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05/06/2014 Capt. Paul ran another Open Boat Striper trip today and had regulars Jenna & Chris along with newcomers to the Bounty Hunter Mike, Aaron & Vinoo. Stopped on the Rocks on the way up a did not read much. We put out the Spoons and landed 1 Bass and then it was over. Paul moved up the line and got the word that the wind against the tide conditions were making it tough for the boats on anchor so he decided to put out the Plugs and stay on the Troll. It turned out to be a very slow day as we only added 2 more Bass to the catch. Finishing up with 3 Bass up to 36". We will be back at it on Thursday. It can only get better once this wind subsides.

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05/04/2014 Today we headed north again with Bounty Hunter regulars John, Ginny, Joe and his 2 sons Joe and Alex on board. We encountered a wicked wind against the tide condition and after 2 hours without a touch we went up on the Troll. Trolling Plugs the crew picked away slowly at some nice size Bass and put together a nice catch of 8 keepers It's always a nice day when fishing with this crew. 6 Spots are still available for the May 8th Open Boat Bass trip. E-Mail or call 732-323-8700 to reserve your day.

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05/03/2014 Had our first day out today. On board we had Joe, Albert, Doug, Chris, Mike and Ed. Paul made the ride up north and set up on some decent reads. The Bass took a while to get started but once they did we were frustrated by pulled hooks and misses. We finally got our first Bass of the season when Joe landed a nice 36" fish. The bass were reluctant to commit on the baits so we had to tough it out with to many fish being missed. We finished the day with 4 Keeper Bass, released several shorts and spent the day with a great crew. Spots are still available for the May 8th Open Boat Bass trip. E-Mail me or call 732-323-8700 to reserve your spot.

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12/20/2013 Capt. Paul ended his 2013 season today. We would like to thank everyone who fished with us this year. Your continued support is appreciated. Also, Thank You to the thousands of you that visited our web site. We will start our 2014 season in April, so don't forget to book your charter early. In the meantime enjoy the Holiday Season and we wish everyone a Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year.

12/05/2013 Don Beshada was on board today along with his daughter Emily. Emily wanted to sharpen her Striper catching skills and practice a little C & R. The ocean was calm with a zero visibility Fog. There were plenty of Bass reads but the Bass were more difficult to catch then yesterday. We called it a day at 11AM and headed for home but in spite of the slow bite Emily and Don landed over 25 Bass all of which were released unharmed. Always a good time when Don & Emily are on board. Don will be back to do some Blackfishing. We will not see Emily until the Spring Bass run.

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12/04/2013 Capt. Paul ran an Open Boat Striper trip today. It was the last Open Boat trip for this year. On board we had Michael, Tom, Frank, Bryan, Trevor and Dave. We headed north but a call from Capt. Jim (Cock Robin) that he was into some good reads made us turn around. Paul got into the Bass quickly and the crew went to work with an assortment of Jigs & soft baits and we had our first Bass on in a few minutes. The bite held up for most of the day and the guy's finished up with well over 100 Bass. All the Bass were released unharmed. Beside the Bass the crew put 18 Blues in the box. It was a nice day to be on the water with a great bunch of guys.

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12/01/2013 The Joe Delesky charter was on board the Bounty Hunter today. We were hoping for an improvement in the fishing but unfortunately it never happened. It was the same story, very few Bass and very little bait within 3 miles. So we ran up between the channels and split the day between Jigging and Trolling. The Jigging did not last long as the bite died at slack water. Up on the Troll we picked an occasional short Bass and finally landed a nice 32" keeper. It was our only keeper Bass for the day. Joe and his crew did however release over 50 Short Bass. It was a perfect weather day to spend with a great bunch of understanding guy's. I'm sure they will be back in the Spring.

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