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captree pride post -- does this make u guys sad?

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twnyc

Joined: 08/29/2012
Posts: 29
 posted 10/16/2013 09:55 PM  

Makes me a little sad to see so many stripers. just seems a little irresponsible. Am i overreacting? serious question

http://www.noreast.com/postedreports/view.cfm?region_ID=33&id=167083&water_ID=1&fishingType_ID=0&startRecord=1&orderby=date&daysold=30
 
movetheboat

Joined: 12/14/2003
Posts: 8943
 posted 10/16/2013 10:00 PM  

It makes me sad....sad I wasn't thereToungue


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Q U SOLDIER


Joined: 12/16/2001
Posts: 1319
Location: north fork
 posted 10/16/2013 10:02 PM  

Awesome answer!!


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srg44mag


Joined: 10/02/2004
Posts: 767
 posted 10/16/2013 10:02 PM  

movetheboat wrote:

It makes me sad....sad I wasn't thereToungue

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DarthBaiter


Joined: 05/24/2003
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 posted 10/16/2013 10:05 PM  

movetheboat wrote:

It makes me sad....sad I wasn't thereToungue


Well, I'm mad, mad as hell...




...I wasn't there either. Smile




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 posted 10/16/2013 10:05 PM  

twnyc

Hi,

It is okay to feel sad just as it is okay for the anglers catching the stripers to be elated.

Remember there are many days that fish are not caught so hopefully over time it all evens out. Many families will have a very fresh fish dinner and that is good.

Neil


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treypescatorie


Joined: 08/27/2001
Posts: 1346
Location: Moriches Bay
 posted 10/16/2013 10:26 PM  

To me it doesn't make a difference if it Bass, Bluefish or Jelly fish. If there going to be eaten its OKup. If there going to be wasted its not OKdown.
 
sssurfertim


Joined: 01/03/2007
Posts: 846
Location: amityville
 posted 10/16/2013 10:42 PM  

Kill'em All!

Right?Frown
 
b350tman


Joined: 08/22/2002
Posts: 66
Location: Champlin Creek, East Islip
 posted 10/16/2013 10:51 PM  

the PB'S have been doing well, the sand eels are in thick and so are the bass on them I was out S. of Cherries the other nite on my boat and have never seen such a feeding frenzie of keeper bass on the eels . Last year after Sandy the Captree fleet was shut down..maybe this bite will make up for last year
 
Peteroc317

Joined: 05/22/2010
Posts: 778
 posted 10/16/2013 10:54 PM  

twnyc wrote:

Makes me a little sad to see so many stripers. just seems a little irresponsible. Am i overreacting? serious question

http://www.noreast.com/postedreports/view.cfm?region_ID=33&id=167083&water_ID=1&fishingType_ID=0&startRecord=1&orderby=date&daysold=30



So it's irresponsible for these people to take two fish per person but its not irresponsible for you to take 45 porgies in THREE hours on 9/29/12. Sounds to me you're being a little selfishFinger
 
twinscrew

Joined: 09/09/2009
Posts: 6364
 posted 10/16/2013 11:11 PM  

And all these surf guys have been reporting they see bait but there's nothing on them.

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hauler


Joined: 03/12/2002
Posts: 3788
 posted 10/16/2013 11:20 PM  

Makes me a bit concerned and somewhat sad. There are a lot of big fish being taken out. jMO

I do find it funny that recs want to puke, vomit, call the DEC when an east end haul shows thirty bass on the beach, which also makes me sad. But decks fills of big bass on more then one party boat, on both AM and PM trips, with titles with massacre and slaughter in them get praised. I know it's within the law but IMO adds up to a lot of dead fish regardless of where they end up.

Happy PB Capt can make some hard earned money. Lots of fees, permits and regs along with the increased overhead and a crawling economy hurting their biz. But you asked and yes it concerns me. Don't want to see bass languish like they did years ago and I want my son to keep seeing the fruit of our sacrifices.


This post edited by hauler 11:21 PM 10/16/2013
 
Q U SOLDIER


Joined: 12/16/2001
Posts: 1319
Location: north fork
 posted 10/16/2013 11:28 PM  

My friend had the best name on his boat .... It was a beauty of a mako 23? CC.
Called ---- Quityourbitchen. Spelled a little different tho...

My point is

Quit your damn bi"*^^n.

Fish are here!! Feeding and blitzing and pulling and tuggin and so on

People go out and fill a few boats and take a few bass!
That's how fishing works!!! You got good days/weeks and bad days/months

It's not always a slaughter.
It's not always a railed boat
It's not always filled with sharpies that caught their share of bass.
It's a few hundred different people taking a few thousand fish in a few hundred hours of a few thousand hour fishing season.

Jiggin bass is fun.
Eating bass is delicious
And just witnessing the mayhem on the boat is worth every penny

These are the good days that get us through the not so good days.

I wish I was there filling up my freezer!

You guys mind


Get Fish or Die Trying!!

This post edited by Q U SOLDIER 11:42 PM 10/16/2013
 
FishScale


Joined: 12/10/2009
Posts: 5200
Location: A-team
 posted 10/16/2013 11:36 PM  

The A-team is all about heavy warfare!!

We live for this kind of trip...

What is this sissy nonsense ToungueToungueToungue




 
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