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Date posted June 26, 2015 8:08 AM
Posted by bigguyfishing
Report location New York > Fire Island > ocean
Fishing method Boat
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Took my niece and nephew bass fishing on the bunker pods. After going from pod to pod for three hours and no life we decided to go fluking. After getting them set up I was rigging myself up and my nephew said I got something. I looked up and 30 yards from the boat a 100 pound plus thresher leaps out of the water. Its on 20 pound test and spearing and squid combo. After 2 and 1/2 hour s and 4 jumps he gets the fish to side of the boat for a couple of photos and we released it for another day. As he was fighting this fish I put out my shark pole I had with me and within 5 minutes we had another one on. My niece started fighting this one. After a few minutes she handed it over to me. We got this one to the boat for a few photos and released it. We also had two makos fighting each other around the boat. It was a great day.




thresher on fluke pole


shark


inshore sharks


thresher

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oseasfdn

Joined: 06/03/2015
Posts: 15
 06/26/2015 09:07 AM  

Awesome!
 
Notorious29


Joined: 07/30/2012
Posts: 103
Location: New York bite
 06/26/2015 10:39 AM  

upupnice job I'm sure the kids will be talking about that trip for a while.
 
agatto


Joined: 03/24/2003
Posts: 9
Location: Montauk
 06/26/2015 11:40 AM  

Judging by the gear you keep on board you obviously know what your doing. Everyone is entitled to take their legal limit of any fish. But it takes a real sportsman to take photos in the the water and not at the scales. Not to mention the lessons you are passing on to the next generation of fisherman (women). Great story, great photos, great release, and great job. up


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itsclassictoo

Joined: 07/12/2002
Posts: 59
 06/26/2015 04:38 PM  

nice job thats the way to go. there is no need to kill a fish like that just to show it off at the dock. it's not like i never did it but now i know better. it took a while but i finally got it. a picture is worth a thousand words. great job
 
togtooth01

Joined: 04/02/2003
Posts: 56
Location: Moriches
 06/26/2015 05:46 PM  

Great shots and report!

U never know out there, kids must have a blast!


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mojoe


Joined: 10/01/2001
Posts: 16887
Location: ><)))):> ~~ THE JAMAICA BAY TRIANGLE ~~ <:))))><
 06/26/2015 07:39 PM  

yes that was great!!! Shades,,,3upupups up to you all,,,,, thanks for sharing your day,,be safe out there,><(((:> ~~~~ ><(((:>


EAT FISH AND LIVE LONGER!!!
 
bowarrows

Joined: 07/10/2002
Posts: 167
Location: norwalk
 06/27/2015 03:51 PM  

wow, I am speechless, amazing
 
yarmondo

Joined: 05/01/2015
Posts: 5
 06/27/2015 08:12 PM  

Nice job cap!!
let those sharks live to make baby sharks!
 
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