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Date posted November 19, 2007 4:05 PM
Posted by allfree
Report location New York > Moriches > not today
Fishing method Boat
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Headed to the inlet today, but a strong wind made for unfavorable drifts (and cold people) in the inlet. Stayed out an hour or two, a few drifts through the inlet, and drifted through the west cut a few times soaking an eel, no action.

Hope to get a full day in Wednesday when my girlfriend can join me when the wind is supposed to calm down a bit.

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Joined: 09/08/2006
Posts: 28773
 11/19/2007 05:09 PM  


a better day then me. i went to 2 bait stores witch were both closed after workReally
so tomarow im going to smiths point bait shop buy a dozen eels put them in the cage i made. send them down at the dock next to my boat in the water and hope they live a weekup

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This post edited by edvac 05:10 PM 11/19/2007

Joined: 12/02/2005
Posts: 1129
Location: Miller Place, NY
 11/19/2007 05:11 PM  

I can see it now...

...its 2AM and looks like a scene from Jaws, as the terrified eels sit in a cage being rammed by 40lb bass and wolf pack like blues. They are likely to die of heart attacks, the poor slimey guys...

Joined: 07/25/2006
Posts: 39
Location: Delray Beach, FL, Moriches Bay when I can
 11/19/2007 05:15 PM  

LOL very funny Toungue

I've had half a dozen eels in a flow-troll for close to a week a few times, without problems. Something a little bigger is probably better though.

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Posts: 28773
 11/19/2007 05:43 PM  

i had them eels wiggling on my deck for days or at least till the seagulls got emToungue but now they freeze . they gotta go under water
i gotta get CAP GILL or 1 of the boys to teach me the right way to catch them bait fishup

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This post edited by edvac 06:45 PM 11/19/2007

Joined: 08/09/2004
Posts: 2182
 11/19/2007 08:07 PM  

We keep our eels in a five gallon bucket,just drill some small holes all around it snap on the top and hang it in the water next to your boat they will live for weeks with no problem.

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 11/19/2007 08:08 PM  


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Joined: 04/03/2005
Posts: 32
 11/19/2007 08:21 PM  

Ive kept eels in the garage fridge.Moist in a bucket a week easy.After they hit the water alive as ever.Also if they pass on they are still deadly. Frank

Joined: 12/10/2004
Posts: 1931
Location: East Moriches
 11/19/2007 10:41 PM  

Tonight's dinner was caught yesterday in the EAST cut.
Give it a try!

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