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Date posted May 30, 2015 7:13 AM
Posted by saltedcod
Report location New York > Western Sound > Kayaking the sound
Fishing method Boat
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Had a good night.

Caught the incoming tide with a little south eat wind.



Used the double bucktail and gulp rig to find some large voracious sea robins.

Wasn't until about an hour before sunset that I could get some fluke to bite, a blue, and a schoolie. The fluke in the sink is 19", lost another next to the boat too.



Then the fun started when the sun went down, Bunker started flopping but nothing seemed to be on them. Was able to snag one, but no takers to the live line. Brought it in and cut it up. Threw out the fillet and in a couple of minutes I was going for my Nantucket sleigh ride. Wahoo! 32" striper - my best on the kayak.




sink is full

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rick67


Joined: 06/22/2014
Posts: 286
Location: Smithtown
 05/30/2015 07:25 PM  

Nice one congratulations.


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fishinsanity1


Joined: 03/11/2012
Posts: 659
 05/30/2015 07:49 PM  

Nice job dude. upupupup
 
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