Plug N Play Charters

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June 19th 2012

6/19/12 by Corey Pietraszek

Today was nice as we had both boats going. Rick, Ralph, and Jim fished with Matt on the big boat and I was able top sneak a quick trip in this morning with Chuck. We both fished the same areas and had about the same results. Most of the stuff was good early due to the cloud cover and I figured with the forecast I would stay in tight while Matt being in the bigger boat could cover some ground. Matt left the dock at 5:30 with one thing in mind…TUNA. We have had solid numbers for the last two weeks with fish anywhere from 40lbs to165lbs and with the radio chatter it sounded like Matt was close to finding the action. The looked for the football tuna for a few hours and then decided to catch up with us on the EPIC bass bite I was enjoying.

Chuck was scheduled for 6 hours but after he found out late yesterday he was flying solo decided to go for a 4hr “quickie” so we ran quick to the area that’s been holding the big girls and right away did damage. Chuck fishes old glass rods in the boat and hooked a HUGE fish on his first cast and it didn’t go well. This fish was well over 40lbs and ran off a ton of line before rubbing him off on the bottom. Well after a regroup and a quick check of hooks and leader we made another drift and went tight again. This time he was ready and had a good hook set and solid drag pressure and after a short fight landed a nice 30lb fish. We did countless drifts with mixed result of mixed fish from 15lbs-25lbs and a few Bluefish before it was time to head back. Matt moved in and got the better part of the outgoing tide and fished with his guys for 4 hours more and did the same. Sounds like while I cleaned the boat I could hear some chatter on the radio of a few 40lbs fish and few others less than 30lbs being released over the next 2 hours before I turned it off and headed home. Sick day of fishing for both boats and the next 3 days should be great with the SW winds and hard tides.


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