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VIKING FLEET DAILY FISHING REPORT

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VikingFleet


Joined: 03/09/2004
Posts: 1921
Location: Montauk, NY
 posted 08/12/2006 08:34 AM  

FRIDAY AUGUST 11

FRIDAY AUGUST 11

Captain Dave reports that porgy fishing saw some good action in the early AM with quality fish coming over the rail. Fishing slowed down later in the day. Fluke fishing was tough today, with only a few people landing fish. The pool win was a tie between Ed Mifsud and David W Schwartz who both had a 3.75lbs fluke.

Striped Bass fishing was good, with some nice keepers. Eric Cropper won the pool with a 35.2lbs bass. Drew Schlanger got 2nd place with a 32.8 pounder.



Celebrating 75 years of Fishing!
No one does it like a VIKING!
Catching fish since Grandma was a Girl.
Imitated yes; never, never, never duplicated.
While others imitate, we innovate!


This post edited by VikingFleet 03:24 PM 01/07/2012
 
fishon23


Joined: 11/23/2004
Posts: 784
Location: Miami... now Centerport Ny
 posted 08/12/2006 06:29 PM  

how'd you do on your offshore fluke trip this past week?


I Only Fish In Days That End In Y
 
aFineCatch

Joined: 10/25/2004
Posts: 809
 posted 08/13/2006 01:58 AM  

Very strange Friday report. The Viking did much,much better than that report would indicate.
 
aclops

Joined: 03/24/2005
Posts: 74
 posted 08/13/2006 03:00 AM  

Viking SAT block Island Fluke special was aswome!!!
 
VikingFleet


Joined: 03/09/2004
Posts: 1921
Location: Montauk, NY
 posted 08/13/2006 05:36 AM  

SATURDAY AUGUST 12

Porgy fishing was very good according to Captain Dave. The pool was won by Ismet Dodic of Brooklyn, NY. Some blues and sea bass in the mix.

Captain Paul reports a good morning of fishing on the fluke trip. The pool was won by Raz Nam Kim of Sunnyside NY with a 5.1 pound fluke. Second place went to Rollo J Esposito jr a 12 year old from Pawling NY who caught himself a 4.11lb fluke. The action continued to be good on this afternoons trip with some nice fluke coming over the rails. First place in the pool went to Gary Kolesar of North Patchogue who caught himself a 4.11 pound fluke. Second place went to Barbara Heine of Montauk with a 4.8 lb fluke.

Striped bass fishing was good last night. We had both the Viking Star and Viking Starship out. Good action and many people limiting out. Fred Longo won first place with a 31.3lbs striper and second went to Zack Longo with a 29.9 pounder.




Celebrating 75 years of Fishing!
No one does it like a VIKING!
Catching fish since Grandma was a Girl.
Imitated yes; never, never, never duplicated.
While others imitate, we innovate!
 
VikingFleet


Joined: 03/09/2004
Posts: 1921
Location: Montauk, NY
 posted 08/18/2006 10:28 AM  



TUESDAY AUGUST 15

Fluke Fishing had some tough tide condtions this morning which definatly slowed down the action. However Captain Steven Jr reports that there was still a decent pick and plenty of shorts. Rich Moran of Quogue NY was the winner of the pool with a 1.75 lb fluke The afternoon saw improved action and some really nice size fluke coming over the rails. The winner of the afternoon pool was Peter Kelly of Pound Ridge NY who had a 6.95 lb fluke.

Porgy Fishing also saw some tough condtions and not too many nice size keepers though some guys filled their buckets.

We had very rough seas for our Night Bass trip this evening with tough condtions making for a slow pick. We did land about a dozen nice size keeper Bass though. Kristen Spielmann of ST. James NY was the pool winner with a 22.3 pound striper.




Celebrating 75 years of Fishing!
No one does it like a VIKING!
Catching fish since Grandma was a Girl.
Imitated yes; never, never, never duplicated.
While others imitate, we innovate!
 
