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#1 Bystander

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Posted May 17 2020 - 06:16 AM

Is fluke biting already, guys or it’s still too early?

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#2 LarryD23

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Posted May 17 2020 - 06:42 AM

Watch the video beginning at the 14:15 minute mark.

 

https://www.thefishe...ategory&PDIR=12



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Posted May 17 2020 - 08:00 AM

Watch the video beginning at the 14:15 minute mark.

https://www.thefishe...ategory&PDIR=12


Thank you, Larry, great fishing report.

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Posted May 19 2020 - 02:32 PM

Going to do some doc fishing Thursday. Anyone getting any action in the great South Bay?

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Posted May 19 2020 - 05:52 PM

Now this post has me antsy been fishing since I was a Yute growing up in Sheepshead Bay but with no boat I introduced my grandson to the sport by party boating on the Osprey out of Port Jeff we talked about our next trip all winter but El Douchey still has our party boats tied to the dock    FUAC



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Posted May 19 2020 - 08:45 PM

My daughter gets motion sick, so I'm cool with no boats.

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Posted May 20 2020 - 06:55 AM

Going to do some doc fishing Thursday. Anyone getting any action in the great South Bay?

 

 

Now this post has me antsy been fishing since I was a Yute growing up in Sheepshead Bay but with no boat I introduced my grandson to the sport by party boating on the Osprey out of Port Jeff we talked about our next trip all winter but El Douchey still has our party boats tied to the dock    FUAC

 

 

My daughter gets motion sick, so I'm cool with no boats.

 

Also try the bulkheads and piers, at the Captree Boat Basin. Just make sure you have your current Marine Registry form on your person, if you're 16 or older. They can be excellent sites.

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Posted May 20 2020 - 07:03 PM

Also try the bulkheads and piers, at the Captree Boat Basin. Just make sure you have your current Marine Registry form on your person, if you're 16 or older. They can be excellent sites.

Gary

 

What is a Marine Registry Form pardon my ignorance but never heard of this.?



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Posted May 20 2020 - 07:10 PM

For many years I use to hop a little private charter boat out of Manhasset bay named The Swedish Princess. It was owned and operated by a guy named Steve Fallon or Capt. Steve as I use to call him.I swear he looked like Dee Snider of Twisted Sister very Nordic. Wasn't much of a boat but dam did we catch every fish in that bay 10x over.Big blues, lunker Stripers and Fluke, snagged tons of bunker,even caught some weakfish here and there.We never had to go far out of the bay but we always caught our limit and did a lot of catch and release too. Capt. Steve could fish man I swear. Even when things were still and not much action he would pull them up.He moved to Ohio I believe saying he was going to be landlocked. Miss that dude.



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Posted May 21 2020 - 07:14 AM

What is a Marine Registry Form pardon my ignorance but never heard of this.?

 

It was the FREE substitute, for which SASI fought, in place of the fee-based, saltwater fishing license. When you renew your hunting/freshwater fishing license(s), you should make sure that the clerk also has you listed in the Marine Registry, so you can fish saltwater. The Marine Registry is not required, if you fish, soley, from party boats, as their license covers all anglers on board but, if you fish saltwater, in any other way, you need to be in the Marine Registry. You'll receive a "card," which looks like and is attached to your other hunting/fishing license "stubs." The Marine Registry requires annual renewal.

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Posted May 21 2020 - 06:36 PM

Now this post has me antsy been fishing since I was a Yute growing up in Sheepshead Bay but with no boat I introduced my grandson to the sport by party boating on the Osprey out of Port Jeff we talked about our next trip all winter but El Douchey still has our party boats tied to the dock FUAC

Me too, went on so many trips on the Helen H, AmberJack, Brooklyn V, etc. would pull up 2 porgies at a time (fishing on the bridge), this was in the late 70s early 80s. Snapper season was great too in the bay, in July and August. The Manhattan Beach side was good too. Fishing always sucked behind Korvettes and along the walkway to Bay Ridge, never caught shit there.

My last few trips on the James Joseph our of Huntington have sucked, all Sea Robins and shorts.

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Posted May 21 2020 - 06:43 PM

It was the FREE substitute, for which SASI fought, in place of the fee-based, saltwater fishing license. When you renew your hunting/freshwater fishing license(s), you should make sure that the clerk also has you listed in the Marine Registry, so you can fish saltwater. The Marine Registry is not required, if you fish, soley, from party boats, as their license covers all anglers on board but, if you fish saltwater, in any other way, you need to be in the Marine Registry. You'll receive a "card," which looks like and is attached to your other hunting/fishing license "stubs." The Marine Registry requires annual renewal.

Gary

 

And when will there be a fee for the air we breathe? Thanks for the info.



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Posted May 21 2020 - 06:44 PM

Me too, went on so many trips on the Helen H, AmberJack, Brooklyn V, etc. would pull up 2 porgies at a time (fishing on the bridge), this was in the late 70s early 80s. Snapper season was great too in the bay, in July and August. The Manhattan Beach side was good too. Fishing always sucked behind Korvettes and along the walkway to Bay Ridge, never caught shit there.

 

Does anyone remember catching black eels. Not the small ones you use for bait but the anaconda ones?


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Posted May 21 2020 - 06:47 PM

Does anyone remember catching black eels. Not the small ones you use for bait but the anaconda ones?


Yeah, I hit them a couple of times as a kid when going for porgies, my dad loved them (Italian off the boat).

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Posted May 22 2020 - 06:15 AM

What is a Marine Registry Form pardon my ignorance but never heard of this.?

It's free of charge. You can register online and print your registration card as soon as you're done. I just did for the hell of it. Took less than 5 minutes.

 

https://decals.dec.n...izenlicense.htm


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Posted May 22 2020 - 06:34 AM

It's free of charge. You can register online and print your registration card as soon as you're done. I just did for the hell of it. Took less than 5 minutes.

 

https://decals.dec.n...izenlicense.htm

 

Mods:

   Can you make LarryD23's hot link a sticky? Most of us are going to need it, each year.

Gary


Edited by Gary_Hungerford, May 22 2020 - 06:34 AM.

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Posted May 22 2020 - 06:58 AM

you still have to remember to renew it.  I put the reminder in my Iphone and on next year's Wounded Warrior wall calendar.   Finding the link is easy.   Remembering for some of us is not, lol.


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