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The aftermath
This is the aftermath off the hook to the hand had to cut out with my fillet knife. Bad ending to great morning.
fishing report photo of Bass, Striped photo taken on 7/24/2017 9:02:00 AM contributed by JimmyP

Catch Date: 07/24/2017 9:02 AM

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JimmyOuch, sorry to here about you midhap.
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Starting strong
Started strong left sore lol. Caught 3 30+lbers this morning everything going according to plan until i catch a guppy to the plam with a 30lber flopping around at other end ouch lol
fishing report photo of Bass, Striped photo taken on 7/24/2017 5:22:00 AM contributed by JimmyP

Catch Date: 07/24/2017 5:22 AM

Fish Length (in):37 inches

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Party Of 2 Your Table Is Ready
Another pair of guests invited home for dinner. Caught this pair of keepers yesterday on a late afternoon/early evening trip. Had 6 shorts to go along with them.
fishing report photo of Fluke photo taken on 1/1/0001 12:00:00 AM contributed by Skolmann
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Chicken or fish
Sort of strange that blow toads are still bitting in this heat of the summer. And the fact they are hitting sand flees now that's really shocking.Blow Toads are a very delisous fish and has earn the name chicken of the sea due to there meat looks like chicken thigh. So I ask the question do you like chicken or fish they both are good eating.
fishing report photo of Blowfish photo taken on 7/23/2017 7:44:00 AM contributed by william

Catch Date: 07/23/2017 7:44 AM

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tommy169Hey William. Just cking in. How's the fishing this week? I know my Bassing Brothers R doing the work and having big fun. Raining big time in Jersey this morning. Ck with u later. ????????
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Bridge Fishing
Early morning fishing down Oriegan inlet bridge.
Medium size sheepshead were bitting just before the tide starting to move. Caught some on sand flees.
fishing report photo of Sheepshead photo taken on 7/23/2017 7:30:00 AM contributed by william

Catch Date: 07/23/2017 7:30 AM

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Blitz after blitz part 2
Just better shot of fish
fishing report photo of Bass, Striped photo taken on 1/1/0001 12:00:00 AM contributed by JimmyP
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Blitz after blitz
Another good morning caught five fish this size lost two. This the only one i kept 34lber. Everyone around me hooking up also just a great morning # tightlinesalways
fishing report photo of Bass, Striped photo taken on 1/1/0001 12:00:00 AM contributed by JimmyP
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Dinner Guests
Culled these 2 keeper fluke (summer flounder) out of the 10 I caught yesterday. Also homed, fought and brought to boatside 2 cow nose rays.
fishing report photo of Fluke photo taken on 7/21/2017 12:58:00 PM contributed by Skolmann

Catch Date: 07/21/2017 12:58 PM

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Old Reliable
Yesterday took the boat out to run the last bit of water out of the tank. Low tide and 98 degrees with flat water. Nothing was biting but I couldn't get off the water with out feeling the tug of the line. I knew 1 fish who's never tired of taking a hook and that's the Croaker AKA Old Reliable. I personally don't like them but my neighbors do.
Croakers hit shrimp, squid, cut ,bait the bigger the size the better the fight.
fishing report photo of Croaker photo taken on 7/19/2017 1:55:00 PM contributed by william

Catch Date: 07/19/2017 13:55 PM

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AlgernonThere it is! I'll be trying my luck in this heat next weekend and the weekends after! Do you typically see a slow down in the heat of the summer?
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williamNope if any thing you can count on them. If you can hit a deep hole it will produce bigger ones. And if you like spots . the heat has made them show up earlier
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williamI would try Rudee inlet again that has deep pockets threw out the inlet. Plus the flounder are in there plenty.
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Large Mouth Bass #200
Thanks to Canuck I started logging my catches this year. This is LMB #200 on board my boat for 2017. She dropped by "My Office" for a quick photo op early this morning. Only a few have been larger and a lot have been smaller but all have been welcome. The ever trusty Whopper Plopper was skunked today although whacked hard a couple of times that only resulted in long distance releases. This heavy fattie was caught right on the bank with an dark orange flecked Senko. On hot mornings nice size bass hang right on the bank waiting for treats to drop off foliage. Senko barely got wet before setting the hook. Another great morning on the water.
fishing report photo of Bass, Largemouth photo taken on 1/1/0001 12:00:00 AM contributed by Tdawg
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The rapala strikes again
Have to give credit to the shad scented spray I shot on the rapala for enticing a catfish to bite.
I'll take whatever is biting as long as I don't get skunked!!
fishing report photo of Catfish photo taken on 7/15/2017 7:15:00 AM contributed by Bryan

