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#1 Dec-11-09 6:41PM

Ernie
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From: Ashburn VA
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12-11-09, CBBT report

The four of us (Rob Allen, Carl Cisky and Curly) drove down this morning with a faint chance of whetting a line due to high winds and rough seas. Most charter Captains out of Kiptopeake (north of CBBT) cancelled their trips today.

We got some intel that perhaps we could fish out of Lynhaven (south of the CBBT).

And fish we did. It was cold, windy and wavy when we started an noon but we managed to figure things out. It was slow at 1st but when we quit at 4:30, we had boated 60+ stripers up to 27 inches and none under 18 inches.

There were very few boats out but we were careful and played it smart. Today was a bonus for sure.

Saturday now looks iffy so it makes fishing today that much better. But the crew is tired!!

Pictures at 11!


Time to go fishin' again!

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#2 Dec-11-09 6:53PM

Thai
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From: Alexandria
Registered: Dec-07-09
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Re: 12-11-09, CBBT report

WOW way to brave it out boys and I'm glad it paid off, looking forward to seeing these pictures!

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#3 Dec-13-09 7:09PM

Ernie
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Re: 12-11-09, CBBT report

Here is a good summary from Rob:

Friday- we launched from Lynhaven at noon and went directly to 1st island. It was blowing 15-20 from the west so it was slow going but not dangerous. N othing doing at the island  and fishing the pilings was not a safe option butttttttttt.... we found birds on the bay side of the bridge up to 2 miles west, both scattered and concentrated. We caught 63 stripers from 21 - 27 inches....fat and aggressive!!

1 oz and 1.5 oz bucktails were hot....tipped with a BKD or Bass Assassin....chartreuse, yellow and white were all pretty good. I think the BKD really helps, in my opinion, as I think it keeps the bait in the strike zone better. We were with only a few boats on Friday so it was nice.

Carl kooks up 1st!

http://i275.photobucket.com/albums/jj320/Kiko13PB/IMGP0636.jpg

Then Rob hooks up!

http://i275.photobucket.com/albums/jj320/Kiko13PB/IMGP0638.jpg

Curly caught a few too but somehow I forgot to get his mug!. I landed several nice ones as well.

http://i275.photobucket.com/albums/jj320/Kiko13PB/IMGP0643.jpg

This was a cool sight!

http://i275.photobucket.com/albums/jj320/Kiko13PB/IMGP0639.jpg

And this is what was given to us as we headed back in!

http://i275.photobucket.com/albums/jj320/Kiko13PB/IMGP0644-1.jpg


Time to go fishin' again!

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#4 Dec-14-09 8:32AM

Dominion Dan
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From: Falls Church, VA
Registered: May-24-08
Posts: 1055

Re: 12-11-09, CBBT report

Ernie, forgive me, but what is a "BKD?"

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#5 Dec-14-09 9:05AM

Osprey
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From: Forestville, MD
Registered: Nov-16-07
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Re: 12-11-09, CBBT report

Glad you guys got in some fishing this year, and had good success. I'm really sorry about the sore hands.... NOT


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#6 Dec-14-09 9:38AM

captmikestarrett
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From: Potomac River
Registered: May-06-08
Posts: 1837
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Re: 12-11-09, CBBT report

Dominion Dan wrote:

Ernie, forgive me, but what is a "BKD?"

The infamous Bass Kandy Delights served with a white sauce over virgin egg noodles.. A touch of safferon just to excite the senses.

Dan is your left leg longer than your right now?

Capt Mike

Last edited by captmikestarrett (Dec-14-09 9:39AM)


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#7 Dec-14-09 9:47AM

Ernie
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From: Ashburn VA
Registered: Feb-03-06
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Re: 12-11-09, CBBT report

Dominion Dan wrote:

Ernie, forgive me, but what is a "BKD?"

As the good Capt. said, Bass Kandy Delights...similar to Bass Assassins but sturdier.


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