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35 lb striped bass that is :)

first we went to the ocean and found the bunker schools they wer all over, sum schools wer two hundred feet long so we snagged the bunker and left the bunkers out to swim with the school of bait fish, at times it was hard to stay drifting with the schools of bunker they wer moving fast, the few times we managed to drift with the bunker schools for a short time we caught. We would get in front of the school and shut the boat down then snag bunker as thay pass by and then drift with the school as long as possible. I was the first to land a bass of 35Lb next was buddy, then his sun, we kept fowling the bunker out to see. It was nice being out with their being lots of action and it was an escape from the heat with the cool breeze coming off the ocean. Below I posted sum videos, I Hope you enjoy

#1 leving the bay, http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=g54tFIXvoro

#2 leving the inlet and entering the ocean, http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Mda6myFf1pk

#3 finding the bunker, http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=thq_ukidDGg

#4 Budey catching striped bass http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2-pySaKiDl4

#5 Budeys sun catching striped bass http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ly4NIdy_QXs

#6 the bell, http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DoSUPzs77Os

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yes sir nice indeed!!!!

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good job

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WTG nice striper :)

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Nice "Stripah", "Rahb"!!!

slayin'em on thah bunkah!

That's a great fish Rob! do you every drop eels over the side?

(edit: forgot the congrats!)

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slayin'em on thah bunkah!

That's a great fish Rob! do you every drop eels over the side?

(edit: forgot the congrats!)

Thanks,

I have tried it all for Baas ,

clams and clam chum= moor action but smaller fish most of the time.

Fresh bunker chunks have caught sum nice ones for me on the north shore of Long Island.

eels, I have tried with no luck but they are best in the fall and at night on the north shore.

Live bunker in the ocean is challenging but results in all large fish.

On long island I have found bait depends on location but if you can find the bunker in the ocean you're in

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