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Date posted November 19, 2007 1:32 PM
Posted by MrFlimflam
Report location New York > North Shore > Celtic Quest
Fishing method Boat
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Fished on the Celtic Quest yesterday 11/18/07 (sorry for the late report)



All I can say is what a day! The fishing was awesome and I would suggest you book a trip as soon as you can.



For 50 or so fares the action was nonstop, I would estimate the average fish was between 4 and 5 pounds, with many catching their limits. Get in while the action is hot.



My totals:

15 total fish caught



9 of which were keeper size (I only kept 6 of them since that was all I needed)



My biggest fish Estimated at 10 pounds (the pool winner)



Get Some….





Ps: Ignore weathermen they just keep you from fishing on perfect days when they think it’s going to rain or something.



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Hookinn

Joined: 09/21/2000
Posts: 210
 11/19/2007 06:45 PM  


nice outing. Pool fish, 10lb.er & they did'nt weigh it ? They don't come over their rail everyday. They have a scale , rt. ? I know most boats would want to post that weight. Thats a nice fish & good for you.
 
MrFlimflam

Joined: 05/21/2005
Posts: 6
 11/19/2007 07:58 PM  

Good Times

It was an awesome trip... I don't know if they have a scale on board. I was an Estimated 10 pounds by me holding it up. It could have easily been 11 pounds or 9 for that matter.

The Celtic Quest has never let me down even on those tough days when only a few fish come over the rails its a good time.
 
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 11/20/2007 12:36 PM  

Hookinn wrote:


nice outing. Pool fish, 10lb.er & they did'nt weigh it ? They don't come over their rail everyday. They have a scale , rt. ? I know most boats would want to post that weight. Thats a nice fish & good for you.




FWIW I ahve seen at least a 10 pounder each time I have been out on the CQ for tog this season. The bite is deifnitely heating up there. We had a good outing on Saturday tooSmile


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TheVeteran


Joined: 02/05/2003
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 11/20/2007 01:26 PM  

nice

nice fish ,its common for a ten plus pounder to win awsome u had this one, like capt chris says BRING IT!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! HAPPY HOLIDAYS TO ALL THE VETERAN
 
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