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    Default Cat food in a stocking. Fishing with my chum.

    Itís a noríeaster.

    Itís a good schooly bite.

    Itís going to get better. From out of nowhere they start busting on the surface.
    Thereís loads of bait in the water. Ideal for the long wand. No one on this hole
    practices it and without burning any bridges It might be a little difficult for that
    type of a sportsman. Plenty of good fishing left. This is when they start to get
    bigger. Which leads to top secret mission stuff. Iím going to play stupid and go
    with a chunk on the ocean side.


    There is truth to it.

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    Thumbs up I donít fish a bucktail.

    The noríeaster scattered the bait. The birds were working
    the bait but werenít in range. I was seeing that the whole
    summer. Once the peanuts moved in the game fish bunched
    them up tight to the shore and were easier to target.
    Theyíll bunch up again. Weíll have a couple days of a Indian
    summer. Theyíll be a frost by thanksgiving. Big bait, big fish





    Coping with boredom.

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    Thumbs up Excellent Video - GSB 11m standard conventional build

    Iím not looking to win any competition.
    3 ounces is 85 grams
    4 ounces is 113 grams

    3.05 - The order of the casts of the leads for each day of competition is define as follows: ē 1st day 175g (men)
    ē 2nd day 150g (men)
    ē 3rd day 125g (men)
    ē 4th day 100g (men)
    75g (ladies) 125g (ladies) 100g (ladies)


    https://www.fips-m.org/upload/pdf/re...%202021_EN.pdf



    For 3 ounces by anyoneís standards thatís a extreme cast with a 13 foot rod.

    https://i.postimg.cc/jjvVxxDz/02-B4-...AF1321-AC7.jpg

    00-E3-A1-FF-2-DE5-44-CB-99-B7-337-EFC03-C5-DC.jpg

    I canít find that rod anywhere.

    text stop for delivery notifications.

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    Lightbulb I have a bright idea. Letís go at night. I have the permit.

    https://www.landfallnavigation.com/c..._D_BwE#132=293

    This outfit will be good for them J-Bay double header
    three pound porgies that are holding in the channel.
    Tomorrow Iíll make the video.


    https://www.amazon.com/Korkers-RockT...a-571311335898



    https://www.basspro.com/shop/en/acr-...E&gclsrc=aw.ds

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    Wink

    The first cast I blew up the reel and broke off.



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    Exclamation Alfred Hitchcock hour.

    Last edited by ParachuteAdams; 10-30-2021 at 09:09 AM.

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    I can throw this rod all day, every day. I have a glass rod that throws
    2 ounces. Not 4 ounces and is 2 feet shorter. For sure itís heavier. Itís
    either 1 of 2 things. The fish are to small or the lure is to big.
    Definitely porgies. You be the judge.



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    Default 15 pound mono, 40 pound shock leader, 4 ounce top water plug.

    The best lure I ever fished with that has aerodynamic properties
    is a crippled herring. Itís also not my go to lure. You can see the
    Ranger hit the water. The cast is so effortless and the control is
    more than adequate for the task at hand. The lure is definitely.
    asking for more rod. With a 4 ounce lure. Possibly a CTS, CCP or
    a Century in 12 foot. It happened twice that the lure took off at
    such a speed I lost eye contact with the lure.



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    Default Mine didnít have the clicker.

    When I was a kid. This was one of my favorite lures.



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    I would like to start this post by saying. This is one of the best or the
    best swimming action I ever seen in a lure. It sways from side to side
    and rolls a touch. On top of that the lip also creates a wake. The lure
    works best with a moderate to moderate slow retrieve. Hereís the down
    side. This lure doesnít cast far at all. I repeatedly tuned in and almost
    got a birds nest three times. Once I felt confident with the adjustments.
    I casted repeatedly again. I see this lure being a sleeper and pulled out
    when thereís lake like conditions with low winds on the ocean front.
    Late fall, big fish. Tight to the beach. Waders are a plus and will make
    the difference. The retrieve will keep you in the strike zone longer.
    A lure you should definitely have in your arsenal.
    In conclusion of this post. The only argument I have is, itís not that I
    donít believe you. I just need to see for myself. Iím purchasing a gram
    scale. Making sure itís calibrated properly and then find out if this lure
    is true to itís weight ratings.



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    The Simrad brand takes its name from Simonsen Radio which like Robertson,
    began converting surplus radios for use by commercial fishing vessels just
    after the Second World War. Our range covers recreational vessels of all sizes,
    from small runabouts and Sport fishing vessels up to luxury cruisers and
    super yachts.



    Welcome Aboard!



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    Werewolf A clip down rig and a eel with a slow retrieve.

    A CTS S8 8-12 with a VS 250 and 65 pound braid.
    Let’s say “I won”

    I can’t afford it.
    I don’t know how to do it.
    Where did you get that?

    Do you know these people? Do you know who they are?
    We’re handing money back and forth to each other.

    https://www.captreeboatbasin.com/south-shore-classic/

    https://events.longisland.com/2021-s...ournament.html

    The Jamaica bay by foot fly fishing tournaments schedule is for the weekend holidays
    of Memorial Day, Veterans Day, and Labor Day. There will be no other fishing permitted
    in the bay but the tournament. All spectators must be at least 30 yards clear of the shore.
    All entrees must be submitted two weeks before the tournament. All anglers will be shown
    in the Daily News the day before the tournament and the winners will be acknowledged
    in the Daily News the day after the tournament. This will be a high stakes third place,
    runner up and grand prize tournament. You must be able to show high status for tournament
    allowance.

    I caught a big fish. What does that mean?


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    Default I buy all of my stuff there.


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    Default I live right there.

    This is one of the best comedies I ever seen. This is up there with
    Laurel and Hardy, Abbot and Costello, the Marx brothers and Charlie
    Chaplin. The reason I bought my Van Staal is because of watching
    Melynk. I donít skish and I donít own a wet suite but Iíve dunked
    the reel repeatedly. As far as Iím considered. Thereís no reel like a
    Van Staal. I like fishing for striped bass.


    In certain areas at certain times striped bass AKA rockfish are considered a nuisance.


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