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Fish Caught on Capt Neil's Rods

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du410

Joined: 07/31/2003
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Location: Cold Spring Harbor, NY
 posted 06/01/2009 01:13 PM  

Caught on The Long Island Series MH Sorry I should have had the rod in the picture tooSmile

 
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 posted 06/01/2009 01:23 PM  

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Captneilf
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 posted 06/01/2009 01:48 PM  

Nice bass!

All the credit goes to the fisherman. He had to find the fish, hook it and get it into the boat.

Nice boat!


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branzino

Joined: 03/11/2008
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 posted 06/01/2009 02:55 PM  

Caught this 9lb fluke on Capt Neils MAXIMIZER bait castier spiral wrap series on a 4ounces spro



 
JC30967


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Location: Massapequa
 posted 06/01/2009 04:42 PM  

Capt. Neil!

Oh man, I can go on forever about Neil's works of art upup! He is a true craftsman, and a true gentleman. I wonder how many fish have been put to sleep by Capt.Neil's rods over the years? I'll bet the number is staggering surprise!


I don't have too many fishing pics of myself, cameras are usually like banannas for me Roll! But, here is one fish that I am especially proud of, since it is my largest codfish to date, and cod are my #1 favorite fish to fish for. It's the pic in my avatar. Of course, it was subdued with a Capt.Neil rod, his cod rod built on a Forecast blank, the next heaviest from the LIS MH model ( I forget the exact model#).








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edbass


Joined: 02/06/2009
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Location: Greenlawn,NY
 posted 06/01/2009 05:53 PM  

captneils rod fish

wireline rods by neil






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stpaul7
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 posted 06/01/2009 07:23 PM  

Capt Neil's Rods, Please don't buy them they don't catch any fish Wink

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togilator


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 posted 06/01/2009 07:43 PM  

Hmmm so many fish I have caught with the good captains rods.Ok here is one.A 7.5 to 8lb. released fluke caught on a 2 oz.spro.Rod is a GUSA SW70M that the captain spun up for me.My all time favorite bucktailing rod!Smile

 
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 posted 06/06/2009 10:12 PM  

Can I post a pic?

Nice brace of fat fluke



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Rodwinder
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 posted 06/06/2009 10:39 PM  

Well done Captain up


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basssman

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 posted 06/07/2009 06:29 AM  

Orient Pt Bass LIS MH July 2008

 
Captneilf
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 posted 06/08/2009 08:39 AM  

3 way bucktailing off Orient Point

This 37" bass was caught on a Lamiglas CGBT 841M blank.. A factory Lami Bl 7030 uses the same blank. This blank will easily handle 16 oz sinkers.

See what happens when you get older and catch a nice big fish. You need a young angler to help hold the fish. ha, ha.



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quiknet


Joined: 10/06/2000
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Location: north bellmore
 posted 06/08/2009 08:48 AM  

8.5#'s caught on a whole squid.



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gverb1219


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 posted 06/08/2009 09:11 AM  

du410 wrote:

Caught on The Long Island Series MH Sorry I should have had the rod in the picture tooSmile



Nice catch......up


......and nice boat. Is that a 23 or 25 Steiger Block Island....Shades


.......R.I.P. I miss U Bro
 
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 posted 06/08/2009 09:21 AM  

O.K., I can add to this thread

Boat catch of fat Jersey flounders - my share caught on my Lami XC Long Islander Series. Plus my first decent fluke of the year, 5.1 lbs on my favorite stick, a CN-"top shelf" DNY Impact jigger.

And I'm sure he won't mind if I post his pic, that next one is my good buddy Don/DCbassin with a brace of fat flounder that he took on my boat with a CN ultra-light S-glass spinning stick. It bends over double with a 2lb flounder on it, what a nice little piece.

The last one is me on my friend Joe/Flukinit's boat, up off Port Jeff, putting that CN Lami thru its paces.

Umm, does blue flannel make me look fat? surprise






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