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Date posted May 3, 2010 9:45 PM
Posted by togilator
Report location New York > North Fork > Fishy Business RSA Fluke
Fishing method Boat
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Fished aboard a charter for fluke on The Fishy Business with Capt.Phil Kess and mate Tommy.First off What an incredible boat Capt.Phil runs and Tommy was on his game attending to everybodys needs.This was my first time fishing with Phil and it was first class all the way!

As for the fishing I was very satisfied catching numerous fluke in different sizes.Since we were only able to keep a slot limit size, numerous 21 to 23 inch fluke go back to hopefully fight another day.We boxed 22 keepers on the day in the RSA slot limit of 17 -20 inches.I also bucktailed up the big fish for the day that took a pink white and silver teaser 15 inches up with the standard spearing.After careful measuremants and a quick weight the mini mat went 7.3 lbs.A nice way to start the season,that beautiful fish was released wich was great to see.



My only complaint about this trip was that the RSA fluke had to be purchased by Captain Phil,its hard to believe when ther are more fluke then anyone of us have ever seen including the 70s and 80s that you have to pay for the reasearch st aside fluke permits.Unfortunately the for hire industry has no choice or they will not be allowed to fish at these times.Despite paying for the extra poundage Capt.Phil did not charge us extra for the trip!What a shame,Managemant is working,lets let the charter boat industry and all the private boaters fish!!!



All in all another incredible day that I was able to spend oput on the water with freinds,Thank you,Brooklyn Mike for setting the trip up!




7.3 LB FLUKRE RELEASED ABOARD THE FISHY BUSINESS!

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hooksalot


Joined: 01/02/2009
Posts: 6610
Location: Bay ridge Brooklyn!
 05/03/2010 10:14 PM  

Awesome fluke! well done..tight lines..


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brooklynkeeper


Joined: 09/05/2008
Posts: 387
Location: E. Setauket NY
 05/03/2010 10:16 PM  

Flukilator

Thanks Rob for joining in on the RSA fluke fun on Sunday! Always a pleasure to fish with you and the boys! Mike
 
fishkiller01


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 05/03/2010 11:08 PM  

wow that's a nice flukie........upup


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killatoyota4569


Joined: 06/19/2008
Posts: 1685
Location: Farmingdale, Ny
 05/03/2010 11:16 PM  

Theres a nice fluke havent seen those in a few years,. AHAHAH nice Catch!


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gevans

Joined: 10/25/2006
Posts: 497
Location: New Jersey
 05/04/2010 05:16 AM  

Nice fish Rob.....


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grouperscooper


Joined: 07/31/2008
Posts: 487
Location: Queens, NY
 05/04/2010 09:23 AM  

Nice Fish!!

Great report Rob as usual.A true Doormat great way to start the Flukin season!!up


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schoolman


Joined: 03/07/2001
Posts: 2993
Location: 1000 Nautical Miles West of the Flemish Cap
 05/04/2010 09:34 AM  

I agree, Rob

RSA is a ridiculous concept. There's more fluke out there than both of my grandparents ever witnessed. For the captain to have to pay to be able to fish is absurd. The charter industry has so much working against it, they certainly do not need this. Imagine if they charged Donald Trump $1.65/lb. for the steel he used during the contruction of his buildings.

Nice fish, BTW. Phil runs a great boat and is a terrific guy. Glad you guys had a successful trip. upup


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fish4me


Joined: 09/01/2005
Posts: 16692
Location: Miller Place
 05/04/2010 09:35 AM  

Nice fluke


 
Bill611


Joined: 06/25/2008
Posts: 739
Location: North Sea
 05/04/2010 12:29 PM  

Very nice fish. Glad you had time to get out.
 
dkuf811


Joined: 05/27/2002
Posts: 1283
Location: Selden
 05/04/2010 02:46 PM  

Great Report Rob
It was great to get out and catch some fluke with you guys. It was also my 1st time with Capt Phil and Fishy Business. What a great boat Phil did a great job building her!!!!
Thanks Mike for the invite. Can't wait to do it again!!!


PS Rob I have a great pic of you that I will put up tomorrow on this report!! This way not to many will see itSmileSmile


This post edited by dkuf811 02:48 PM 05/04/2010
 
JC30967


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 05/05/2010 06:24 PM  


Glad it was mentioned who put the meat in the boat, though ToungueToungueToungueToungueToungue


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togilator


Joined: 10/28/2006
Posts: 2523
Location: ON THE CHUNK !!!
 05/05/2010 07:40 PM  

JC30967 wrote:


Glad it was mentioned who put the meat in the boat, though ToungueToungueToungueToungueToungue


Who you kidding you only had 1 slot keeper as I did.All your fish were to big and had to be released!ToungueToungueToungue:It almost reminded me of when Toggy caught his 42 short tog in RI Lol.

All kidding aside youupup definatly showed us all up when it came to quality and quantity,but then again I thought we were a team.Are You joining up with the lounge boys Jay!surprise

Sorry I missed you but I belted this report out in a few minutes before sleep.Shades
 
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