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16 mins ago, Lagerhead said:

Surface Water temp off the hook was 51 yesterday.

You sound like mr big deal from the nj  forum

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Still loads of fish up in Gitland it's ain't over yet and jersey should have fish in next week or two.. must of had 100 between 2 of us on Sunday.. 

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26 mins ago, Wire For Fire said:

Still loads of fish up in Gitland it's ain't over yet and jersey should have fish in next week or two.. must of had 100 between 2 of us on Sunday.. 

You should see those bastards from the nj forum crying about there’s no fish.lol

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38 mins ago, Wire For Fire said:

Still loads of fish up in Gitland it's ain't over yet and jersey should have fish in next week or two.. must of had 100 between 2 of us on Sunday.. 

did you notice some odd baitfish?  there were some balls of what looked like quarter sized permits swimming around

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28 mins ago, pricise10 said:

You should see those bastards from the nj forum crying about there’s no fish.lol

Post some of the party boat pics and get them crazy :laugh:

 

The slaughter is on!

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27 mins ago, Bernie12 said:

did you notice some odd baitfish?  there were some balls of what looked like quarter sized permits swimming around

No not this weekend.. did snag a good sized butter fish on mag darter few weeks ago so they def around.. its was miles of adult bunker and some micro spearing or chovy or what not 

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On 11/6/2017 at 3:49 PM, JaseB said:

It's actually the opposite Derrick.  Tom's Cove Aquaculture is the big one.  They do the pen raised oysters too, but many of the locals harvest the wild beds.  Try and pull you boat up to one of the natural oyster bars on the Assateague Channel if you want to find out for sure.  If you get salts that are wild, they are long, skinny and a bitch to open.  Farm raised are rounder.  Outside of Chowder/Quahogs, I think you'd have a hard time finding wild clams. 

Like these?  We've got some areas that were oysters were successfully reintroduced.  There's a brewery that makes a locally caught oyster stout.  

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3 hours ago, HugeDinghy said:

if only the dinks that I have caught this fall make it to adulthood, and not one other bass....we will have a very healthy fishery.

 

bizarre year in RI.

Nothing gets by the fleet.  NOTHING

 

 

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36 mins ago, Tom T said:

Post some of the party boat pics and get them crazy :laugh:

 

The slaughter is on!

Some boats looked like they had 300 people on them.

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