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Capt Ant reports another rod bending from start to finish fishing excursion. Bass, big, small and slots were caught along with scup and gorilla and cocktail blues. A ton of first timers were shown how it was done by young Griffin Antos!! Joe Tiso took the pool with a mollywhopper. All in all a great trip!!
Our Darkness segment of the tide begins weds thru Saturday. Eels def outcaught jigs for bass tonight. Call for res.

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3 hours ago, Nontypical said:

It’s very sad to see obviously illegal oversized fish continue to be killed and posted on the internet. 

You're saying this boat is poaching stripers and posting them on the internet?  The NYSDEC or CG doesn't inspect them regularly?  Down here in NJ, boats post illegal fish and they're getting boarded and inspected shortly thereafter.  A number have lost their fillet at sea permits over the years. 

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I’d be very surprised if all of those dead fish were between 28-31”. There is one in particular that looks oversized and obviously dead. The “green” fish that were just caught are lit up and have their dorsal fins extended. Even a large fish that was just landed after a long fight will have have more life in it than some of those posted. 
 

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I guess you don’t have much experience stripper fishing. 
 

I went last week off Orient Point. We limited out within the legal slot size and put the short and oversized fish back as required. They were very much alive. 

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It's really hard to gauge true fish size via pics with guys long arming them and whatnot.  Sometimes it's very obvious, other times pics can be very deceiving.  Most of those fish (to my eyes) look within that range, the one I believe you may be questioning is the first pic where he is holding it way out and definitely makes it look bigger than it is.  But again, hard to tell from pics sometimes.

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1 hour ago, Mike103 said:

I guess you don’t have much experience stripper fishing. 
 

I went last week off Orient Point. We limited out within the legal slot size and put the short and oversized fish back as required. They were very much alive. 

Lol. Although I can never turn down a nice stripper, I much prefer fishing for Stripers. 

It’s not hard releasing stripers when they’re still alive. And the vast majority of the boats in Orient are much easier to revive a large fish on, being much closer to the water. It ain’t happening on the larger boats. Most of the boats in Orient also fish with 3-ways, not  a jig. The big fish that eat a also jig have a higher chance of getting hooked deep in the gills than the smaller fish. 

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9 minutes ago, nywaw said:

It's really hard to gauge true fish size via pics with guys long arming them and whatnot.  Sometimes it's very obvious, other times pics can be very deceiving.  Most of those fish (to my eyes) look within that range, the one I believe you may be questioning is the first pic where he is holding it way out and definitely makes it look bigger than it is.  But again, hard to tell from pics sometimes.

That one definitely looks long armed, and appears to still have some life left. I was referring to the pic with the father and son. The fish on the right appears to be more than 3” larger than the fish on the left. But I wasn’t there. 

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6 minutes ago, Nontypical said:

That one definitely looks long armed, and appears to still have some life left. I was referring to the pic with the father and son. The fish on the right appears to be more than 3” larger than the fish on the left. But I wasn’t there. 

Kid's fish is bigger and in front, the dad's is definitely a smaller fish.  So being behind and smaller makes the size difference very marked in that view.

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Again, I wasn’t there. But I can 100% tell you without a doubt in my mind that I believe that not every dead fish pictured is between 28-31”. There. I’ve said it. It is such a small window of fish, they should be cookie cutters and all appear about the same size without question. 

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