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One Ugly Mother
One Ugly Mother
This is one of the mates holding the larger of the two Wolffish I caught. Handling these monsters can be tricky these days as that menacing set of teeth is more than capable of liberating you from several of your fingers. The old method (for a keeper) was to bring it up on deck and promptly beat the s%@t out it with a club or bat. Now however, they must all be released alive due to their endagered status, so thee hook needs to carefully removed with a set of pliers, while keping your hands and feet clear of it's mouth.
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07/29/12 05:37 PM
Pool Winner
Pool Winner
This is the fish that we beleive won the biggest fish pool for the boat. This monster White Hake was caught by an angler right acroos the deck from us.
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07/29/12 05:37 PM
Our Biggest Keeper
Our Biggest Keeper
This is the biggest fish we caught and were allowed to keep. My dad caught this nice pollock on one of the last stops. Pollock can be tougher fighters, especially when they attain larger sizes.
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07/29/12 05:37 PM
Haddock attack!
Haddock attack!
This fish was caught on one of the last stops. Getting the bait down to the bottom was tricky here due to the strong tide. Everybody's lines were drifting and tangles were common. Still, if you could manage to get the bait down there were plenty of fish to catch.
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07/29/12 05:25 PM
 
Wollfish!
Wollfish!
Both of these wollfish were caught at the same stop. I was not the only one pulling them up, as another angler pulled up a decent size one right behind me. It's such a shame we can't keep them these days, as they make great eating and good sport. This is the smaller of the two that I caught.
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07/29/12 05:15 PM
Fist Fish
Fist Fish
This is the first, and smallest of all the fish we caught (and were allowed to keep.) A small cusk. Cusk are good, because there is no length limit on them and pulling one up always means food for the table, and they taste great.
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07/29/12 04:55 PM
Cusk Catches
Cusk Catches
The Cusk were actually caught at many different stops, but for the sake of convenience, all of them are listed here. These Cusk are actually among some of the biggest I have caught, providing a good amount of table fare. It is alos my opinion that cusk fight somewhat harder than Cod or Haddock, though not nearly as hard as Pollock and not even in the same league as Wolffish.
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07/29/12 04:49 PM
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