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Let’s Go Woody Fish’n With David Konick!
Today we take a special trip out on the Atlantic Ocean with biggist balls winner David Konick and his trusty .. VERY TRUSTY Sea Skiff. David and his pals love fishing no matter what the conditions are. This time its in the fog. Thank goodness for the GPS. So lets put on our life jackets and sun screen.. Woohooo we’re going Woody fish’n.
Man those look tasty!
For the record Alex, I posted the header at 7:01 for you!
I was wondering why the day felt out of whack. Kind of like a Stephen King novel, I feel 1 second behind everyone else today.
Matt, not Central time though!
Don’t even start on that central time stuff, it was hard enough waiting till 7.
Amazing the fish Dave brings back! All I seem to return with is empty beer bottles.
Now that is some goooooood fishin!
Matt: I wondered why the header was so late today. I thought you might be sick or something.
Once again, David proves he is the king of the “user boatmen”. Somebody should write a song about this guy. A true legend!
Dave needs his own website for classic (boat) fishing enthusiasts. Call them “Fog Doggers”
Did only notice a compass and Dave fishes out of sight of land in the Atlantic guys…..I have been there and the weather and water can get scary real quick…….way to go Dave.
Are those stripers? strippers? not a fisherman but looks like good eating. Does David keep catch for himself or does he sell catch occassionally? regularly?
Dang. I’ll bet the Atlantic dropped a few inches when you took those big fish out. Great catch Dave!
And that fog dog photo is way cool. Apparently they’re also called sea dogs.
Though fog terrifies me. (Overactive imagination.)
But hey, Dave, while I can forgive you for the Yankees hat, please man, wear a lifejacket out there. The self-inflating ones are really unobtrusive.
No more peeing over the side until you get one. Per the CG, most drowned men are found “flying low.” (And it ain’t because of the mermaids.)
Good fishing to you!
That’s a Met’s hat.
So it is John. My mistake. I was in a fog this morning. Get it? Ha.
Ah well, Yankees, Mets, same difference. Zzzzzzzziiiinnnnngggg.
I am flat out envious!!!!
Hey folks, there’s a GPS on the engine box! And you are not allowed to catch stripers more than 3 miles out, so we don’t go far this time of year. The visibility was about 1/4 mile, that’s enough to get out of the way of whatever might be coming, and not much comes that close to the beach. The ship channel out of Delaware Bay is 20-25 miles offshore. It lifted some by the time we went in the inlet — that’s the most dangerous/congested area, but not so much this time of year! You all would be surprised how many friends you have when you have fresh fish! The rest goes in the freezer.
Dave, thanks for a chilling, thrilling virtual Woody Fishing trip this morning in your Sea Skiff. After the first few photos I felt the need for rain gear and a life vest before continuing. Thanks for taking us along!
It looks like Alex and Matt B were with you in the first picture
Whoops. I ment to write “infantile.”
Hi Dave, crazy question here but I’m reading over the very first issue of Mother Earth News. Are you by any chance the D.Konick from G.Burnie who wrote in on the last page of that premier issue?