Did a 12hr Marathon trip with Vinny. Made sure I did the motion sickness meds right(One the night before, and one the morning of), because it was lining up to be a rougher day than Friday was, and thank christ it worked. There was about 50 people on the boat, which I think is to many for that long of a trip. With the wind/tides/2 to 4 foot seas fishing was on the slow side. Vinny had a decent day, catching mostly on a jig/teaser combo. He caught 3 or 4 good Haddock, 5 or 6 Good Pollack with about 14lbs being the biggest, some short Cod, a Cusk, plus 3 times he had a Blue Sharks either hit his jig, or the fish he was reeling in, but all came unbuttoned before they were near the boat. And he also had a Tuna take his set-up for a ride, but the gear wasnt strong enough for a monster fish like that, so had to break it off before it spooled him. Awesome Power out of those fish. I finished the Day with 2 Dogfish, 3 Short Cod, 2 Cusk, and 2 Keeper Pollock, one was about 17", the other was about 30" around 8 or 9 pounds. Fun trip, but those rough seas really beat up the body, banging up against the railing all day. Definitely will go again, but with less people booked.
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