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Old 11-18-2005, 07:24 PM
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Anyone going out on the Bay Saturday????
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not today....got some domestic chores to take care of...I will be out next weekend pre-fishing for one of the local tournies....I hope this cold snap we are getting right now will bring some of those big boys south....
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We caught a couple schoolies this morning in front of the HRBT at sun up. They we went to CBBT. Hung out around island 3 and 4 and the tube. not even a hit. And from on the VHF only a very few were taken all day. Still was a beautiful day to be out on the water. I am very pleased with the Sea Hunt 202 w/ Yammie F150 bought from a THT'er back in OCT.
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Nothing but schoolies around here. We have an 11-boat seaon-long tournament here and at least another half-dozen of us not in it... none of us have been consistently catching keepers. Largest fish weighed in yet here is 5lb (23").
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Old 11-20-2005, 07:45 PM
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Fished south on Tangier on Saturday and sunday, bite was slow but did manage a 35.5", 19# on Saturday and on Sunday a 42" and 27#.
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Old 11-21-2005, 09:57 AM
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Fished all day Saturday around the CBBT and ended up with one 39 incher. Threw everything in the tacklebox at them and fished two sets of birds working with no results. Hope someone out there is having better luck.
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Old 11-21-2005, 12:15 PM
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Caught some nice fish last week north of the small boat channel at the CBBT wirelining 1/4 oz white bucktails on a outgoing tide. Some over the slot limit. Haven't typically seen those size fish in that area this year.
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It will heat up just when I get off vacation. What are the water temps. around the 1-4 islands?
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Old 11-22-2005, 08:47 AM
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56 AT 1ST Island and Kiptopeake as of 9:20 this am......
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Tons of big fish last week Monday from 72a to HI...Skunked on Sunday from 72B to north of HI...I think Ill wait this week out see what happens next weekend....Everything seems to be later this year. The bulk of the fish are still in the ocean its only a matter of time....All reports I received down south (cbbt) tons of small rock and trout.....
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Might try Sunday. Late (12.4.05) Depends on rain. I'll post if I have luck. Try Ch.68 If you are out...You know divide and conquer!
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Brocno-Birdy...did you make it out Sunday? We saw a couple of Hydra-Sports heading south out of Ruddee as we were running North.....hope you got on some fish if you went....

as for this week I am eating:

Rock Fish Nuggets-Monday

Stripper Filet-Tuesday

Broiled Rockfish-Wednesday

Rockfish Soup-Thursday

Rockfish Sandwich- Friday

and for Saturday it will be Bud Light

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Brocno-Birdy...did you make it out Sunday? We saw a couple of Hydra-Sports heading south out of Ruddee as we were running North.....hope you got on some fish if you went....

as for this week I am eating:

Rock Fish Nuggets-Monday

Stripper Filet-Tuesday

Broiled Rockfish-Wednesday

Rockfish Soup-Thursday

Rockfish Sandwich- Friday

and for Saturday it will be Bud Light

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I didn't get out Sat was the day to be there. I made a date with the wife and it was blowing like 10 SOB's Sunday. I take it you did well? Care to share?...
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Yeah, we did well Brian. It was funny though, we saw this HS and Derek and I both looked at each other and "I wonder if that's Bronco???"

You can see some pics on the Photos booard - "Rudee Inlet pics from Sunday"
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Any activity in the mouth of the CCBT / Cape Henry? Last trip out a few weeks ago went well. Decent size fish being caught amongst 100 boats on the ocean side of the tunnel. Been trying to make it our again but the weather has not been cooperating.

Is anyone catching fish of any size?
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Old 12-13-2005, 01:23 PM
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Any activity in the mouth of the CCBT / Cape Henry? Last trip out a few weeks ago went well. Decent size fish being caught amongst 100 boats on the ocean side of the tunnel. Been trying to make it our again but the weather has not been cooperating.

Is anyone catching fish of any size?
I went out of Rudee 12.11.05. Went south. Had a small one on quick. Had a giant blue on. That was it. I think the boys that went further South did better. We went 15 miles South total. Saw some boated but got the sense it was tricky for most.
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Old 12-15-2005, 03:45 PM
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Thanks for the update! Going to head down this weekend weather permitting.
Reports of 50lb fish caught this past weekend @ the High Level Bridge (Fishermans Island) and off Cape Henry (Green Can)
The water temp has dropped quick which tells me the big numbers of fish may stay offshore and wind up on the Carolinas sooner than expected.
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Thanks for the update! Going to head down this weekend weather permitting.
Reports of 50lb fish caught this past weekend @ the High Level Bridge (Fishermans Island) and off Cape Henry (Green Can)
The water temp has dropped quick which tells me the big numbers of fish may stay offshore and wind up on the Carolinas sooner than expected.
Richard, my brother and I went to all 4 islands, the Cape Henry wreck as well as the 4A last Saturday. There was a lot of bait, the birds were working all over and we were marking fish off the Cape, the only problem was no one was catching anything. There was no moving water to speak of, maybe we should have gone to the High Level.

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I am leaving DE @ 3:30am, and should be coming out of Lynnhaven by 7:30. I am sure there will be an Armada of boats out their.

Hopefully we can locate some fish with size. Will post pics if successful.
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