Sir fisher guy

Sea bass jigging question

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Those are some fine looking bass! I’m going to Haverhill Massachusetts in a few weeks to visit my in-laws with my wife, I just might have to convince my father in law to take a trip with me...

 

he told me his friends said the haddock fishing has been fantastic 

 

this is time of year I turn into a shore bound angler, focusing mainly on fluke at various locations I’ve discovered over the years between deal and bay head. 

 

I am going tilefish/rosefish fishing August 2-4, but Ive really been thinking about tuna this fall. I struck out on both trips for tuna last year.... I just settled on two 30 hour Mahi tuna trips. Sept 20  and October 18....

 

 

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1 hour ago, Sir fisher guy said:

 

how deep was the water In that video?

around 30'

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Posted (edited)

When you release 3 lb sea bass, you  know how good fishing is. :)

 

6'i" Black Hole Charter Special Slow Pitch rod/IRT 300 reel are used. The choice of lure is Al Gag's.

 

 

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20 hours ago, Sir fisher guy said:

Conditions looked amazing. I love being on the water in fog... very nice

 

how deep was the water In that video?

Sir fisher guy friend weighted in a 6.9 sea bass yiks:):)forgot to say "Nice fish:)"

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Striper did 

On 6/4/2018 at 9:01 AM, Sir fisher guy said:

For local bottom fish MY list is:

 

1. Blueline tilefish

2. Fluke (+ 3 lbs)

3. Sea Bass

4. Haddock or cod

5. Tautog

 

Striper did not make the list?:):)

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Yeah I like it, it’s just not in my top 5. It’s got good flavor and it holds up well to any type of cooking, but sometimes it seems like a lot of chewing is required to eat it. 

A 15 lb stripper gives up a lot of meat, and while you can freeze it, it doesn’t freeze as well as some other fish. It’s more fish that I can eat....

 

Even a thirty inch fish is a lot. 

 

When if fishing the shore I throw everything back... except the occasional fluke lol

 

 

 

 

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