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Date posted July 8, 2015 9:57 AM
Posted by Wolfdog
Report location New York > Central South Shore
Fishing method Surf
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Hey fellas it's been tuff in the streets latley but grind it out and there's some fish to be had. I've Been hopping around a lot lately to get a bite of two. Ok now for the report. I went out this morning and conditions were good, there was a good breeze keeping me cool. Tossed some jigs out and caught one bass. He had broken stripes on his side that looked strange. Caught one cocktail after that. On my second to last cast I hooked up with another bass. As I'm bringing him in I saw that it looked like the same fish that I caught earler. When I was unhooking him I saw the hole in his lip from before. He was in he same spot as he was the first time. He must have went right back to it. I've joked about catching the same fish twice but never thought it would happen.

I guess he didn''t learn his lesson the first time

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Joined: 04/03/2013
Posts: 583
Location: Brooklyn NY
 07/08/2015 06:47 PM  

Double catch

Great job Dan, I too was always couriers if I/anyone could catch the same fish twice. Looks like you have done that in the same trip!
I'd love to know about how much time laps between the catches?
This is just a good example of fish don't always die on a good release.

If you ask me why do I go fishing the answer will always be I'm a Antoine, Antoines go fishing!

This post edited by Shakaantoine 06:48 PM 07/08/2015

Joined: 04/02/2013
Posts: 251
 07/08/2015 10:22 PM  

Thanks Shaka. I was surprised, They couldn't have been more than a hour apart.

Joined: 12/25/2012
Posts: 256
 07/09/2015 12:46 PM  

Good job wolf. That happens on the beach not so much in the bay. Ive caught fish before after releasing them. Bass feed more aggressively on the beach. That is the reason. On the beach they are in chase mode.

Joined: 09/14/2003
Posts: 43
Location: babylon
 07/13/2015 01:01 PM  

looks like a hybrid striped bass. Never seen them outside of landlocked freshwater. Any other ideas about those stripes?

a jerk on one end of a line waiting for a jerk on the other
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