sytheteacher

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About sytheteacher

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    FISHING AND MORE FISHING !!!
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    Vocational Education

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    Brooklyn, N.Y.
  1. That is a great idea because it allows more wiggle in the rubber/ gulp....
  2. I stand corrected....
  3. Actually it is called "snap ring pliers"...
  4. Very good suggestion...Then they will hold on to the hook better...
  5. You can freeze them and they will catch fish...Good luck
  6. Very nice, I haven't caught a double header in ten years..
  7. Catching herring

    No bait you are using a Sabiki rig which is a line with about six fly's attached to it and on the bottom of the line is a weight.. All you have to do is cast it out and then retrieve it slow or just bounce bottom with the weight...
  8. Catching herring

    Not snagging but jigging with a size 10 hook...And if they are abundant in an area then you will be able to snag them...
  9. Try the area's of the Hudson that is close to you and then go further north for exposure to new areas and experiences...Try it all....
  10. Been fishing all different types of lure in the Hudson from the west side of Manhattan all the way up north to Kingston... I usually will fish with light tackle and every type of lure. From bucktails to spoons which would include different plugs...The main thing is to just try the lure and be persistent...
  11. Yesterday was fishing for Fluke bouncing bottom with white grubs on a jig head. Caught mostly shorts..
  12. Excellent question....
  13. If none of the components are missing then try light oil on all the components on both sides of the reel...You only showed one side of the reel...
  14. That is excellent organization of a tackle pale...Excellent....
  15. They are going to become popular...