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Knot Wish'n

Member Since 02 Mar 2006
Offline Last Active Apr 19 2017 11:13 AM
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#146555 Report 11/3

Posted by Knot Wish'n on 04 November 2015 - 09:44 AM

Trout fishing continues to improve with large quantities of small fish. Hopefully this normal trend will bring some larger fish soon. Book your light tackle fun today!

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#146518 Weeknight $pecials

Posted by Knot Wish'n on 10 September 2015 - 01:14 PM

Weeknight special Monday-Thursday 3 hour trips : Ocean $300  &  Inlet $200 up to 4 people. Call Capt Todd for more details! Book your light tackle fun today!




#146287 Report 6/22

Posted by Knot Wish'n on 22 June 2015 - 04:57 PM

We went to target king mackerel today. We were successful with a 35 pound citation for our angler. Book your light tackle fun today!

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#146253 Report

Posted by Knot Wish'n on 11 June 2015 - 10:11 AM

The spanish mackerel and some bonita have been caught on our recent trips. They are are not in great numbers yet but they are very high quality in size! Call and book your light tackle fun and take adavntage of our weeknight evening special ending soon!

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#143948 Rudee Report

Posted by Knot Wish'n on 26 January 2014 - 04:34 PM

Even with parts of Rudee Inlet iced persistence can pay off .

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#141961 Making the old come back to new!

Posted by Knot Wish'n on 22 April 2013 - 11:12 AM

Good stuff Chris! Thanks for sharing your story. Maybe you have inspired Don to restore skinnys kid!
Todd


#141346 OCEAN CITY?

Posted by Knot Wish'n on 22 January 2013 - 02:48 PM

MONDAY, January 21, 2013

Today was a day that striper fisherman dream about. The bite was better than fantastic right on the 3-mile line off Fenwick Island. Birds were diving into the 45.1 degree water and the fish were thick. As usual, the larger fish were feeding on the bottom on the outskirts of the diving birds. Everyone limited out. I caught at least 15 fish in only an hour with my 2 keepers both measuring 42-inches, weighing 27 lbs. and 26.5 lbs. Caught on mojo's with the 13 oz. being the hot one today. Trailing Crippled Alewive also did well.




#135806 Ultimate rockfish experience.

Posted by Knot Wish'n on 25 April 2012 - 08:32 AM

First thank you all for your support of Knot Wish'n Charters and I agree this site is paid for by the sponsors listed above and below and they are some of the best Captains around.I work with many charter boats on the water and most of us share and help each other provide the best day we can for our people.
Secondly lets face it striper fishing is not rocket science considering the fish have to be caught in legal waters and when the bite is on everybody knows where..well almost. What it really boils down to is what kind of boat you want to fish on ,money, and the Captain and crews general attitude.
That being said I would suggest to anyone call the Captains and tell them what your looking for ,what kind of boat they have and what is included in the trip price.You will have a better time knowing what your getting for your hard earned money. I am confident that just about any Charter boat can fullfill the 35lb+ fish for you if that is your ultimate goal.
Finally remember fishing is called fishing NOT catching and anyone can go from hero to zero in the fish box on any given day.Pick a Charter Boat that meets your needs and let the Captain and crew do the best they can for you and enjoy the time on the water.

Capt Todd


#133552 12/25 Report

Posted by Knot Wish'n on 26 December 2011 - 06:43 AM

The ocean stripers showed up today. We left the dock at 8, lines in and hooked up by 830. We had our 4 fish limit in 45 minutes. Great day catching and wacthing whales and gannets diving everywhere !
Todd

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#130325 Ruddee

Posted by Knot Wish'n on 01 August 2011 - 01:11 PM

Nice to meet you Billy.If I can ever help you in any way be glad too.
Todd


#128768 Report 6/15

Posted by Knot Wish'n on 16 June 2011 - 08:47 AM

We had a nice group of guys from Pennsylvania for some inshore fishing in some sporty conditions. Trolling along the oceanfront found cold dirty water so we made our way east to 35-45ft of water. Small blues and spanish mackerel went into the cooler. Inside the inlet first fish on was a 18.5 flounder and the last flattie was 17.5 with throwbacks in between.

Capt Todd

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#128499 Report 6/5

Posted by Knot Wish'n on 06 June 2011 - 12:08 PM

We had a nice family onboard sunday for 1/2 day. Trolling caught small blues, a few very nice spanish. Inside the inlet undersized flounder and croaker to 2lbs. The water temperature is varying along the oceanfront and big bull reds are still very close. Book your light tackle fun today !

Capt Todd

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#128317 Report 5/31

Posted by Knot Wish'n on 31 May 2011 - 11:53 AM

Hey all sorry for the lack of reports lately but we have been busy trying to put together something worthy to talk about. Things are moving slowly in many inshore areas,however things are picking up. We are catching many undersize flounder around the inlets with few keepers mixed in. Trolling has produced mostly very small bluefish and our first spanish mackerel of the year.The big news is the running of the big red bulls in the bay and ocean. Night time trips in the bay have produced impressive numbers as I was fun fishing with Craig Irwin on SEA CHANGE. These trips have had varying results form one day to the nextas we had only one fish the following night. I was trolling for blues and spanish on Memorial Day with two of Americas finest young Naval men when we got lucky and found a school of big bull reds and landed one for a citation release and broke off two others.

Capt Todd

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#128316 Report 5/31

Posted by Knot Wish'n on 31 May 2011 - 11:46 AM

Hey all sorry for the lack of reports lately but we have been busy trying to put together something worthy to talk about. Things are moving slowly in many inshore areas,however things are picking up. We are catching many undersize flounder around the inlets with few keepers mixed in. Trolling has produced mostly very small bluefish and our first spanish mackerel of the year.The big news is the running of the big red bulls in the bay and ocean. Night time trips in the bay have produced impressive numbers as I was fun fishing with Craig Irwin on SEA CHANGE. These trips have had varying results form one day to the next as we had only one fish the following night. I was trolling for blues and spanish on Memorial Day with two of Americas finest young Naval men when we got lucky and found a school of big bull reds and landed one for a citation release and broke off two others.

Capt. Todd

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#127523 HAPPY BIRTHDAY TODD

Posted by Knot Wish'n on 24 April 2011 - 11:22 AM

Thanks all !Good day with great friends and family..I feel very blessed.
Todd




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