jakedge wrote: »
I'm definitely an interested party Greg. Understandably the expenses on a trip like this are large and with a dozen anglers the price is likely to be tough, but I'm all ears. Sounds like a ball.
Are we talking braid and electrics? The depths in the contours you posted seem like that type of equipment would be warranted.
Hoogan wrote: »
Also I would highly consider bringing shorter rods, certainly no nine footers here...
Sure when the bus makes a mutton stop the longer rod helps by telescoping the sometimes subtle first tap but for Pulley Ridge I'm bringing 7 footers and just dropping straight down. Also you might want to consider an older two speed Accurate like a 665 or a BX2 600, they have been selling in eBay for $250 - 300. Just my 02
Yankee Capts wrote: »
I will work with office on Tuesday about a date and price.
As I said before I will do my best to cover a weekend. Also I will be looking to cover expenses only so the fare will be more than fair.
If this does not work as planned I don't want hear anyone saying they were scammed. As usual I have already had a fair share of nonsense with e mails and PM's.
In reality it is comical. In my industry we have a very short list of operators with offshore experience. Even fewer that do this full time. Hell I have almost 25 years on the Capts. The only full time offshore party boat operation on the east coast of the USA since 1977. Guess how many trips i have missed in that 25 years? Two (2).
You will get my best, all 25 years of it. Haters always hate. Just gives me more resolve. Have the balls to post, I do.
I will get off my soapbox now. Rant over.
GT Fish wrote: »
Got any pics from this last trip?