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Date posted September 29, 2014 2:33 PM
Posted by MickieBelle
Report location New York > Montauk > Offshore
Fishing method Boat
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Fished the Viking FiveStar on a 48 hr. tuna/sword trip. We did well but I wanted to thank Capt.. Neil (again) for my Maximizer, now about 7 or 8 years old. Got it primarily as a fluke rod but she's handled blackfish, by-catch blues, porgies and sea bass while fluking and now we add mahi's to the list. No pics but had my limit of 6 to around 10-12 lbs on some drops 70 miles out.



Great trip for our target fish - 6 bigeyes, 24 yellowfins, short sword released and 60-70 lb white marlin also released. Here's a pic of the marlin which I caught on Trophy Tackle pink squid jig. Surprised the hell out of me with its first jump - had no idea what it was until then. Second pic of some of our bigeyes.




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Jillybird

Joined: 09/03/2001
Posts: 2260
Location: Mamaroneck
 09/29/2014 03:41 PM  

Congrats on a successful offshore trip. I'd like to go out on the Five Star. Looks like a great boat.
 
JoeBfishing


Joined: 04/24/2002
Posts: 5384
 09/29/2014 03:55 PM  

Wow! Very nice Bill.Shadesup
 
troller


Joined: 05/13/2002
Posts: 239
Location: mamaroneck
 09/29/2014 04:19 PM  

hiya

Bill, its good to see you are still out there knocking them out. Great catch!! be well. WinkWink
 
Azaiter


Joined: 09/01/2002
Posts: 7598
Location: new york city
 09/29/2014 05:43 PM  

Holly cow ,WTG Bill...2 monsters..upsurprise..Fred.


I love God I love my family I love Fishing I love my country…Love it's everything that make me happy,thanks God for love'<ALSO I'M FAIR WEATHER FISHERMAN>and proud of it.
 
EddieSpaghetti

Joined: 05/05/2005
Posts: 141
 09/29/2014 06:20 PM  

Bill congrats on what sounds like anJ incredible trip. Thanks for the report!
 
whistlefish

Joined: 09/24/2008
Posts: 90
 09/29/2014 08:56 PM  

Great shot of the marlin !
 
MickieBelle

Joined: 11/15/2002
Posts: 1206
Location: New Rochelle
 09/30/2014 09:39 AM  

Thanks fellas. So nice to hear from my old buddies Joe, Ed, Freddy and Eddie. This was a trip I'll always remember; such a variety of sea life and great catches.

Hope you guys are well and it would be great to see you guys before too long. I know I'll be on the back-to-back Memorial Day fluke charters in Port Jeff. Hope you all can make it.

Best, Bill
 
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