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 1st Report

6/01/13 by Corey Pietraszek

DSC_7885Only way to describe today’s fishing was pretty amazing. Decided after I was not booked to take Harvey up on his offer to jump on his boat and head off the Cape for some bass action and a change of scenery. Forecast looked good so we left super early to try and bet the afternoon winds which can get ugly quick off the Cape. Made the run and right where Harvey had fish the prior day was loaded once again. Most of the bass ranged from 12-18lbs with the occasional big girl in the mix. This activity went on for most of the morning which was awesome to see. Well low and behold we did have tuna gear on the boat ”just in case” as reports of them have been coming in from other guides who have landed some so why not right. No sooner do we start talking about the tuna we see a “poop show” of tuna right next to the bass and make the switch quick from bass gear to a tuna rods. Harv hammers a cast with a Sluggo right into the breaking tuna and not two cranks in gets a “stud” to eat and we are now tight. Great that’s the easy part now we have to maneuver the boat away from the other boats, lobster gear, etc. After about a 20 min fight and dodging pots and boats we notice she’s def not acting right and figure the fish has to be around a pot. Motor up and follow the line for a few minutes and sure enough it is but oddly enough the sheer power and speed of the fish sawed into 2” polypropylene hardware on the base of the lobster gear…I’m thinking no way we’ll be able to get it but sure enough we cut the pot and after a few maneuvers with drag and line and a well behaving fish we manage to get the pot off which was really an amazing team effort. Harv and I start taking turns to see if we can speed up the fight and get some color and a few minutes later POP! I’m thinking which I always have was I bet the Dacron center got cut and sure enough when we reeled the line up it was a single hook on the end which means the fish had the rear hook in it and sawed right thru the Dacron….tough break! Well, we are both glutens for punishment I guess because we get all the stuff rerigged etc and head back to the area we saw the tuna and went tight again not minutes after arriving back on scene. Better lure better rod and I figure no problem…. Well after fighting the fish for 15 minutes and really feeling good about it luck have it this one two broke us off. You win some you loose some but what a solid day of fishing. We released at least 30 beautiful Striped Bass and hooked two HUGE tuna on topwater gear….Happy Times in my book


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