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Viking Fleet Fishing Reports

Fri Oct 8 – Block Island Fall Jumbo Porgies & Knothead SeaBass

Capt Dave reports an awesome day of fishing on the Viking Starship. We stayed in the deep water for the trip. It was definitely quality over quantity today with all Large to Jumbo Porgies with plenty of SeaBass mixed in. We also had 10 keeper Cod and a lot of Mackerel. The first place pool winner was Ben Albin from Freeport, NY with a 3 lb Scup. The edible pool winner was Don Wu from Queens, NY with a 4.4 lb Jumbo Knothead SeaBass!

Thurs Oct 7th– Block Island Fall Jumbo Porgies & Knothead SeaBass

Capt Dave reports good fishing today on the Viking Starship. Started the day inshore in the shallow water with tons of action, but smaller sized Sea Bass and Porgies. The boat bounced around a bit moving farther offshore looking for bigger sized fish and landed on a good spot. They fished in about 100 feet of water and pulled up some Large and Jumbo sized Porgies and some Big Sea Bass. In total the boat had about 15 keeper Cod Fish. Overall fishing was good, it took a minute to find the good sized fish, but when they did it was all large sized. The pool winner went to Mike Emmanoulidis from Union County, NJ with a 3.5lb Porgy. The edible pool winner went to Frank Eisma from Baltimore, MD with a 4.5lb Sea Bass.

Mon Oct 4th- 3 Day Offshore TNT LTD

Capt J.R. reports a slammer Tuna trip on the Viking Star. The excellent Tuna fishing to the West kept us from our usual Tile grounds to the East. However, the first day we fished some Southern canyons and had a pick of Tiles with decent action in some areas. We steamed off to the Tuna…

Wed Oct 6 – Block Island Fall Jumbo Porgies & Knothead SeaBass

Capt Dave reports a decent day on the Viking Starship. Everywhere we went it was a slow steady pick of good quality Porgies & SeaBass. We also had about a dozen keeper Cod. The first place pool winner was Delroy Carter from Amityville, NY with a 3 lb Porgy. The edible pool winner was Harold Henry from Brooklyn, NY with a 12 lb Cod.

Wed Oct 6 – Tuna Report

🔥Last chance for TUNA FISHING this season!🔥 Capt. Steven Jr reports that the Yellowfin Tuna bite is still on fire! His last couple of trips aboard the Viking Fivestar have seen excellent fishing and they just came in early with another limit! The Viking Star has also been seeing red-hot Tuna fishing with limits of…

Mon Oct 4 – Block Island Fall Jumbo Porgies & Knothead SeaBass

Capt Dave reports excellent fishing on the Viking Starship despite the weather.  In the middle of the squall we were close to Block Island and the Porgies bit very well. We were able to get offshore in the deep and we had a handful of Cod, Jumbo Seabass and Porgies ranging from mediums to large. The first place pool winner was Jose Sopa from Queens, NY with a 3 lb Porgy. The edible pool winner was Mike Hay from Brooklyn, NY with an 8 lb Cod. The trip is CANCELLED tomorrow due to weather.

Sun Oct 3rd – Block Island Fall Jumbo Porgies & Knothead SeaBass

Capt Dave reports excellent fishing today on the Viking Starship. Spent the morning close to Block Island and had tons of action with a mix of Porgies and Sea Bass of all sizes. They loaded up on some big Sea Bass and good sized Porgies. They moved offshore after it started to get a little rough and had more big Sea Bass and smaller sized Porgies. Then they moved a little farther offshore into the deeper water and pulled up some Jumbo and Large sized Porgies and 8 Cod fish. Overall great fishing and lots of fun. The first place pool winner went to Xuchu Lin of Queens, NY with a 2.7lb Porgy. The edible pool winner went to Wagu Brotheuaitz with a 7lb Cod fish.

Sat Oct 2- 1/2 Day Fishing PM

Captain JR Gibson reports that we had high winds and some inconvenient seas kept us from the productive grounds we fished this morning. However, we bounced around some local rock piles and found some very nice porgies with some beautiful jumbo sea bass in the mix. Not a bad trip.  Today’s pool winner was Victoria Maursky of rockville Center who landed a 5.5 lb Trigger fish.

Saturday Oct 2nd – Block Island Fall Jumbo Porgies & Knothead SeaBass

Capt. Dave reports excellent conditions today for drifting. We caught plenty of mixed size SeaBass and Porgies, some on the smaller size but we alos had plenty of nice sized ones mixed in. We headed offshore where we anchored up and had fantastic Seabass fishing catching fish in the 2 to 4lb range as well as bigger Porgies.  The Porgy pool today was taken by Willie Recinos of Lindenhurst NY by catching himself a 3lb Porgy. Mr. Park was today’s edible pool winner with a 7lb Cod.

Friday Oct 1st – Block Island Fall Jumbo Porgies & Knothead SeaBass

Capt Dave reports slow fishing today on the Viking Starship. There was halfway decent fishing this morning in the shallower water with medium sized Porgies, small Sea Bass and a handful of keeper Sea Bass. They moved offshore later in the day and fishing was still slow. There was a small pick of big sized Sea Bass and Porgies in the deeper water. After making another move they had some action, but not any good sizes. There were 8 keeper Cods on the boat. The first place pool winner and edible pool winner went to Hristos Karayiannis with a 3.3lb Porgy and a 7lb Cod.

Thursday Sept 30 – Block Island Fall Jumbo Porgies & Knothead SeaBass

Capt Dave reports great fishing today on the Viking Starship. Porgy fishing was excellent today, there was lots of action with mostly large Porgies and many Jumbo sized. They went out into the deep to look for the Sea Bass, which ended up being a bit slower today than its been, but there were a handful of nice sized Sea Bass. The boat had about 10 Cod fish come up, all good sized. The pool winner went to Winston Vincent  from the Bronx, NY with a 3lb Porgy. The edible pool winner went Min Wu of Brooklyn, NY with an 8lb Cod fish.

Tues Sept 28th- 60 Hour Tuna/Mahi LTD

Capt Steve reports an excellent trip on the Viking Star. The trip started out a bit rough trawling but had a solid tuna bite. Made a couple drifts on the bait the first night, there were a couple Tunas. but mostly sharks. The next day there was a consistent bite on the trawl. They chunked…

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