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Sunday July 14

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Sunset Striped Bass Jigging Trip
Captain Ant reports a decent sunset jigging trip, not a slam but we did catch everything swimming in Montauk.We had a few nice bass,Gorilla Blues, Sea Bas, Scup and Fluke all on the jigs. The pool was won by Kevin Garland with a 17lb striper and Largest edible taken by Rob Illiano from Port Jeff with a monster blue.

Half Day Fluke PM
Captain Ant reports a great afternoon of fishing today! Many fluke were caught with one person limiting out. A couple of sea bass and a bunch of blue fish were caught as well. The pool winner was Rob Illiano From Port Jeff, NY with a 6lb fluke.

Full Day Porgies
Captain Dave reports an over all okay day of fishing today. It was slow in the morning but started to pick up in the afternoon. There were a lot of small sea bass caught and a couple of keepers. There were a couple keeper fluke as well. Porgies were on the smaller side today. The pool winning fish was  a 3lb porgy. The winning fish in the edible pool was a 3 1/2 lb fluke.

Half Day Fluke AM
Captain Ant reports the fluke were flying over the rail and in the pail on the AM trip. We had 2 customers with their limit and many more with 2 or 3. We had a few porgies to 4lbs and even a combo sea bass fluke double header each weighing 3.5lbs. The pool winner was Matt Peterson from NYC, NY with a 5.35lb fluke.

2013 Abyss Trip
Capt Steven just returned with the Starship from the Viking Abyss Original trip and it was good good! We had tiles to 39.9lbs, barrells to 25.3lbs, fluke to 8.8lbs, seabass to 5.9lbs! We had a dozen plus tiles over 20 lbs, 3 over 35lbs, and lots of 8lb-15lb. By the end of the trip coolers were packed with fillets! The tile pool went to John Dempsey who had a 39.9lber. The fluke pool was 8.8lbs and landed by Zack Foster. The edible pool was a tie between Richie Lattimore and Greg Humbert who both had a 25.3lb barrelfish. Photos say it all!