VikingFleet


Joined: 03/09/2004
Posts: 1921
Location: Montauk, NY
 posted 08/18/2006 10:30 AM  




WEDNESDAY AUGUST 16

AM fluke fishing saw some good action in the early part of the day but then the tide changed and fishing slowed down. Carrie Bloom of White Plains NY was the pool winner with a 3.5 pounder. Second place went to Terrie Randall of Mount Sinai NY with a 3 pound fluke. The afternoon saw some more good action again. The pool winner in the afternoon was 12 year old Kyle Williams of City Island in the Bronx who landed an amazing 8.2 lb fluke. Good job there Kyle. Check out Kyles fish in the photo gallery.

Porgy fishing picked up some what from yesterday with more keepers. The pool was won by Artie Blenk of East Moriches with a nice 2 pound porgy.

Captain Steven and Mate Eric report a slow day of fishing on the all day Block Island jumbo Sea Bass and Porgies caused by the difficult condtions. The pool winner was Chris Grech of Bayside NY with a 7.1 pound fluke.

Captain Steve JR reports a slow night of Bass fishing. First place in the pool was won by Louis Denet of the Bronx NY with a 21.8 pound bass. Second place was taken by Brian MCCue of Bayshore NY with a 19.2 pounder.





Celebrating 75 years of Fishing!
No one does it like a VIKING!
Catching fish since Grandma was a Girl.
Imitated yes; never, never, never duplicated.
While others imitate, we innovate!
 
VikingFleet


Joined: 03/09/2004
Posts: 1921
Location: Montauk, NY
 posted 08/18/2006 10:30 AM  

THURSDAY AUGUST 17

Porgy fishing was really good today, the best we have seen in a while and they had plenty of nice size fish on the boat. Dennis Jones of Hempstead NY caught a 2 pound porgy to win the pool.

Night Bass fishing continued to be slow again tonight. The pool was won by Bob Long of Montauk NY who had a 18.2 pound bass. Second place went to Doug Seay of Bridgehampton NY with a 16.4 pounder.






Celebrating 75 years of Fishing!
No one does it like a VIKING!
Catching fish since Grandma was a Girl.
Imitated yes; never, never, never duplicated.
While others imitate, we innovate!
 
VikingFleet


Joined: 03/09/2004
Posts: 1921
Location: Montauk, NY
 posted 08/20/2006 06:47 AM  


FRIDAY AUGUST 18

The Am Fluke trip saw some great action with a lot of fish coming over the rails. The pool winner was Michael Barnett of Huntington NY with an 8 pound fluke. Second place went to Bill Paola of Deer Park who had a 4 pound fluke. The afternoon fluke fishing was great as reported by Captain Steve Jr. Lots of QUALITY fish on the boat. Larry Miller won the first place pool with a doormat of a fish weighing in at 11.10lbs! Amthony Modica took second place with a 6.45lbs fluke.

Porgy fishing was great today with lots of action and some nice size fish reports Captain Dave. Delfin Buizon won the pool with a 2.5lbs scup.

Eric Cropper won the striper pool with an 18.1lbs fish.




Celebrating 75 years of Fishing!
No one does it like a VIKING!
Catching fish since Grandma was a Girl.
Imitated yes; never, never, never duplicated.
While others imitate, we innovate!
 
VikingFleet


Joined: 03/09/2004
Posts: 1921
Location: Montauk, NY
 posted 08/20/2006 06:48 AM  

SATURDAY AUGUST 19

On the night bass run Captain Steven Jr reports a tough evening with Bill Mack of NYC winning first and second place in the pool. Action should pick up with the new moon hitting this week.

The morning fluke trip was very good according to Capt. Paul. We had 40-50 keeper fluke today to 5.05lbs. Justin Euliano won the first place pool and TJ Staib, age 12, was second with a 4.4 pounder. The afternoon fluke trip was also good with plenty of action and some really nice size fluke up to 8 pounds. The pool was won by Joey La Rosa with an 8 pound fluke. Don Wender of Melville NY won second place with a 6.6 pound fluke.

Porgy fishing continued to see some good action but not the quality and quantity that we saw come over the rails yesterday. First place pool winner was Eddie Perez of Shirley NY with a 2 pound porgy. Second place was taken by Eddie Correa Jr of Montgomery NY with a 5 lb blue fish..




