MAY 24, 2019 - A NY BIGHT INSIDER FISHING & MARITIME PICS STUFFED INTO THE EMAIL ROUND BIN: TIME TO PULL THEM OUT (THIS WILL BE CONTINUOUSLY UPDATED)

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Postby EC NEWELLMAN » Wed Jun 10, 2020 9:21 pm

Captain Jimmy of the JAMES JOSEPH fleet sent me a few pics, the first an old one from Long Island columnist and fishing book author Nick Karas...

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On the morning JAMES JOSEPH charter trip, an easy limit on one pass with the best finder ever made....

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Captain Jimmy sent this one from the JAMES JOSEPH II afternoon "offshore fluke" trip...

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This is one of the few benefits of having run FISHING UNITED .com over the decade, and it is in friends who reach out with a "how are you doing" message and sending along a few pretty neat pics....She may be a long ways away from the Garden State, but more importantly that she is doing really well....

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Postby EC NEWELLMAN » Wed Jun 10, 2020 9:29 pm

I love receiving fishing pic from the GOMaine, and the Codkiller was kind enough to send one in with a short report of some pretty damn good 'offshore' fishing on the Scout. Big haddock "ruled the day" and a very special fish came up and over the rail.....

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Postby EC NEWELLMAN » Thu Jun 11, 2020 6:55 pm

Thanks to Nick who sent over these pics of Maganzini Bros. Cutlery, and I had to do a little research on the origin of the company. A noted Medford Massachusetts brand started in 1989 that actually began when the father had a knife sharpening business for the Boston-Quincy Market. The company had manufactured a number of commercial chef-standard meat & fish knives, but the primary business of Maganzini is in sharpening various brands of knives for various food outlets. I did not see this particular knife being sold, and this may be a vintage knife which should be stored away in a safe place.....

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Thanks to Chris who went over to the BUNNY CLARK dock in Oqunquit, ME since he believed that Captain Tim and the boat would be at the dock with a steady 25 knot wind with gusts up to 29 knots on Jefferies. It seems that someone went fishing though.........

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Postby EC NEWELLMAN » Sat Jun 13, 2020 10:11 am

Captain Jimmy and the JAMES JOSEPH continues to catch quality fluke...

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Captain Jimmy also passed along a image of this fish being spit up by all the striped bass he caught yesterday. Does anyone know what this is, and you the answer will surprise you in seeing this species in Long Island Sound....

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Marc FISHARK from FISHARK ADVENTURES was with Captain Phil on the LADY MERRILEE III, and they took a long steam offshore. Marc said it was worth it as they caught on average the largest haddock of the season as well as some monster cusk. Over 100 cod were caught and sent back along with a number of bow-wow big puppies coming up in the catch....

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Postby EC NEWELLMAN » Sat Jun 13, 2020 9:44 pm

Captain Rob of the CAPTREE PRINCESS sent this image over this morning of some biscuit readings over one of the near local drops. The opening for NYS at the end of June cannot come quick enough....

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Danny G. on the VOYAGER took this pic of Larry holding one of the rarest of fish, an albino congo bunny. I just wonder if it taste any better than the run of the mill nuisance which we sometimes cannot get away from when bottom fishing...

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I had to drop by the OCEAN EAGLE V in the Bay to give out two winning raffle winners their prize, and saw Captain Greg, Geoff, Tommy and Chris on the boat. They just happened to cut the pool winning 3 lb 4 oz red hake, and in the belly there was one dozen, 12 small squirrel hake besides 2 small rock crabs. Captain Greg came outside to look at the display of smaller squirrel hake that were inside the belly of just one ling, and he was as surprised as all of us that one fat-belly ling could capture and eat this many of its close brethren.

I should add that there has been a surprising number of silver hake around too, and this seems to be a season with the most abundance of whiting seen since early in the 90s …..


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A little heads up here as we have 15lb class alberts coming up along the westside of the Hole and mixing in BFT and bones. Trolling seems to be the ticket along with being out there just before dawn as the hot bite wraps up early once the sun comes up....

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Captain Michael Ardolino of the HUNTER in between trips. Anyone looking to get on a trip must give him a call to make reservations as he has been booked or pretty close to it since the closure was lifted here in the city....

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Frank on the MJIV and Captain Tony 'Pelican' over at the MJV fishing on the ling and sending everyone home with some very tasty dinners....

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A big bonus here thanks to Frank who sent this image over from a friend and his wife who target tournament winning summer flounder and boated this beast. This doormat bottomed out a scale at over 15 lbs, and we all are wondering what the official weight is. The length is in the range of 30 inches long, and it was caught in a nearby area which is very well noted over the past decades of giving up 'DD' fluke over the decades....

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Postby EC NEWELLMAN » Sat Jun 13, 2020 9:56 pm

Captain Jason Colby of LITTLE SISTER charter out of Quincy, MA., sent over this late report:

Every year, no matter how good or bad the fishing is, I seem to fall into a few days of "funk" where we can't catch much. That started for all boats flounder fishing the area on Sunday morning (06/07) and lasted until Thursdays "wind event." During that spell, we had 3/4 limits at best with several trips squeaking by with only 1/2 limits (and I don't want to talk about the horrid trip I cut a bit short with only 5 fish total!)…

That all ended with a bang on Friday morning when we returned to limit catches for the next 4 trips in a row! The fish are here and they are eating!
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Postby EC NEWELLMAN » Sun Jun 14, 2020 8:13 pm

We finally did receive an official weight for Eva with this very locally caught doormat that went over the 14 lb mark. Some fish for this area....

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Postby EC NEWELLMAN » Sun Jun 14, 2020 9:00 pm

Captain Steve of LADY M - charters NY & NJ said what a difference a day makes with the biscuit fishing picking up today, with some other bottom fish mixing in......

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Postby EC NEWELLMAN » Mon Jun 15, 2020 10:23 pm

What a fluke and striped bass fishing June this has been for Captain Jimmy and Captain James with a number of families on the JAMES JOSEPH making their limits on most trips over the last few weeks...

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Captain Joe on the KING COD told me that the Moriches Bay fluke fishing has finally become more consistent and finally with the jumbo's becoming more common at this time of the season...

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Captain Michael Ardolino of the HUNTER highly recommends to make your reservations a few days prior to when you wish to go as the local striped bass and blue fishing is very good at this time in June....

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Captain Steve of TOP HOOK charters - MTK said despite the conditions the fluke fishing is improving and this weekend an almost 'DD" was landed. Official dock weight though was 9 lbs and 14 oz, still what many would consider a doormat....

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Thanks for Bob passing this along with one special fish, a GOMaine butt caught a few days ago....

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