What do you think this Fluke, Seabass, Bluefish, Mackerel, Scup/Porgy Fishing Montauk video?
Strong tides and unfavorable winds made this day really tough, the Party boat trip yielded only smaller Keeper Fluke (although pool fish was still 8lb+), I used a 3oz Magictail Buckail in snapper blue color. I only had a couple packs of gulp and the searobins made short work of them, I intended on using mackerel strips as I had good luck with them on a previous trip, and fortunately the mackerel were cooperative and once I stripped them up I was able to stack some keeper size fish, fulfilling my limit and tans limit (tan had one keeper on the day), and I gave my 2 extra keepers to some less fortunate members of the trip who skunked. Whenever the fluke bite was slow I dropped an epoxy jig to the bottom and scored some decent scup.. after the party boat trip we fished with Rich (www.youtube.com/user/fishaholictv247) on his buddy’s boat and caught a decent number of porgy’s and short seabass before trolling around for bass, we didn’t get any bass but we did get a few nice Blues. Too bad my new gopro doesnt work properly and I couldnt get more of the party boat action on video.
Best Gulp for putting keepers in the box:amzn.to/2gQWtGv
Trolling Tubes for stripers/bluefish:amzn.to/2wO50j4
Big Mackerel Colored Mag Darters:amzn.to/2eSkfBk
Cheap Magic Swimmers:amzn.to/2gQ3LKm
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