View Full Version : 17 TUNAS..........Hatteras!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Jersey did it again!!!!!!!
He kept me busy in the cock-pit of the Reliance all day!!!
Ended up with 17 yellow fins and one False Albacore!
We had an AWESOME Family on the boat today!
Nicest people you ever want to meet!
The weather was great, the fishing was good, the crew was fantastic......!!!!!!!!!!!!!
All fish were caught on Withces and Hoo's they hit every color in the rainbow.........you just had to drive over them.
Can't wait to go tommorow!!!!!!!!!
If any of you guys are ever in Hattteras come by the boat its at Hattteras Harbor
or call me
cell number 919-696-8918
03-31-2005, 12:15 AM
Wow, let me be the first to give you the thumbs up, WTG.
Glad you having a ball.
03-31-2005, 04:15 AM
WTG!!! Can't wait to get down there myself!!!!!
03-31-2005, 06:47 AM
Yeah, keep them things stacked up till I can get another pass from the wife to disappear for a couple days.
03-31-2005, 07:11 AM
WTG Lee... Keep the reports coming! I'm getting antsy again already!!!
03-31-2005, 07:31 AM
Pretty Work LC & Jersey!!!!
BTW I loved the wake up call you gave Jimmy K. it was TOO FUNNY!!!
03-31-2005, 10:09 AM
Nice work Lee. Wish I could make a trip down there while the action is hot.
03-31-2005, 10:56 AM
Sounds like the Tuna fishing is really getting hot the lately. Coming down next Thursday night to fish Friday April 8th with Jim Bowman out of Teach's Lair. Hope to get on some nice fish and maybe we will run into you. Thanks for the report!
Weekend Mistress [excited][excited][excited]
03-31-2005, 04:21 PM
Save some feesh for me...I'll be out with you all in July.
03-31-2005, 05:43 PM
We had a great time as well. I see you got your computer hooked up. Did you notice my son and I today as we we working a number of fish. You and Jersey drove right by as we were working a bite.
Timmy grabbed one of the rods that was hooked up while I proceeded to clear the 5 rods that got hit but didn't get stuck. Well it didn't work as planned and Timmy's fish got tangled on 3 of the other lines. I ended up hand-lining the fish the last 50 feet. I reeled the 2nd in and Timmy learned what not to do when gaffing a tuna. There's only one way for a kid to learn and that's to do it. He felt bad, but I reminded him that we weren't hurting for fish.
We hit the fish in 71 degree water 10 miles SE of the tower. The fish hit everything we had out meat on witches as well as cedars and daisy chains.