103
Location: Central LI
 10/13/2017 09:56 PM  

RE patry57: NOT BREAKING BALLS

That's awesome! Luv it! I didn't take it as a ball breaker. Just a pretty cool observation. I tend to always lean on the positive side of things. When I looked at it today I was like... wow those are some big eyeballs! Mahalo nui loa fo da night fishing tip! My buddies always do the same and swear on bucktails and dark purple or black spminnows. I've been thinking about picking up some mackerel and herring patterns. That's some cow you landed in your avatar image! I hope there's tons more on their way for you. Wishing you an incredibly epic fall season! Much aloha my friend!

Btw, where in Florida do you have family? I spent over 30 years and retired from the FD there. The fishing down there is great! Hope we get to fish together soon! You're welcome to accompany me anytime my bruddah! Let's do it soon!


Best day ever is when I realize I'm a fisherman and a fisher of men (saving lives). Mt. 4:18,19
"THINK POSITIVE - STAY POSITIVE - LIVE POSITIVE"
#TryingToMakeADifference


This post edited by HawaiianDan 10:53 AM 10/14/2017
 
KayakFisherman

Joined: 05/23/2007
Posts: 771
 10/14/2017 09:39 AM  

Location, location, location...

No, I was referring to your reluctance to be "too specific" about where and when you caught the fish. I'm all about saving money on lures, especially Gibbs lures which can run up to $40 a piece. Great lures but if you can get something close for less, nobody would ever slight you for that. As for the eyes, I was using an old lure just last night that barely had any paint left on it, and I was wondering whether that would make a difference as compared to the same lure in new condition. As it happens it made no difference at all. I fish mostly at night, and I believe that at least at night it's more about the motion then the color or the pattern.


This post edited by KayakFisherman 09:40 AM 10/14/2017
 
HawaiianDan


Joined: 06/11/2013
Posts: 103
Location: Central LI
 10/14/2017 11:04 AM  

RE KayakFisherman: Location, location, location

Sorry my friend, I should have clarified the positive response to patry57. I agree about the lures especially at night. I don't have much experience fishing nights but I can't wait to. In part because you specifically favor well. I read all your reports. They're well stacked with good advice and tips. I suspect night fishing to be a whole other ball game but I'm willing to learn as much as I can.

Much aloha foa all your post. Can't wait for the next one!

Btw, if anyone wants my locations. I'm all about exchanging information and helping each other out. It's all about da aloha for me.

I was telling a buddy the other morning that I get more enjoyment from putting my friends on the fish foremost like a guide then actually catching the fish myself. Don't get me wrong I sure do love catching fish! But that takes second place for me personally.


Best day ever is when I realize I'm a fisherman and a fisher of men (saving lives). Mt. 4:18,19
"THINK POSITIVE - STAY POSITIVE - LIVE POSITIVE"
#TryingToMakeADifference


This post edited by HawaiianDan 11:13 AM 10/14/2017
 
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