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Capt_Jay
(Angler)
2/8/03 02:36 PM
Notes from Feb 5th [Post#: 1041 ] Reply to this post

Folks, time is running for catching those stripers! We had a one person party on the 5th & he spent the morning with us casting for stripers in the birds. Mr. M. was fishing with light tackle & had a fish on most casts. When he brought a fish to the boat...there would be 3 or 4 MORE FISH FOLLOWING the one that was hooked. The fish caught were in the 12-30lb. range. The other scenery was good too as we saw hundreds of birds & a few whales. We still have some open dates but like I said...TIME IS RUNNING OUT! Give us a call at 252-473-1281 or 252-423-0129 or e-mail me to book a trip before you are saying "I wish I would have..."
Capt Jay Roberson
info@seaductioncharters.com
www.seaductioncharters.com



Anonymous
(Unregistered)
2/8/03 08:39 PM
Re: Notes from Feb 5th new [Post#: 1042 / re: 1041 ] Reply to this post

Where abouts is all this fishing taking place. Here in NY the season ended Dec 15. I might take a winter break if the fishin is that good.
Dan
in Massapequa



Capt_Jay
(Angler)
2/9/03 05:26 AM
Re: Notes from Feb 5th new [Post#: 1043 / re: 1042 ] Reply to this post

Dan, the fish move up and down the beach with the water temp, food , exc, we cover a lot of ground looking around to find then . we give 100% to make our party happy and find the fish just look for the boats good luck give me a call if you want to book the boat thanks Capt. jay roberson keep checking the web site. www. seaductioncharters.com




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