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Tuesday, July 6, 2010

July 3rd Canyon Trip

After a long spring of chasing Bass and pulling anchors the crew and I needed a break and pointed the Princess east for our first Canyon trip of 2010. We broke Manasquan inlet just before midnight and were treated to light seas and a blaze orange moon just poking out over  the Horizon.  We pulled into the east wall of the Hudson just as the eastern ski was turning gray.  The crew put the spread out and went on the hunt, the chatter on the radio was that a few fish were being caught here and there and we were in the right place at the right time.   We trolled for several hours, boating a couple of gaffer size Mahi but the Yellow Fin and Big Eye Tuna we came for were not interested in what we had to offer.   By mid morning we decided to switch over to plan “B” which was to do some deep dropping for Tile Fish.  Had we stayed were we where we surely would have scored because I found out later that it turned on big time about 40 minutes after we left, story of my life.   I’m not too upset because the tile fishing turned out to be exceptional, within minutes of the rigs hitting the bottom we had fish on!  For the next two hours the crew and I bailed Golden Tile fish up to 45 pounds.  With our arms measuring several inches longer then when we started and sore backs we left them chewing and headed back to Squan.

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Sorry everyone, I had a very busy couple of weeks and before I knew it several weeks had slipped by without any updates to the reports.  The striper bite remained pretty spotty throughout the month of June.  We managed to boat a few here and there but we never found the all out blitzes we became accustomed to earlier this spring.  Wreck fishing remained phenomenal however, with large Seabass  being the norm spiced up by keeper size cod and a nice showing of large Tog.  Young Miles from Chicago thought he snagged the bottom when he hooked into this ten pound tog and proceeded to follow it up with a yet another nice size humpy seabass. We let the Tog swim free but the Seabass saw the grease!

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