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Date posted September 12, 2011 6:13 PM
Posted by Fishbust
Report location New York > Moriches > Northeast of Oregon
Fishing method Boat
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Early morning patchy fog going offshore, not as bad as it sometimes is, radar still necessary, but calm seas to the fishing grounds.

Out 17 miles and drifted back in over Oregon. Surface temps @ 64. Slow morning as is the case often. Then in a 2 1/2 hour span, 1 schoolie bluefish, 2 mako (1 pup released, the other 80+ pounds destined for a couple barbeques) and 2 blue sharks posing for photographs before being released. My first time seeing the blue dogs this year that used to be so common all day long.

Video isn't todays but posting it anyway. :-)

Awesome day, better than forecasted (and seemed a best guess with so many NOAA buoys offline). Great ride back home, 28+ knots and dry, very surprised to see barely any recreational boats out there. Monday turned out to be the best window of opportunity for offshore weather this week.

Still lots of post hurricane debris out there so keep a good eye out while underway!

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