What a day yesterday, Weakfish boat limits for both my morning and afternoon charters. My morning trip I had the Asselte boys out. We started in drizzle, but finished with a full fish box. They managed a true mixed bag of jumbo porgys and a boat limit of weakfish. The afternoon trip for Peconic Water Sports fared just as well with a boat limit of weakfish, and bag of tasty fillets for the table. Come on out, book a trip, the fish are biting, and the weather is great.
I had the Green boys out today for a morning trip. It turned out to be epic. After a night of rain, and starting in a stiff Northwest wind, we were on the fish almost immediately. Our first drift had half of a 6 man limit on some really nice weakfish, then the second drift sealed the deal - Boat Limit. We moved around looking for some fluke, and weren't disappointed - the boys boated a nice 21" fluke. The remainder of the trip we caught jumbo porgys, sand sharks, sea rob
Took out the Elder family today, Ed, Carol & son Cody who were all visiting from out of town. Even we had less than ideal weather thrown at us, we managed to put together a nice catch. There were plenty of porgy's, two nice keeper weakfish, sand sharks, sea robins, pufferfish, kingfish, and a small fluke to round out the catch. They had a great time with Carol being high hook. Whatever the weather, we can find the fish. Give a call , and book a date.
Had a great striped bass trip last night aboard the "Knot Debaitable" with John Ingrilli. We had some short fish, a heartbreaker loss boat side, and a great slot sized keeper. The sunset was pretty awesome also. The fish are here - book a date, it doesn't get any better than this.
This past week I had the priveledge of delivering the 48 Viking "Sugaree" to it's new home in East Hampton. As a backstory, I have run this boat many times on both fishing trips, and deliveries with the previous owner. We took the boat from Singer Island, Florida on a 5 day adventure up the coast to get her safely to Three Mile Harbor in East Hampton. We ran offshore most days, but spent a day in the intracoastal waterway. The boat made it safely home with no problems to