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2018 season is right around the corner! If you are looking for prime
dates, now is the time! Keep in mind that Weekend dates go first, so
don't procrastinate!! It's been quite the winter, the Cod showed up for
about 3 days, then they were gone! The sad thing is that they were all
good sized fish, not even requiring measurment! Once the bait they're
eating moves through they follow right along, then they are gone. The
water temperature as of the 3rd week of March is 40 degrees, due to all
os these Nor'easters we've been having. Porgy will be the first to show
up once the water warms up, we'll keep you posted on that. |
We were very busy last season, Brian and I really appreciate your business. We are looking forward to yet another great season with more great fishing, and of course lots of good fun and laughs. Try to get your dates together as soon as possible, so you don't miss out on the action!!!
Hope everyone had a good winter, we'll be seeing you soon!!
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New Adios striped bass record
Luke's 60 pounder caught on 7/11/17
Gabriella Civello's (on left) 58 lb. Monster Striped
Bass caught on 8-18-2016. Gabriella at age 19 caught
this fish with no assistance! Great Job Gabriella!!
Kenny Gemelli added to his bucket list with a fish of
a lifetime on 9-10-2016. 500 lb. Blue Marlin was
released with the hook out to fight another day!
Ken Coombs with daughter Marissa and fishing
pal John Ramaschko with a 140 lb. Mako Shark,
43 lb. Striped Bass and a 15 lb. Bull Dolphin (Mahi-Mahi)
caught on 8-3-11
Nancy Tucker, Pam"Rosie" Liu, and Adam Pierce
caught 12 Slammer Stripers 35-45 lbs. They kept
6 and released 6 to fight again on 7-20-11
Wounded Warriors Project annual fishing trip was
a great success on 7-27-11
Dr. Roland Burroughs and good friend Bert Ross
had a banner day on 7-23-11
White Marlin about to be released, note the tagging stick top left.
My father and I, yup, he started me early!
From left to right: Captain Billy Ridgway, me, Ricky Ridgway,
and Fletch Creamer. Big wahoo caught aboard the "Ditchdigger"
while fishing the Bahamas Championship @ Chub Cay.
Cat Cay,Bahamas 53 miles east of Miami. "Tuna Alley"
1941. The good ole days!
Me on the left and Capt. Charlie Harned. we fished the
Star Island Tournament back in '88. He beat me by a mere
26 lbs. Hey, what are good friends for?
My Dad and I with a small Blue Marlin we caught together.
Night Swordfishing off Miami Beach back in '78. This one
tipped the scale at 364 lbs. Yeah, thats me!