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Old 03-02-2007, 08:16 AM
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Hey , any you guys do any surf fishin and beach driving down Jersey way?
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Old 03-02-2007, 06:18 PM
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Thumbs up Surf Fishing is Heaven on Earth

Yes!!!!!!!!!!!! I go as often as budget and time allows! Mostly in Jersey, also Deleware and any where else where their biting! I'm taking a "investgative trip" in the morning to the Tom's River area to check out a few camp grounds, fishing areas and to pick up a rebuilt 300 6 cyl for the F-250 project! I usually fish South Jersey, Wildwood south to Reeds Beach on the Bay side.
Always looking for an excuse to go! PM or E-mail me!

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Old 03-09-2007, 05:32 PM
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Pete sorry for the delay in returning your response.I have no experiance in surf fishing,been thinking about gettin a permit for Island beach state park.Bought a rod and reel from cabelas last fall have yet to try it out.I have done some inshore fishin around absecon and ac.Used to live in Va an eternity ago can remember my buddie's dad going to cape hatteress and catching huge channel bass.Should have tried it then but was a kid and had a million other things going on and didn't have the bucks for the gear.Anyway if you wanna chat give me a call or pm 610-767-7028

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the bass are not in the bays yet. it is still a bit to cold. maybe in a few more weeks.
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Yes, too cold for the Stripers yet, but the Mackeral and Black Bass should soon be running! I like to keep some mackeral for "emergency bait" and Black Bass are almost as good as Striper to eat, some even prefer them! I like to go to Lewis, DE in the early season, a few of the "party boat" Captains are quite willing to go where the fish are. I went out for a 8-hour trip one day in early April a few years back, it was snowing when we left dock, we got back 11 hours later! We ended up going about an hour and a half South, but ran into a very large school of Black Sea Bass, everyone on board caught their limit, I "landed" a pair of nice Citation Sized Bass! Great eats for the whole family and a bunch for the freezer!
brrdog, I'll try the PM method. Otherwise I'll give you a call over the weekend.

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