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 NEWELL MAN » Fri Nov 20, 2020 5:25 pm

Captain Chris Cullen, owner/operator of the ISLAND CURRENT - Snug Harbor Marina, Rhode Island sent over these pics of quality-size tog. There is no doubt that the black fishing off Rhode Island is limit-filling at this time....

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If you know how to use 'ranges,' you will have a good idea on where this drop is located....

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Postby EC NEWELL MAN » Sat Nov 21, 2020 10:38 pm

As Captain Kenny Higgins told me the other day, one trip could be all blues, the next a mix and others strictly picking through different size rockfish to find slot limit fish....

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Captain Jimmy holding up a rare keeper Long Island Sound cod....

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This Saturday was a very tough day on the blackfish grounds here in the NY-NJ BIGHT. In speaking with two captains, it was some of the most trying fishing - which should not happen at this time of the season. It does seem that Captain Greg of the OCEAN EAGLE V found a few, and this looks like this was the best fish for today's trip...

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Postby EC NEWELL MAN » Sun Nov 22, 2020 8:25 pm

Captain Pat of the CAPTREE PRINCESS holding what used to be a 'keepa' in 2019. There still seems to be more schools of mixed sized rockfish coming through the Fire Island area...

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Captain Michael Ardolino of the HUNTER continues to have excellent inshore fishing at this time. I do not know how long it will last, but for those who are looking to enjoy the last of the inshore black fishing, now is the time...hint, hint....

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This was not a pretty November Sunday as many of us experienced today, but Captain Jimmy on the JAMES JOSEPH drilled out some nice blackfish by the end of the trip....

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Postby EC NEWELL MAN » Mon Nov 23, 2020 8:43 pm

Captain Paul, son of Captain Dave Paris, getting ready to shove off on what would be one of their best long range offshore wreck trips this weekend. How good was it? Well, I will be eating some sweet biscuit fillets over the coming day.....

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Postby EC NEWELL MAN » Tue Nov 24, 2020 7:37 pm

Depending on where you fished today, I had different reports, but there is no doubt that Captain Greg of the OCEAN EAGLE V had a few pre-Thanksgiving tog - and yes that is Big Bobby OE in the background of the first image as you can tell with the well worn Camber pullover.......

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I did speak to Captain Rob of the CAPTREE PRINCESS this afternoon, and he said besides the continued mix bag striped bass and blue fishing continuing, he will start heading offshore wreck fishing come this Friday......

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Postby EC NEWELL MAN » Wed Nov 25, 2020 9:39 pm

Captain Jimmy of the JAMES JOSEPH told me about fishing a deep water wreck in Long Island Sound the other day, and sure enough there were big sea bass on it as you can see in a size comparison to the blackfish. Hard to believe that BO's are still around in that area of the Sound right before Thanksgiving...

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The OCEAN EAGLE V and Captain Greg continue to drill out some big unit blackfish, and from what I heard in the most unlikely of areas - at this time of the year....

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That's Chris M. on the CAPTAIN DAVE III with the net on a nice doubleheader, and Captain Paul has expanded his trip schedule with some new trips for December:

You Guys asked for it and you got it! We Have added two more 20 hr, 60-80 mile wreck trips to the schedule.

- Friday Night December 11th into Saturday night December 12th

- Friday night December 18th into Saturday Night December 19th

Both trips are limited to 35 people so reservations are a must! The fare is $175


Some more up coming trips:

- Thanksgiving special: 6am to 2 pm fishing for black fish $70 fare

- Sunday December 13th Big pool Blackfish trip, $100 fare $100 pool white crabs included, 35 man limit

- Wednesday December 16th to Friday December 18th two Day Tilefish/ sea bass freezer filler combo trip 22 man limit $475 pp

- Sunday December 20th 5am to 5pm cod/tog combo trip 35 man limit $125pp


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By the way, this is how those Captain Dave III offshore biscuits look when cooked

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Captain Greg of the YANKEE CAPTS is passing along that after the extended maintenance and unsettled weather window, the long range trips will begin - https://yankeecapts.com/trip-calendar/

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Postby EC NEWELL MAN » Fri Nov 27, 2020 11:06 pm

Captain Jimmy as a 'youth' of the JAMES JOSEPH sent me another of the early 70s cod fishing his family used to do off Montauk....

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I talked with Captain Rob of the CAPTREE PRINCESS both in the morning and evening, and lets just say that everyone went home very happy after today's offshore wreck trip. Please excuse the one shaky pic Rob sent over. Tomorrow though it will be casting and jigging stripers and bluefish which are still coming by in sight of land....

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Up in Cape Cod today, and let's just say it was everything you can imagine with a fish a cast cod and pollock fishing at a very reasonable water depth....

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Captain Michael Ardolino of the HUNTER having what may be some of the finest late inshore November tog fishing in the area, as you can see....

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Captain Jimmy Walsh of the AMERICAN CLASSIC out of Lynn, MA., is now putting in the overhauled 12-92s - yes 12-92s back into the vessel. This has been some job in restoring the vessel back to where it will be hopefully fishing sometime in the spring of 2021.....

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Postby EC NEWELL MAN » Sun Nov 29, 2020 7:32 pm

Water temps must be relatively warm to see these critters still mulling around our area...

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After talking with Captain Rob of the CAPTREE PRINCESS the other day, there were still signs of bass and blues still coming by the Fire Island area. It now seems after two days of scouting around, the fish have moved off and beyond what would be feasible for local half day fishing. The extended brutal weather forecast for this week adds to this being the end of the season, besides in NYS the rockfish season ends tomorrow for those fishing from the GWB northward in the North River and end Dec 15th in 2020 for those south of the point in state waters within the NYS Marine & Coastal District. Captain Rob did say the offshore wreck fishing schedule is now in effect....

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Postby EC NEWELL MAN » Tue Dec 01, 2020 9:39 pm

As many know, the weather has been brutal the last two days with winds - as I have been told today reaching and gusting over 40 mph. Sea heights have been as high as 15 feet in the Tower area (TEXAS not Ambrose) and one can only imagine that once the weather starts to lay out, it will take another day or two to settle down.

I did receive a report of what has been INCREDIBLE Montauk - Block Island fishing for cod, BO biscuits, pork-sized chops and blackfish where 6 lb tog are common and caught in reasonable depths around 100 ftw. It sounds all-too-good to be true, but in speaking to with one captain who has been fishing with a pin hooking crew, it has been that good until Sunday. Anyhow, this pic was sent in, and this is not a first with a trigger this large in 2020, and this happens to be one of the few pics they took due to the size of this particular fish at this time of the year right at the BI Windmills....


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From Captain Paul Paris of the CAPTAIN DAVE III....

New: 60-80 mile offshore SEA BASS & SCUP wreck trips to the schedule:

Friday Night December 11th into Saturday night December 12th
Friday night December 18th into Saturday Night December 19th

Both trips are limited to 35 people so reservations are a must! The fare is $175


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Postby EC NEWELL MAN » Wed Dec 02, 2020 10:42 pm

I have to thank Dennis M. for passing this cover along from almost 4 decades ago. Notice who the author is, and it predates from when they ordered and had built at Luther Blunt shipyard what eventually became JAMAICA, then ATLANTIS and finally JAMAICA STAR...

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