John Skinner is one of the best inshore fisherman around and has incorporated the Okuma Water Wolf camera to capture the incredible feeding habits of summer flounder.
Capt. Al Lorenzetti's Ultimate Fluke and Flounder Rig
Captain Al Lorrenzetti of http://www.skimmeroutdoors.com/ shows you how to tie the ultimate fluke rig that will work for most anything that swims. This rig is a killer on summer flounder, weakfish small bass and more. Buy the components yourself or purchase the kit from Trophy Tackle with the link below.
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We have the T-Turn Swivels back in stock. Unlike traditional swivels these T-Turns swivels will not tangle. Capt Al has been using these swivels for a few years now and there are great for tying his three way killer Fluke rig. Check out the video below. We have a bunch of the 55 pound version in stock and are available.
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George Yurcak, Anthony DeBlasio and Carl Vic Fished the Hestead Reef area and caught their limit of Fluke. They had fish up to 5.5 Pounds and the word was that the Fluke were biting om anything pink.
Tim C. Smith
Today I fished with George and we had a good day of fishing. I would say the bass run in Fire Island is happening. We had nice fish up to 28 pounds on live bait.
No monsters but good fish in clean water and on the feed. The bluefish are out of control. All you shark guys should get out in the bay or inlet and load up for shark bait.
The Coast Guard and the DEC were out there in force doing their job. They boarded my boat and did a safety inspection. They were very courteous and checked all my safety gear which was all in good order. I wouldn't want to mess with the guy on my right, he was very big but a good guy as they all were.
We also saw the DEC officers checking guys fishing on the jetties by the OBI which is also good as I see them keeping small fish all the time.
We rounded out the day with some blowfish, fluke and all the bluefish we could handle. It was a fun day on the water with George and now tomorrow we go back to rebuilding boats. Lots of tank jobs to do.
Captain Al Lorenzetti
This video was produced for the Fisherman a few years back and now that the Fluke season is only a few days away, you may want to check out Captain Al Lorenzetti's favorite Fluke Rig and how to tie it.
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