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Date posted September 19, 2009 12:48 PM
Posted by fishermangeorge
Report location New York > Debs/Jones > THE SUPERHAWK - POINT LOOKOUT - SPECIAL OFFSHORE WRECK TRIP - SEABASS
Fishing method Boat
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Good Afternoon Fellow Noreasters: Went fishing yesterday with my dear friend Mike, & another fishing buddy Stephan. We had Cloudy Skies until about 1:00 P.M. when the Sun decided to stay out for good. The Marine forecast called for West Winds at 10-15 Knots with Gusts up to 20 Knots, with Seas of 2-4 Feet. All morning we had Seas of 4-5 Feet, with some 6-Footers in between, until it finally laid down in the aarly afternoon, with Seas of 2-3 Feet. Our High Tide was at 8:23 A.M. & Low Tide was at 2:38 P.M.

Well, yesterday, fishing was slow, except for the 2 or 3 drops we made where we had some Bing-Bang Action. There was some difficulty Double-Anchoring with the Sloppy Ocean, & the 20 Mile an hour Winds. The bite was off in quite a few of the drops because of the Blowing Northeast Winds we had the past 3 Days, which surely must have stirred up the bottom real good.

Between Mike & I, we ended up with 35 Keeper SeaBass. Stephan caught 15 Keepers himself, & I also caught 3 Nice Large Ling, fishing in one drop where the water was 120-Foot Deep. Not a bad day of fishing with the conditions we had. This was Mike's first 20-Mile Offshore Trip & considering the Longevity of it, he seemed to enjoy himself, but was really tired by the time we pulled into the dock close to 6:00 P.M. after departing at 5:00 A.M. yesterday morning.

I'd like to thank Capt.Steve for his extra effort in trying to get us alot of fish. I also want to thank Mates Shawn & Brendon for helping yesterday. Of course a Special Thanks for Mike driving back & forth, & to both Mike & Stephan for helping me with the coolers. Until Then, Please Keep Safe Out There, Catch Them Fish, & GOD BLESS.....




BEAUTIFUL SEABASS CAUGHT BY FISHERMAN GEORGE IN MONTAUK, ON BUDDY CAPT.NICK''S BOAT, MAKO MADNESS

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mojoe


Joined: 10/01/2001
Posts: 16748
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 09/19/2009 04:51 PM  

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GOOD GOING GEORGE up,, YUM YUM,,LOVE ALL YOUR REPORTS!!!!!,, STAY WELL,, MAUREEN SAYS HI,, ><Wink))):> ~~~ ><Wink))):>


EAT FISH AND LIVE LONGER!!!

This post edited by mojoe 05:05 PM 09/19/2009
 
leo

Joined: 07/07/2001
Posts: 272
Location: S.I.N.Y. formerly H.B.N.Y.
 09/19/2009 08:12 PM  

what boat is that in the picture? the superhawk??
 
sundancer

Joined: 04/17/2002
Posts: 756
Location: mass. cove
 09/19/2009 09:47 PM  

nice day george ur still my F.I. good for you good buddy.
 
BOBBYWALDBAUMBS


Joined: 03/30/2003
Posts: 4425
Location: STATEN ISLAND, N.Y.
 09/20/2009 12:11 AM  

Toungue Nice going George, nice yummy bassToungue

God Bless !!!Toungue >>Wink)Bobby)):>





BOB MAIDA
AKA "BOBBYWALDBAUMBS"
" ONE MORE CAST"
 
offracing


Joined: 09/10/2005
Posts: 3983
 09/20/2009 02:20 AM  

georgie boy

nice going georgie boy, wish the seas were better for you, you guys will get them next time.
carl
 
Plumber60

Joined: 01/21/2007
Posts: 882
Location: Croton Watershed
 09/20/2009 06:39 AM  

Nice report as always George. Glad to see you're out there.
Stay well,, Richie
 
fishermangeorge


Joined: 06/07/2006
Posts: 2138
 09/20/2009 11:56 AM  

THANKS EVERYONE

It's always nice to hear that my reports are enjoyable reading. I'm starting to write a book on my 52 years of fishing adventures. There are going to be many stories, & memories, I would like to share, & also some tips for my fellow fishermen/women out there. Hopefully, within 2 years, because I love to go fishing, I will have completed it, & find a publisher who would like to print it. Once again, thanks fellow noreasters for your kind comments. GOD BLESS.....


We all have a Little Kid inside of us.  It's called FISHING.....
 
Gaucho


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 09/20/2009 08:40 PM  

I'll buy the bookup


 
makonick


Joined: 12/23/2006
Posts: 551
Location: MONTAUK/BABYLON
 09/20/2009 11:15 PM  

Hey Georgie,
Not a bad day considering the conditions.Good luck with the book.We'll have to add some stories to it.Safe trip out west.Boy,that fish in the picture looks familiar,lol.ToungueToungueToungue


"Don't worry,everything will be fine,you'll see"
 
BooBoo

Joined: 10/28/2004
Posts: 58
Location: NYC
 09/24/2009 09:21 AM  

fishermangeorge wrote:

It's always nice to hear that my reports are enjoyable reading. I'm starting to write a book on my 52 years of fishing adventures. There are going to be many stories, & memories, I would like to share, & also some tips for my fellow fishermen/women out there. Hopefully, within 2 years, because I love to go fishing, I will have completed it, & find a publisher who would like to print it. Once again, thanks fellow noreasters for your kind comments. GOD BLESS.....

Hey Slim, don't write a book! I think I have heard every story you have while fishin' with ya'! Great report as usual! I put mine in Offshore!

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BobbyD.
 
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