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Date posted July 18, 2012 11:47 PM
Posted by JAYBASS
Report location New York > Central South Shore
Fishing method Surf
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Long post so we will start with the report.



Monday night had a BIG something break me off. No other hits that night.



Tuesday... Sea robins..., but met up with Bassman and shot the breeze for a bit while chunking. Good seeing you again.



Wednesday Triggers. Someone was supposed to join, but 15 miles was too far for him to drive to get in someone elses truck. Slow pick but managed about 8 or so, 5 which were decent enough to take home and get some good filets. Caught them all on the outgoing, and was hoping the incoming was gonna be better, but with it came the storms, and then the slip gut. Where the hell is all this slip gut coming from all of a sudden. Think Ill hit it up again tomorrow.



Fried up tonites catch with some sauteed sting beens and home made Garlic bread. Partnered with a Shock Top wheat IPA, the citris in the beer really accented the flavor of the fish.



While I was eating I started to remenice about my old man. Although still alive we dont speak very often. I guess it was because I fried the fish. Something my father had always done. I remembered how we used to rent a skiff from old harbor marina or many of the other places like it. My pops had his own 6HP evinrude and it probably saved him half every time. I cant remember a time we were skunked. I remember the fluke had to be as long as the cushions he had to keep. He had one red one and one blue one and they were always hanging with the net, or anet as my father lovingly termed her. My favorite way to eat fish was always fried. It was great to watch him filet all those fluke and them fry them up outside in a plug in fryer. My mother never let him cook fish in the house. Although she would eat fluke if it was fresh, she could not bear the smell of fish in her house (then I go and marry someone with the same terms and conditions, way to go Jay). So I guess it was the fried fish that got me thinking, that in my opinion there is no better way to eat them.



Thanks for teaching me how to fish Pops, my wife will never forgive you. Thanks for teaching me how to filet. Thanks for everything you taught me, especially that it doesnt matter whether your catching fish or not, just that your having a good time. Love ya.




triggers


fried trigger

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yunvfrank

Joined: 08/20/2008
Posts: 11833
Location: Bayside
 07/19/2012 11:20 AM  

Nice going Jay, real nice report there. I too sit back at times remember all the tricks and techniques my old man taught, hopefully I'll be able to one day pass on the knowledge I've learned to my kidsupup Dinner looked good, keep it up. FISH HARD, TIGHT LINES


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SKUNK


Joined: 06/19/2002
Posts: 2342
Location: A-team General
 07/19/2012 12:33 PM  

Sweet job Jay...

An d very sweet emotional post , didn't know you were the emotional type..big hug coming your way from Skunk...I wish my pops was into fishing , i have tried over and over again with no luck..all my so called fishing skills i owe to my older brother Gus..He took me under his wind and showed me the ropes..nice job on the triggers..to bad someone was too lazy to drive 15 miles..they missed out on some triggers..

Great report..

Skunk


 
stpaul7
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 07/19/2012 02:22 PM  

Good story Jay must have had some good times with your Dad . Sorry I did not go next time we should bring the girls ext time Wink



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bryon99

Joined: 08/10/2011
Posts: 7
 07/19/2012 05:13 PM  

NICE STORY

Nice story give him a call let him no you are thinking about him, you will regret it when you are unable too...where do you catch the triggers at...
 
rocko


Joined: 08/02/2006
Posts: 1638
Location: Castlehill
 07/19/2012 07:12 PM  

upup gotta pass it on to your off springs Shades
 
Sidman82


Joined: 04/08/2012
Posts: 13
Location: Suffolk County
 07/19/2012 07:33 PM  

Hope my son will say the same about me when he gets old.
It's are time together when we fish. Good stuff. Nice post.
 
dghosio


Joined: 01/07/2002
Posts: 282
Location: Islip
 07/19/2012 11:09 PM  

upup

I'll bet he enjoyed it just as much. I know I do with Ryan.

Glad my dad got me started too.


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mojoe


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 07/20/2012 09:01 AM  

thanks jay for sharing that,, i miss my father alot,, Roll taught me all the insane things when it comes to fishing Shades,,, also maureens the one that fries the fish up, shes loves the smell in her house surprise,, you stay well,, dad rip,, we love you!!!,, ><Wink))):> ~~~~ ><Wink)):>





EAT FISH AND LIVE LONGER!!!

This post edited by mojoe 09:13 AM 07/20/2012
 
tonyzfishin


Joined: 02/04/2006
Posts: 29505
Location: Raritan Bay NY
 07/22/2012 07:53 AM  

nice catch jay up
 
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