Celebrating 75 years of Fishing!
No one does it like a VIKING!
Catching fish since Grandma was a Girl.
Imitated yes; never, never, never duplicated.
While others imitate, we innovate!
 
VikingFleet


Joined: 03/09/2004
Posts: 1921
Location: Montauk, NY
 posted 08/21/2006 05:39 PM  

MONDAY AUGUST 21

Fluke fishing was fantastic this morning. We had some very nice fish to 9lbs on our morning trip. The 9 pounder was caught by Michael Maffucci from Fairfield CT. Second place went to 11 year old Matthew Filer who got a 4.7lbs fluke. Hank Lackner, 12 y/o, had a couple of 8 pounders, and Kobi from the galley had a nice 7lbs fluke. The afternoon trip was tough, and due to conditions the action wasn't as plentifull as this morning

Porgy fishing was good with plenty of fish coming over the rails. Willie Alexander from North Carolina won the pool with a 2.5lbs porgy.



Celebrating 75 years of Fishing!
No one does it like a VIKING!
Catching fish since Grandma was a Girl.
Imitated yes; never, never, never duplicated.
While others imitate, we innovate!
 
VikingFleet


Joined: 03/09/2004
Posts: 1921
Location: Montauk, NY
 posted 08/23/2006 11:50 AM  


TUESDAY AUGUST 22

Fluke fishing was tough enough for the day with Anthony Apperto of Brooklyn winning the pool with a nice 4.5 pound fluke in the morning. Second place went to William Sikis of Stanford CT. IN the afternoon we had Julie Shiel of Kinnelon NJ land a nice 3.1 pounder for the pool, and Nick Stallon of Sayville came second.

Porgy fishing saw some solid action for the day with some nice fish landed.

On the night bass boat Capt. Steve jr. reports a big improvement since last week, few fish in the 20 lb range. George Jehn caught his limit of fish to 27 pounds! This week looks promising with fair tide for most of the week and a few fish showing up.




Celebrating 75 years of Fishing!
No one does it like a VIKING!
Catching fish since Grandma was a Girl.
Imitated yes; never, never, never duplicated.
While others imitate, we innovate!
 
VikingFleet


Joined: 03/09/2004
Posts: 1921
Location: Montauk, NY
 posted 08/23/2006 11:51 AM  

WEDNESDAY AUGUST 23

Full Day Fluke Update!!! Fishing is phenomenal reports Captain Steven! The boat has over 60 keeper fluke to 7 pounds! Tune in this afternoon for the full report.




Celebrating 75 years of Fishing!
No one does it like a VIKING!
Catching fish since Grandma was a Girl.
Imitated yes; never, never, never duplicated.
While others imitate, we innovate!
 
VikingFleet


Joined: 03/09/2004
Posts: 1921
Location: Montauk, NY
 posted 08/24/2006 05:27 PM  

WEDNESDAY AUGUST 23

Full Day Fluke and Sea Bass Update!!! Fishing is phenomenal reports Captain Steven! The boat has over 60 keeper fluke to 7 pounds, and we limited out by noon.The action was non- stop. There was also some sea bass in the mix to 4lbs. Joseph Davarchi won the flukepool with a 5.75lbs fish. Robert Curiale won the sea bass pool.

Half day fluke fishing got off to a slow start. The last few drifts made up for it with plenty of fluke coming over the rails. Nick Cerrato won the pool with a 6lbs fluke and Tom Kelly took second place with a 5.5 pounder. The afternoon trip turned out great with plenty of action and keepers on the boat. Sean Gurl, age 6, won the first place pool with a 6lbs fluke and second place went to George Bender with a 4lbs fluke.

Porgy fishing was tough today, according to Captain Dave. Ted Stylianou from Queens NY won the pool with a 2lbs porgy.

On the night bass boat Eric reports a steady pick all night. First in the pool wen to Katalin Koloszar of Astoria Queens, and Chuck Beehan of Bayshore came second. The new moon is with us at the moment and fishing is improving.




Celebrating 75 years of Fishing!
No one does it like a VIKING!
Catching fish since Grandma was a Girl.
Imitated yes; never, never, never duplicated.
While others imitate, we innovate!
 
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