ATTENTION ANGLERS – REGARDING LOCAL COD ON SUNDAY AT 3AM. PLEASE CHECK IN AT 2AM AND WE WILL LEAVE AT 3AM. EVEN THOUGH THE CLOCK SPRINGS FORWARD! LATEST SCHEDULE UPDATES!! Tomorrow’s weather is looking good! We are definitely sailing and still have space available for Local Cod, Sunday March 8th at 3am.The fare is $125. Give us a call at 631-668-5700 or book online www.vikingfleet.com We also have some space available for Friday March 13th’s – 2 Day Deep Water Challenge. Departing at 7pm Friday and returning Sunday March 15th at 10pm. The fare is $450.
LATEST SCHEDULE UPDATES!!! The 28 Hour Tile/Hake trip for Fri March 6th has been CANCELLED. The Local Cod trips for Fri March 6th has also been CANCELLED. We are going to sail Sunday March 8th for Local Cod at 3am. The fare is $125. We still have some space available, so give us a call at 631-668-5700 or book online www.vikingfleet.com
ENUF was ENUF – was had by a bunch of Montauk Boys! Capt Steven and Capt Kenny put a trip together on the Viking Fivestar and it took about 20 mintutes to sell out by word of mouth, and off we went. By flying down on Feb 23rd and returning on Feb 27th this gave us a couple days of nice weather. We landed in Orlando and in 45 minutes we were at the boat in shorts and t-shirts. After getting organized, we left at 3pm and steamed 3 hours. Fishing was on! We fished for mango snapper, be liners, pink porgies, jack’s, triggers. All kinds of stuff! We had red snapper and grouper everywhere we went. Unfortunately they are closed on the East Coast this time of year. For some ridiculous reason it was hard to stay away from…
Half Day Fluke AM Captain Joe reports an excellent morning of fishing today! We had fluke up to 10lbs!! Also some sea bass up to 4.5lbs. We had a great morning, everyone caught fish and had a wonderful time! Today’s first place winner was Ramon Thomas of Mastic NY with his JUMBO 9.9lb fluke! And second place went to Henry Licata of Woodside NY with a 4.5lb sea bass. Full Day Porgies Captain Dave reports that fishing was slow today. Many sea bass were caught but most were small in size. We had sea bass up to 4lbs. Most people limited out on sea bass. The porgy fishing was very slow but the ones that were caught were of the largest variety. We caught 4 keeper fluke and a striped bass. The porgy pool winner was Benjamin Bernard from Queens,…
Full Day Montauk Porgies Captain Dave reports a good day of fishing aboard the Viking Star. Nice JUMBO porgies coming over the rail. Our own Mavros caught a 19 inch 4.5lb porgy. The pool winner was Sanford Amanuel from Manhattan NY with a 4lb porgy.
Captain Dave reports an okay day of porgy fishing today in Montauk. It was a good pick in the morning, but slowed down in the afternoon. We had mostly porgies, but we did have 2 keeper stirpers! Today’s pool winner was Gus Clark of Brooklyn, NY with a 3.5lb porgy.
Captain Ant Reports another great day of fluking from start to finish! We had a group of 5 with 12 keepers & the pool fish of 6.8lbs. Congrats to Michelle Cornett who came all the way from Santa Clara , CA. Jeff Rantinella from Bladwin with a 4.11 lbs, and John Stella had 3 keepers and a Jumbo Scup!
Captain Anthony reports another great trio this afternoon! The fluke bit right where we left them except the big boys were hungry! We had fish up to 7.3lbs and 4 over the 4lb mark. The first place pool winner was Charles Betbabanta of Turlock, California with a 7.3lb fluke and in second was Christine Dassler with a 4.7 fluke.
Capt Ant reports the best AM fluking of the year to date!! Rods were bending with quality fish the entire trip. We tallied 28 keeper to 6.2lbs & even had a beautiful striper and some jumbo sea bass (returned)unharmed. Honorable Mention to Mr Steve Bento who just missed the pool with a 6 lber. The pool winner was Eric Knuth from Fayetteville, NY 6.2lbs and second place went to Sean Ames with a 14lbs Striped Bass.
Captain Dave reports a tough day of fishing today. It was a fast drift with a delicate bite due to the full moon. We had some porgies along with some fluke and sea bass (all released unharmed). Today’s first place pool winner was Wieliki Rycharw of NY with a 3.5lb porgy and in second place was Spiro Boukas of Manhasset with a 5lb fluke.