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Old 03-07-2017, 05:18 PM   #61 (permalink)
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Default Tuna Video #3 (of 4. #4 to come next week)

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Old 03-07-2017, 05:24 PM   #63 (permalink)
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I have an hour long video I condense down to about four 5 minutes videos. The last video I am still working on, so enjoy these in the meantime (video 2 and 3 show us fighting fish, video one is an intro and some cool shots on teh water). Let me know what you think!


Cool to see all the other stuff that goes on for the fishing to actually occur.
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Old 03-15-2017, 09:51 AM   #64 (permalink)
 
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For the guys that didn't hear about the age of spawning fish in the western Atlantic....and still think that it's 500+ pound fish that only spawn in the Gulf of Mexico..... Here is a video of a 65" tuna caught off of Cape Cod on spinning gear..... It's very good news for the spawning stock....also, there is a ton of mixing between the eastern atlantic/mediterranean and the fish that we see...
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We ended our trip with limit fishing every day and fantastic weather, great times on our best charter ever to PEI. This should be on your bucket list of trips if you want to pull on huge tuna.

North Lake: yes, there are several places to get coffee and breakfast. Tim Horton's in the middle of Souris is a good place. And there are several places to buy some beer. The best way is to drive around in your car and find them! As for lunch on your charter boat. Honestly, how would anyone on a fishing board know what your captain provides? I would think the best way get that info is: call your Captain!

Same with the regulations. CALL YOUR CAPTAIN. It doesn't matter what anyone else tells you except the Captain of YOUR boat! Get real, go fishing and have a great time.
For those of you traveling to PEI or Nova Scotia be ready to bend over when buying BEER. The average price of a 30 pack of BUD in the USA is $18 to $20, but up here in CANADA be prepared to pay over $50 for that same 30 pack......................LOL

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Old 04-21-2017, 07:08 AM   #66 (permalink)
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We ended our trip with limit fishing every day and fantastic weather, great times on our best charter ever to PEI. This should be on your bucket list of trips if you want to pull on huge tuna.

North Lake: yes, there are several places to get coffee and breakfast. Tim Horton's in the middle of Souris is a good place. And there are several places to buy some beer. The best way is to drive around in your car and find them! As for lunch on your charter boat. Honestly, how would anyone on a fishing board know what your captain provides? I would think the best way get that info is: call your Captain!

Same with the regulations. CALL YOUR CAPTAIN. It doesn't matter what anyone else tells you except the Captain of YOUR boat! Get real, go fishing and have a great time.
Also, if you are planning on "Driving Around" in Nova Scotia or PEI, be prepared to pay almost twice as much for gas as you would back in the USA!

Current gas prices in Nova Scotia are at $1.12 per liter, or $4.23 per gallon compared to the average $2.25 per gallon in the USA...............!
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I stop at the large supermarket near the airport and we load up on steaks, burgers, milk, junk, etc. and cook/bbq ourselves.
Also, Tony's Tuna Charter has a twin lobster dinner meal available. Home cooked meal and delicious.
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BooBoo Charters. Great guys and hardcore fishermen. They love tuna fishing as much as anyone and will fish very hard. Never give up. Capt. Terry and his mate brother Jeremy are 2 of the bet fishermen I've ever seen, if not the best.

They got a wider and new boat last year also.

P.S. I'll be going again this September for my 4th year in a row. Cant wait...
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