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July 16, 2018:
Aboard the Lazy Bones, the week started off with Patrick Bacaris nailing a beautiful 8-12 pound flattie, while El Jefe nabbed a beauty of 7-pounds. Tony Cobb took a pool early in the week with a 4-12 pounder while Rosie Rudolf (who is now a mate on the Lazybones and whose father owns the Adios) decided to take a busman's holiday and out fished everyone with two nice keepers and a sea bass, stating "a rod is a rod". You tell them girl. Mark Hain had a pool fish at 5-12 pounds, while Rick M. had one at 6-pounds. Elsa had one at 5-pounds and Jeff Pelcher with a 4-12 pounder. Marcus Langone had one at 7-pounds and Angelo DiPiazza's had a beauty of 8-12 pounds, Ryan Williams started off great this week fishing on the Bones copping the morning pool with a 5-pounder, and came back in the afternoon and nailed another pool with a 6-12 pounder and another fluke at 5-14 pounds.  The Temple family came out for a morning trip this week and dad Kenny landed a 5-pounder, his son Ryan had a 5-12 pounder and Dylan landed the pool winner with a 6-14 pounder. That was quite the haul guys. Siena Dante, who had never touched a fish before, proudly posed with her two fish up to 3-12 pounds. Good going girl. Saturday's Mercury Grand Slam, Tony Cobb won the pool with his fish at 6.3-pounds. Eight year old Lucas Coleman who is a fishing machine on the Bone's had two nice fluke up to 4.6 pounds and two nice sea bass. Ryan Williams fought a 200 pound sting ray for over 25 minutes when his line got snagged by another line and lost it at the surface. I do believe the mates were happy about that. Saturday afternoon saw Patrick Melnik win the pool with a 6.4-pound flattie and Patrick Bacaris had a nice one at 5-12 pounds. All in all it was a great week with plenty of action. Lots of sea bass and porgies to compliment the action and the dinner table. Please give Kathy a call at (631) 668-5671 to reserve your spot at the rail.

Previous Reports

  • July 9, 2018 Open or Close

    Aboard the Lazy Bones this week, it was one busy one at that with plenty of quality fish and rod bending action with other ground fish including sea bass and scup. Wednesday morning, the women continued to rock with Marisa Greechan landing a fish at 5-pounds. The afternoon trip had the Bone's returning champion, Chris Gray win with his fish at 5-12 pounds. Thursday morning netted 10 keepers with the Smurf returning and capturing the pool with a 6-14 pounder. The afternoon trip saw the Smurf's friend Chuck O'Shea one up him by catching a beauty at 7-12 pounds. Friday morning before the storm hit, Anthony Caputo was red hot catching a 7-pounder, along with a limit of sea bass. Saturday morning, Chase took the green prize with a lovely 6-14 pound flattie. Twenty big sea bass to 4 pounds were also included in the mornings catch. Chris Gray's nephew Dennis Pitcher was aboard on Saturday's afternoon run and landed a sweet fish at 8-12 pounds. Bill Gallagher also onboard landed a 7-12 pounder. In addition to the fluke, the sea bass were attacking baits nonstop with too many to count that were coming over the rails.

  • July 2, 2018 Open or Close

    Aboard the Lazy Bones it was another up and down week. Once again it was a tad slow the beginning of the week but it definitely picked up towards the weekend. Highlights of the week were 11 year old Arian Kichadia with a big and beautiful 4-12 pound pool winner. Way to go Arian. Alana Gaghardi had a nice 4-pounder, while Tommy Hart had a hefty 6-14 pounder. Mr. Titterton drilled a 5-pounder and Drew Farr landed a fat 5-12 pounder. Friday afternoon saw a nice cull of fish, which included 12 keeper fluke and 15 sea bass. Dave Goldberg took the loot with a healthy 6-14 pounder. Saturday's A.M. pool went to Mike Scalia with his 5-pounder, while Justin Skudder nabbed the P.M. pocket of cash with a handsome fish at 6-14 pounds. In addition to the many quality fish, tons of small fluke were released and some very nice sea bass have also been mixing in, making for plenty of action to be had. With such beautiful weather on tap for the days and weeks ahead, spots at the rail are going fast. Give Kathy a call at (631) 668-5671 and make reservations so you don't get left out.

