Plug N Play Charters

Welcome to Plug N Play Charters website. We're off and running this season with some new tactics for all styles of fishing. Whether you like tossing huge plugs into the rocks for monster Striped Bass or drifting some sea-worms along the bottom for Fluke and Sea Bass we can make it happen. We're also going to be offering some harbor tours and beach picnic excursions this season so Welcome Aboard. All feedback is encouraged.

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June 11th 2012

6/19/12 by Corey Pietraszek

Today was a nice trip for me after the long weekend. I was able to sleep in past 3am and get a later then usual start like 7am which was well needed. I had my regulars Tom Lyons and his grandson Sean. These guys love to fish and never complain about anything. Tom really loves to target Bluefish most of the time as they are easy and pound for pound pull harder then any other fish we get in the Northeast. Well today when they arrived I asked Tom while we still had some low light and decent amount of tide left to do a few drifts in a spot that has had some cow bass before looking for Bluefish and he said sure why not lets do it!. Sean was overdue for a big fish and today was the day to make it happen so off we went on the hunt for his first big bass. After getting into the location and setting up the boat I instructed Sean on the best way to cast and work a big lure and he picked right up on it. I then set the boat up and he started to cast where in the direction I told him and not 2 seconds in GAME ON. Bass of all shapes and sizes where coming up and trying to eat the paint of this thing. Sean was instantly tight to the biggest fish of his angling career. He was smiling from ear to ear and couldn’t believe the strength of the bigger fish as he was so used to chasing schoolie sized fish and Bluefish on most trips. After a few minute battle using the heavier tackle Sean’s first ever 25lb Striped Bass was boatside and he was just in shock. When I landed it and handed it to him to hold for pictures he couldn’t believe the size of the fish. We did a few more drifts and landed 4 other fish just like the first one before we lost the tide and the sun got higher making it tough to get the fish to commit to the lures. I then decided to go to the area we have had

Bluefish schools for the last week and just hammered on 4lb-6lb bluefish until Sean and Tom’s arms were tired. Before long Tom asked if we could head in due to both of there arms being tired from reeling in HUGE bass and Bluefish for 3 hours straight. I will never forget what Sean said while we put the bumpers out on the boat before tying up on the way back. “Capt Corey thanks for putting me on the biggest fish I have ever caught and landed…you rock” Sean your very welcome dude and welcome to hunting for big bass kid you life will never be the same LOL!

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