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Old 10-29-2007, 06:54 PM
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first two- 3 am bill and russ hittin em hard and striper jim doin the same.
#3 kary battlin a monster blue
#4 bill and Kary in the middle of a montaulk mini blitz-somewhere way back toward the light is striper jim still on his feet at this point.
#5jim, russ,me, and kary on the beach
i've got a few others and i think Kary does too!
and many thanks to Kyle who was in the room next to us, and a member of the same fishin club as sudsy, for his pointers and puttin up with a bunch of googs.
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Old 10-30-2007, 01:37 AM
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Heres one of scone from beavertail.

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Old 10-30-2007, 01:44 AM
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Old 10-30-2007, 03:44 PM
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What a trip! As Jim has already posted sunday was nuts fish blitzing all around the point. I got to say fishing out there is fun and hard. The currents and rocks give the fish a bit of an advantage. But it makes the fight that much better, I can't wait to get back out there.

Even if no fish were caught I still would have had a great time with the guys alll good people!

Heres a pic of the fish I got Sat night/ Sunday Morning in the rocks

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Old 11-07-2007, 07:43 PM
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Old 11-07-2007, 07:57 PM
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Yesterday we had Phil,his 8 year old son Sal,Mark and jeremy out for a 1/2 day trip out of Moriches. We fished the afternoon flood. we found Shad and quickly netted some fresh baits. We drifted through the rips and had incredible action on fish into the 30's gorging on the live baits. Sal had a blast catching a 25 lber then a teen sized bass for his limit. He showed the older guys how it's done! Each angler had nice fish to take home to dinner. They dropped some nice fish on top of the ones they caught.Get in on this hot action while it lasts! We have openings Thurs, Fri and Sunday if anyone is interested in joining us.

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Old 11-08-2007, 05:47 PM
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Old 11-12-2007, 10:41 AM
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12 hour drive back home from Tennessee
Awesome time and an unbelievable hunt.
11 out of 11 hogs taken down. Biggest well over 400 pounds.
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Old 11-12-2007, 10:33 PM
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Suds this one here was the first taken on Friday the day before we arrived. Maybe rivaling 500 pounds. Powder burn and Grantman. (Bill) Powderburns (Ken) took the largest. Grantmans is close to 300 here.
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How'd you hunt them? Rifle, bow, knife between teeth ??
The group agreed to use Flintlock Muzzle loaders. (not so) Funny story about mine. Believe it or not I took a 240 or so pound hog down with a 22 rifle. 5 shots - 4 in the head - one in the heart lungs. A shot behind the ear from 20 yards dropped her for good.
The guides said no one had ever shot a boar there with a 22 before. I said thats because no ones dumb enough to use one.
The frizzen spring on my muzzle loader broke away just as I had a big sow sighted. I tried to jury rig it and got 3 sparks, but it was weak and snapped. I had climbed up a half mile mountain to stalk the s.o.b. The fieldstone all along this particular hillside had been uprooted by feeding hogs.
There was an opportunity for a shot with a 45 but the dogs had them bayed and the sow had 5 piglets under her, so i decided to go down and get another gun for another try. Seans gun had a stuck ball and I didnt want to go back to the cabin yet nor was I comfortable with another loaner flint lock. So Gary said to me if you can head shot it try the 22. So instead of going back for a ball puller and more charges I grabbed the .22 and off I went again.

I was last one without one so the pressure was on. Myself and the guide Daniel took the rhino to see if we could spot others. We went down to the lower end of the property where no one had hunted on saturday. All of a sudden a big sow came flying out and I got a shot running at 50 yards - popped it in the head somewhere, and she hit a tree and kept on running. They can really move fast. All of a sudden two of the coon dogs were on her tail and chased her to the road . I waited to see if she'd come back down into the valley and I got 3 shots at her from 75 yards. She took off once more with the dogs right behind. We followed the blood trail where we found her corralled behind some heavy cover where i got within 20 yards to put one behind the ear.
Inspection showed 4 in the coconut and one through the lungs near the heart.
High fives ... dragged her out to the Rhino then off to the butcher. 100 qt cooler full of ham.






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Old 11-12-2007, 10:44 PM
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More Pics.


The dogs.





Saturday By Lunch time









left to right. Gary in the back, loggy (larry) out front left,Bill , Phil, Sean, Chuck (Berks coflinter1), Shahola skip and Ken (onager)


Greybear Jacks hog





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Old 11-12-2007, 10:52 PM
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Our Guides Daniel and Gary . A couple of good ole Tennessee Mountain boys.





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Old 11-13-2007, 12:00 AM
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Ken ( onager)


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Old 11-13-2007, 02:45 PM
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Striperjims Hog. After a rough day on the hill. Thats Sean showing the teeth.

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Old 11-13-2007, 02:50 PM
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Gary one of the guides with his 45




Oneger and Loggy (foreground)


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Old 11-15-2007, 03:36 PM
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