mikemontauk

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About mikemontauk

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  1. Navy Pier is a decent spot. Find a way to rig a light as the pier does not have electric. Shoot for around Mother's Day (plus or minus). Cheers, Mike
  2. Article in 27East stated he was out here for a job interview. Just a crappy end for a young guy.
  3. A marina on East Lake. I certainly get boarded by the CG for safety inspections enough. Mike
  4. Good stuff Charlie. Thanks for the Macro view. Too many have the Micro view. By the way. I never get surveyed. Cheers, Mike
  5. Waves were very good. Clean at Northbar. What made this guy go surf casting up front in March might remain a mystery. http://mobile.easthamptonstar.com/News/2018329/Fisherman-Found-Dead-Water-Montauk-Point
  6. A life well lived. I was fortunate to have met him a few times. A true gentleman and a sportsman. Cheers, Mike
  7. I try and get to NOLA once a year. This year I'm bringing my bride. The hope is that she gets some easier shots and enjoys throwing the fly. I've been down here a bunch of times and its all about the weather. Last trip we had 3 days and the last day (weather was continually warming up) I landed my 1st red over 30#. 2 days in Treme enjoying the food,music and fun. 2 days in Hopedale. Cheers, Mike
  8. Yesterday's walk with the dog. A bunch of Loons, Coopers Hawk and a Snowy Owl. Also nabbed a bunch of SS Poppers and 1 needlefish. New hooks and they'll be back in business! Cheers, Mike
  9. Drone fish don't count! Looking forward to seeing more. Cheers, Mike
  10. Privatization of public beaches through lawsuits. Environmental groups operating under the guise of wildlife protection. Citizens crying for safer beaches. All trying to stop us accessing the beach. But yes......Let's keep up the surfer/fisher debate. Smart move on our part. Cheers, Mike
  11. You will come to a time in the smoke when the temp "stalls" resist the temptation to raise your temperature. To avoid the temptation give yourself hours as a buffer before serving. The meat will stay warm for hours wrapped in foil and placed in a cooler. 225 degrees and let it go. Have fun. Mike
  12. I can't open the pics from the earlier posts. Is that something with my computer or site? Cheers, Mike
  13. That baitball will be in my dreams for a few months! Thank you for posting! Returned from a work week in Vegas and per usual, I'm sick. Going to miss the Edison show. I'm sure you will get a lot of attention with this clip! Cheers, Mike
  14. Thanks for the update. Best of luck.
  15. very slow