Catch Date: 07/15/2017 7:15 AM

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Savannah's second time fishing
I took my little girl fishing, and "her" first catch was an eel! Now Daddy has bait...I'll have my boy rig this up for MTK.
fishing report photo of Eel photo taken on 1/1/0001 12:00:00 AM contributed by Shaka Antoine
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JimmyPLike to here stories like this. Just had little girl 2 months ago. So hope she enjoys fishing as much as i do.
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Shaka AntoineMy little girl has no choice fishing is in her blood...she must fish!
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Where's the Bass?
Pickerel and sunnies? Got bass?
fishing report photo of Pickerel, Chain photo taken on 1/1/0001 12:00:00 AM contributed by Sam Caramela
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JimmyI've had days like that but they still beat the skunk.
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williamThey put a good fight.
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Hello mamas and papas
A true sign that the sheepshead are about to bite are the small ones come in 1st. Then the adults slam you and if you can find a hole next to a bridge pilone you will have consist hits small and big. This one hit well I'm always one to share. The small black mussels you see growing or connected to structure. I'll post what the bait looks like and how to rig it later. Not paying attention this beauty almost snatched the pole out my hand.
fishing report photo of Sheepshead photo taken on 7/16/2017 2:43:00 PM contributed by william

Catch Date: 07/16/2017 14:43 PM

Waiting on the Mamas and Papas
Fishing yesterday in Nags head the NC Crew and the rest of the fishermen had to wait out the bad weather from 6am -9:30am before clearer skies. After the rain small sheepshead were hitting. But when fishing structures for sheepshead sand flees and fiddler crabs which are hard to find work best.
(Illegal to harvest them in Va.) So we waited on the momma and papas.
fishing report photo of Sheepshead photo taken on 7/16/2017 10:19:00 AM contributed by william

Catch Date: 07/16/2017 10:19 AM

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Not a total skunk
Even in a foreign country it's hard for a Capt. to bring charters back with out a single catch. This Capt. was no different. So he spent the last hour bottom fishing for snapper. Knowing me I understood the Law of fishing some times you do and some times you don't catch. So I was game to catch what ever. So while others pouted I grabbed a pole and starting catching. I was catching 3-4 lbs yellow tail snappers. On the way back to the dock I explained the shirt I had on its mission and handed out Stackfish Crew Member cards. I was in the DR from 7/8/17 -7/15/17
fishing report photo of Snapper, Yellowtail photo taken on 1/1/0001 12:00:00 AM contributed by william
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JimmyThanks for showing everyone how to Stackfish!
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williamThat's the #1 job of a Crew Member
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Warrant GYellow tail snappers are nice.......thanks for sharing
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AlgernonWhat a trip!
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Deep sea charter Punta Cana
Been a while since my last post. On vacation I couldn't pass up the opportunity to go fishing. Charter target was Mah and sail fish. Fishing 525 feet. Of water on a 48ft boat on good seas.
But it wasn't our day 3knock downs and no hook ups. Well that's fishing
fishing report photo of Other Species photo taken on 1/1/0001 12:00:00 AM contributed by william
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BryanI was wondering what had happened to you! I didn't see you posting anything. I thought you went off the grid!!
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williamDropped my phone oin the pool. I'm back and ready to post.
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Sunday evening tradition
Over the past few years my wife and I have made a Sunday evening tradition of bass fishing then grabbing a brew or two straight after. Always feels good to sit and relax and talk about the fish we catch, or most often didn't catch. Won't trade those Sunday evenings for the world.
fishing report photo of Bass, Largemouth photo taken on 7/16/2017 5:08:00 PM contributed by Algernon

Catch Date: 07/16/2017 17:08 PM

Canuck Net Cam 2
This little Chain Pickerel took on a White Whooper Plopper that was almost as big as him. 2nd one on the #netcam #bos-mon #wwp
fishing report photo of Pickerel, Chain photo taken on 1/1/0001 12:00:00 AM contributed by Canuck
Introducing the Canuck Net Cam
Today I set up my SJCAM to get these sort of action shots. This guy volunteered to be the first to get his photo taken as he entered the net. #bos-mon #bfsvs5 #netcam
fishing report photo of Bass, Smallmouth photo taken on 1/1/0001 12:00:00 AM contributed by Canuck
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TdawgGreat action! How did you mount to the net?
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TerryBCool pic.
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CanuckI'll send a photo, it is easier to show you than explain.
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