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    Marilyn Jean Charters Frogs On The Boat Owner On The Dock

    DUE TO CIRCUMSATNCES I GOT TO SATY HOME TODAY. Capt. John and George had 6 anglers out and , worked for their supper today . Fished the areas we've been in but the bite was a bit off. A combination of greens and hermits produced 45 keepers and a ton of shorts. all anglers had between 5 and 8 keepers. Bruce had a really nice 10 lbrs there were a few 5 to 7 swung as well with most fish in the 3 to 4 lb range. They wound up fishing 9 drops nothing really took hold but all yielded a few. Now if I could just get the crew to use the camera.

    We are sailing daily and only need 2 anglers too sail Capt. Tony 917 560 8224





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    Yeh a camera really spruces up the day's event! Sounded like they had a good day! steady action. :cool:

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    aM SLOW pM BETTER

    It started slow but with the tide change got better . All in all an ok day So far this year we only had 2 days where we only fished 1 or 2 drops all the rest were multi drop days but all the bottom has held some fish. In a few weeks we will be on the reef and then it will be a little less work . I hope
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    Hi Capt Tony,

    Capt Joey and I will see you soon. Gave him the details yesterday and he is checking his schedule. Will be in touch.

    Capt Neil

    PS, Am trying to get a new rod ready for the trip. It is 5'6", great for fishing close to the water and very capable of moving big tog!
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    Neil it was great today I hope it stays this way. Last few trip they were catching um dead stick , banjoe string tight , bouncing the sinker just any old way . It was truly stupid fishing
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    Hi Capt Tony,

    I saw the pic of that bulldog. What a beauty! I hope you won't be too mad at me if I release a tog that size. I know I'm crazy! Old age!!!

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    Me Mad never

    I would never get mad . The smaller ones are Tastier any how
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