frezzy

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  1. I think you'd be surprised how little you would get. Probably around $150 (maybe a little more for a non standard color) if you find the right buyer. Not nearly the demand these days for Lefty's as there once was. And nowhere even close to Skippy demand....
  2. That’s not tutti frutti.
  3. Danny 2.5oz
  4. About 10 years ago I tried a new spot on the south cape in the Spring. It was a dark new moon night in May and I was wading in water up to knees and I felt something hit one of my boots. Turned my light on and see a big horseshoe crab going to town on my boot thinking it was one of his lady friends. I still fish that spot regularly and it happens all the time. Guess they mate in the spring...
  5. Nice work man. If you ever decide to sell them, I'd buy one...
  6. Dump her... problem solved!
  7. Same here man! The amount of waste that goes on with these fish is staggering...
  8. Big breeders getting hammered off the mid-Atlantic in December is nothing new. Happens every year and has for a long time. No doubt in my mind history is going to repeat itself... Frezzy
  9. Not just you. I have the same issue. My emails always bounce and get sent back to me. Strange because I used to exchange emails with him regularly...
  10. I'm not a hunter and have zero issues with the sport and people who do it. Even Enjoy watching it on TV. But that picture is disgusting. I had no idea mass kills like that go on...
  11. Both very productive plugs. I prefer the SP in spots with moderate to heavy current. Loaded Redfin is a killer in the boulder fields.
  12. That we are headed to a moratorium on Stripers
  13. Those large fish have always been caught early in the fall. It's not some new shift that has happened recently. It only seems they are leaving earlier now because there is so little behind them. As the large breeder stock continues to get hammered and shrink, so does their range to the north and south. There just aren't enough quality fish migrating south from the northern reaches of the their range, which N. Mass, NH and S. Maine any longer. I know this because I fish that area very hard with a lot of success for many, many years and also have a good network of guys who do as well. If we had enough quality fish to the north it would help sustain good fishing in October and November in Rhody. It's only going to get worse....
  14. Nice! Now you guys cad add earthquakes to the list of excuses why there's no fish. Instead of the real reason, which is they are all dead!
  15. It was caught from surf and its a real pic. Killed it with no intention of eating it. It was donated to a food kitchen. Just a trophy fish I guess...