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post #121 of 1909
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Originally Posted by cowcatcher View Post
 

 

Too bad you didnt win the freezer vacuum thing.

 

I tried, I really was hoping I posted a winner.  

post #122 of 1909
BENT ROD. SCREAMING DRAG............
post #123 of 1909
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Originally Posted by SPCFUDGIE View Post
 
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Originally Posted by Ken080 View Post

What's action has been going on at the hook? Yeah, very slow down in IBSP. slow at the hook too just a much shorter drive for me

 

 

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Originally Posted by tan5374 View Post
 

I thought the hook was closed due to the gov shutdown???

 

The Hook IS closed due to the government shutdown

:mad:

. I had to make a delivery for my co. at the MAST school today. Signs on 36, signs before the entrance, and a guard stopping you at the gate. One guy with NY plates in front of me getting turned away, guess he's been living in a hole the last few days

:huh:

. Water looked fishy, there were some construction guys working in the parking lots, don't know if they were working on the "fishing beach" area. Was thinking about sneaking on to the beach, but the work truck has GPS, the boss would have been wondering where Lot K was

:waiting2: 

post #124 of 1909
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Originally Posted by Sudsy View Post

Are the croakers still hitting in Raritan bay ??

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Originally Posted by NJCoast82 View Post

Couple buddies I know that have been been targeting them say the bit has really died down.

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Originally Posted by christopherr View Post

Sudsy:

They were blitzing Saturday and so were the Seabass.

Not a single croaker or spot in the place that's been money for me all season long.
Small seabass up the wazoo and a bunch of eels, that was it, entire outgoing tide.

Cleaning and packing up all the fluke and croaker gear and getting back into bass mode as of tomorrow.
post #125 of 1909
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Originally Posted by bayyaker54 View Post

but the work truck has GPS, the boss would have been wondering where Lot K was
waiting.gif  

Actually, it's Lot E. He's looking for bait. tongue.gif
post #126 of 1909
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Originally Posted by blind squirl View Post


i lost a chicken scratch sp last week. Lure was beat to hell but had a ton of mojo. If you found one,ITS MINE!!!!

 

Mr. Squirl....... I actually found a chicken scratch SP a couple of days ago. Looks like it got snagged in a clump of mussels near the Spring Lake/Belmar border. I should be back to the beach next week. Where do you want me to leave it?

post #127 of 1909
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Originally Posted by bbfish View Post

You sure the mullet you caught weren't shad?
I think you are right, My eyes are terrible at night, my head lamp died and I've never seen a shad or mullet that big or one hit a teaser and a sp. I was confused on what the hell it was and only thing I really made out was the dot by the gills
post #128 of 1909
Fished the NoMoCo beaches this morning for 2 hrs around sunrise. Threw the bag...buck tails, needles, sp minnow, poppers, danny's and got the big ole skunk. Back at it tomorrow
post #129 of 1909
Highlands Weather

October 3, 2013, 8:16 AM


Mostly sunny


Mostly sunny
59°F

real feel: 61°F

current pressure: 30 in

wind speed: 2 mph NNW

wind gusts: 2 mph

sunrise: 6:55

sunset: 18:34






44065 Entrance Bouy Conditions
Station 44065 - New York Harbor Entrance - 15 NM SE of Breezy Point , NYOctober 3, 2013
October 3, 2013 7:50 am EDT Location: 40.369N 73.703W Wind Direction: N (360°) Wind Speed: 1.9 knots Wind Gust: 3.9 knots Significant Wave Height: 1.3 ft Dominant Wave Period: 11 sec Average Period: 5.3 sec Mean Wave Direction: SSE (157°) Atmospheric Pressure: 30.09 in (1019.1 mb) Pressure Tendency: +0.05 in (+1.6 mb) Air Temperature: 67.5°F (19.7°C) Water Temperature: 67.6°F (19.8°C) […]



SDHN4 Sandy Hook, NJ Conditions
Station SDHN4 - 8531680 - Sandy Hook, NJOctober 3, 2013
October 3, 2013 7:48 am EDT Location: 40.467N 74.01W Air Temperature: 66.2°F (19.0°C) Water Temperature: 68.4°F (20.2°C
post #130 of 1909
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Originally Posted by Mr. Bigdeal View Post

Highlands Weather

October 3, 2013, 8:16 AM


Mostly sunny


Mostly sunny
59°F

real feel: 61°F

current pressure: 30 in

wind speed: 2 mph NNW

wind gusts: 2 mph

sunrise: 6:55

sunset: 18:34






44065 Entrance Bouy Conditions
Station 44065 - New York Harbor Entrance - 15 NM SE of Breezy Point , NYOctober 3, 2013
October 3, 2013 7:50 am EDT Location: 40.369N 73.703W Wind Direction: N (360°) Wind Speed: 1.9 knots Wind Gust: 3.9 knots Significant Wave Height: 1.3 ft Dominant Wave Period: 11 sec Average Period: 5.3 sec Mean Wave Direction: SSE (157°) Atmospheric Pressure: 30.09 in (1019.1 mb) Pressure Tendency: +0.05 in (+1.6 mb) Air Temperature: 67.5°F (19.7°C) Water Temperature: 67.6°F (19.8°C) […]



SDHN4 Sandy Hook, NJ Conditions
Station SDHN4 - 8531680 - Sandy Hook, NJOctober 3, 2013
October 3, 2013 7:48 am EDT Location: 40.467N 74.01W Air Temperature: 66.2°F (19.0°C) Water Temperature: 68.4°F (20.2°C

Damn; water temp up almost a degree from yesterday. No wonder limited bass fishing; they've all been lulled to sleep and the bait has been cooked in place!
post #131 of 1909
Had to share. Back-to-back mid-teens on a Red Gill Tuesday night out front. Put nine on the sand and had at least that many come unbuttoned. Outgoing tide, light NW, no visible bait.
post #132 of 1909
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Originally Posted by LetsGoIrish View Post

Had to share. Back-to-back mid-teens on a Red Gill Tuesday night out front. Put nine on the sand and had at least that many come unbuttoned. Outgoing tide, light NW, no visible bait.
Nice Fish!
post #133 of 1909
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Originally Posted by LetsGoIrish View Post

Had to share. Back-to-back mid-teens on a Red Gill Tuesday night out front. Put nine on the sand and had at least that many come unbuttoned. Outgoing tide, light NW, no visible bait.
Very nice.
post #134 of 1909
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Originally Posted by LetsGoIrish View Post

Had to share. Back-to-back mid-teens on a Red Gill Tuesday night out front. Put nine on the sand and had at least that many come unbuttoned. Outgoing tide, light NW, no visible bait.

Very nice! Congrats!
post #135 of 1909

Only a few Hickories for me this morning back in the Zone.  Ocean has gone completely flat and very warm.  The only signs of life were Hickories jumping and one chop off of my Slider worm on the ava.  Love the weather, just not what it is doing to the water.  The way its going we won't be seeing frost until December.

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