  • June 25, 2018 Open or Close

    Aboard the Lazy Bones the fishing this week started out with tons of beautiful sea bass being caught only to be released. On Tuesday morning, The Smurf won the pool with a 4- 12 pounder, which won him enough dough to sail on the afternoon trip and score well with 3 more quality keepers. As savvy as an angler the Smurf is, A-Team Bob was also on board for the P.M. run and bested the Smurf by also catching 3 keepers, including the pool fish of an impressive 7.2-pounds. Well done on the day by both you fellas. Wednesday morning, long time regular Poughkeepsie Mike Haupt nailed a beauty of 7-pounds to settle the pool. Tons of sea bass were also released on Wednesday's morning trip. The afternoon run had 11 keepers hit the fillet table as the Smurf was once again on fire as he has been lately, by drilling out another pool fish of 5-12 pounds. Thursday morning saw Sag Harbor John win with his fish at 5-34 pounds. The afternoon trip had the first 10 hangers of the season from 4 to 7 pounds. The Montauk local 668 Gig Shack gang had 7 of the 16 keepers on the afternoon. Caroline Gaddi fishing with the group blasted 3 beauties out of the 7 taken with a 4-pounder, 6-14 pounder and the pool winning flattie of 7-14 pounds, caught on a Lazy Bone rod, while using a whole squid that was caught on the boat. Very nicely done young lady. Friday morning Blake Garret best the morning's pot of gold with his 5.10-pound flatty. Fourteen very unhappy quality fluke met their fate, with John DeMelio Sr. taking the dough with a beautiful 7.2-pounder. Saturday was a slow day all around with the rain and harsh east winds, nonetheless, the boat did manage a few keepers but nothing to write home about. Please give Kathy a call at (631) 668-5671 to reserve your spot at the rail.

  • June 18, 2018 Open or Close

    Fishing aboard the Lazy Bones this week saw the action to be a bit bizarre. On Tuesday morning Frankie "Shorts" Bauer copped the pool with a fat 5 pounder while everyone, including "Shorts" enjoyed plenty of action. Paul Curto had a hot hand on Wednesday morning by drilling out fluke of 6 and 5-12 pounds. Allyson Curren was aboard on the afternoon trip and showed the boys how to do it by plopping a beauty of a fluke of 7.1-pounds on the deck. Kelly Lombardo and her husband Mike celebrated their Wedding Anniversary by spending 3 straight days at Montauk, fishing each day aboard the Lazy Bones. The happy couple enjoyed good action that was capped off by Kelly's 5-pounder. Kathy went on to say that Mike and Kelly spends three days in a row every year fishing on the Bones, which she thanks the happy couple. Captain Mike just happen to see some spearing balling up on Thursday's mornings trip, and yes, the fluke were on the feeble baitfish, while everyone aboard the Bones were on the fluke. Bob Hlasny took pool honors with his 6-14 pound fluke. Good looking out Capt. Mike. Friday morning was Geri Harty's turn to win a pool with a hefty 5-14 pound flattie. The afternoon trip saw The Smurf win the pool with a 5-pounder, however Capt. Mike and Kathy's nephew John Vegessi Faley knocked it out of the park by pulling a hat trick with flatties to 5-12 pounds. Nice work John. Saturday saw good fishing in general, with Mike Buckley taking the pool with a 5-14 pounder on the P.M. trip.
Please give Kathy a call at (631) 668-5671 to make reservations before coming out as spots fill quickly on this legendary half day family boat.

Lazy Bones

Lazy Bones
474 West Lake Drive
Montauk, NY 11954
phone: 631-668-5671

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