Weakfish No Match For A Day
On "No Time"
Excerpts Reprinted From Newsday
Tom Rock, "Insider"
Nick Savene rattles off the
different ways he has caught striped bass this year and he
sounds a little like Bubba, the character from "Forest Gump,"
listing all the ways he cooks shrimp.
"We've used live bunker, bunker
chunks, clam bellies, we've trolled bucktails," Savene said on
a fishing trip Wednesday. "Did I mention live bunker? We've
used about eight or nine different techniques, all with great
Maybe a little too great, in fact.
Savene, who runs No time Charters, out of Bay Park Marina in
Oceanside, admitted that he is starting to get a little "bassed
out". He has developed a reputation as one of the top striped
bass fisherman in Western Long Island and his business has
been growing steadily, but it only human nature to want to
fish for other species. So when a couple of regular clients -
guys who were growing tired of catching bass after bass
themselves -, called and wanted to set up a trip to go weakfishing, Savene's eyes lit up.
By the time the trip was over, it
was the clients whose eyes were wide staring at a cooler
filled with a fluke, a few bass, several bluefish and an
almost obscene amount of weakfish.
Big City, Big Catches
Excerpts Reprinted from Newsday
By Wayne Kermode, "Outdoors"
Barely know how to bait a hook?
Your favorite fishing spot has dried up? Or would you just
prefer to leave the driving to someone else?
Someone like Captain Nick Savene
can give you a hand. After all, that's his business.
Savene, licensed captain of the
charter boat No Time, operates out of Oceanside and is
bullish on the off shore fishing within sights of the World
"Most people aren't aware of what's
in their own backyard," Savene said.
Long Island Fisherman Magazine
Capt. Nick Savene has been in the fishing
industry for over 20 years, and consistently demonstrates his
fish catching ability on his 28� Phoenix "No Time". Capt. Nick
could best be described as one of Long
Islands best kept secrets.
This team, Nick and his mate Kevin, are truly
top of the line, and need to be recognized for their skill. I
was quick to learn that the "No Time" charter vessel
specializes in many other species as well. Throughout the
spring season Capt. Nick focuses mostly on his specialty of
striped bass, however when sea bass, blackfish, tuna and
bluefish move in he gets right in on the action. The "No Time"
is truly an all around fishing vessel, and I was amazed with
the results of my trip. With spring right around the corner,
now is a good time to reserve a spot on a charter boat near
you. Long Island is home to hundreds of charter vessels
ranging from Sheepshead
the way to Montauk. If you haven�t set a date for the spring
run, give Capt. Nick "No Time" a call.