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post #541 of 1909
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Fished the SFZ late afternoon to early evening. Wanted to see the drama of big waves and wind first hand. It was very interesting to be standing in one inch of water one moment, and then about thigh high the next moment. Water was warm and relatively clean. Threw an AVA 27 and a teaser with no results. Didn't really expect anything. Didn't see any beach erosion where I was. .........Overall an exciting evening in the pounding surf.

Yeah, was same for me at LBI yesterday. Had a few waves crash against me and pretty much soaked the shirt I was wearing. Even with the tide going out the water was still coming pretty far up the beach...was interesting.

post #542 of 1909
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Snooky taking a beach nap?
No shark would eat that...
post #543 of 1909

anybody wanna report conditions? anybody out their?

post #544 of 1909
I live on the water in Port Monmouth. The conditions are a lot better than what is being called for. The wind is actually very light. Also very little rain. I have this entire weekend to do some hardcore fishing. My wife and daughter will be in Texas tonight. I will be heading out as soon as I get home from dropping them off at the airport. The tide isn't right for my go to inside location, but may just head out front with some big AVA's and sandeel teasers. If anyone wants to meet up, P.M. me here or call me on my cell after 5:00 P.M. 201-522-5615.
Jim
post #545 of 1909
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Originally Posted by JBreese1 View Post

I live on the water in Port Monmouth. The conditions are a lot better than what is being called for. The wind is actually very light. Also very little rain. I have this entire weekend to do some hardcore fishing. My wife and daughter will be in Texas tonight. I will be heading out as soon as I get home from dropping them off at the airport. The tide isn't right for my go to inside location, but may just head out front with some big AVA's and sandeel teasers. If anyone wants to meet up, P.M. me here or call me on my cell after 5:00 P.M. 201-522-5615.
Jim

finally some positivity. thanks for the update man!  If u were in LBI id be hitting you up.  Im gonna be grabbing some big avas and throwing them on my meat stick with some teasers and giving it a shot tomorrow. Im desperate.

post #546 of 1909

you can be as positive as you like but sometimes you have to know when to throw in the towel.  ya got to know when to hold em, know when to fold em..  

post #547 of 1909

I fished about 45 min this morning from 6:45am to 7:30am, Shark River Inlet and the beach north of it. Low tide, maybe just start to come in.

 

The water was very dirty on the beach, all brown color within the distance that I could see from the beach out. Strong north east wind was still there, very hard to cast to east direction. I was only able to cast when I stand on jetties and cast to South direction.

 

In the Inlet, water was remarkable "clean", and looked fishy and definitely fishable. Unfortunately nothing took my lures. When I left, the tide started to come in and, the water color in the Inlet did start to get muddy too.

 

Right now, it's drizzling in SFZ area, wind is still strong, from NE. Stay home if you want to save gas money.

post #548 of 1909
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Originally Posted by SurfGazer View Post

I fished about 45 min this morning from 6:45am to 7:30am, Shark River Inlet and the beach north of it. Low tide, maybe just start to come in.

The water was very dirty on the beach, all brown color within the distance that I could see from the beach out. Strong north east wind was still there, very hard to cast to east direction. I was only able to cast when I stand on jetties and cast to South direction.

In the Inlet, water was remarkable "clean", and looked fishy and definitely fishable. Unfortunately nothing took my lures. When I left, the tide started to come in and, the water color in the Inlet did start to get muddy too.

Right now, it's drizzling in SFZ area, wind is still strong, from NE. Stay home if you want to save gas money.

Thanks for your update

I was think about going fishing tonight down in brigetine but since I read your message and decide to cancelled the trip

jay
post #549 of 1909
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Thanks for your update

I was think about going fishing tonight down in brigetine but since I read your message and decide to cancelled the trip

jay


Haha ... Jay I hope my update is not going to cost your missing of the world record striper opportunity.

 

Stay safe.

post #550 of 1909
Conditions have deteriorated since my last post. Wind has picked up and steady rain now. I will just play it by ear, and keep watching the local radar. The nice thing is I can have a line in the water 3 Min. from leaving my front door.
Jim
post #551 of 1909
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Highlands, NJ

October 11, 2013, 1:53 PM


Cloudy


Cloudy
65°F

real feel: 60°F

current pressure: 30 in

wind speed: 13 mph NE

wind gusts: 18 mph

sunrise: 7:03

sunset: 18:22






44065 Entrance Bouy Conditions
Station 44065 - New York Harbor Entrance - 15 NM SE of Breezy Point , NYOctober 11, 2013
October 11, 2013 12:50 pm EDT Location: 40.369N 73.703W Wind Direction: NE (40°) Wind Speed: 19.4 knots Wind Gust: 21.4 knots Atmospheric Pressure: 29.99 in (1015.6 mb) Pressure Tendency: +0.00 in (+0.0 mb) Air Temperature: 63.9°F (17.7°C) Water Temperature: 64.4°F (18.0°C) […]



SDHN4 Sandy Hook, NJ Conditions
Station SDHN4 - 8531680 - Sandy Hook, NJOctober 11, 2013
October 11, 2013 1:30 pm EDT Location: 40.467N 74.01W Air Temperature: 64.2°F (17.9°C) Water Temperature: 65.3°F (18.5°C)
post #552 of 1909
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Originally Posted by Dreamchaser82 View Post

finally some positivity. thanks for the update man!  If u were in LBI id be hitting you up.  Im gonna be grabbing some big avas and throwing them on my meat stick with some teasers and giving it a shot tomorrow. Im desperate.

I am hitting LBI in the morning.
post #553 of 1909
Monmouth county is plenty fishable, stained but no weeds or anything to foul plugs. Near SRI the beach was unfishable due to crap in the water. I can't wait to see how the beach looks after this all, a lot of sand was lost where I've been.
post #554 of 1909
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Originally Posted by JBreese1 View Post

I live on the water in Port Monmouth. The conditions are a lot better than what is being called for. The wind is actually very light. Also very little rain. I have this entire weekend to do some hardcore fishing. My wife and daughter will be in Texas tonight. I will be heading out as soon as I get home from dropping them off at the airport. The tide isn't right for my go to inside location, but may just head out front with some big AVA's and sandeel teasers. If anyone wants to meet up, P.M. me here or call me on my cell after 5:00 P.M. 201-522-5615.
Jim

Go Aggies! Nice to see you on the site Jim. I'm heading for PA and my grandson's last Fall
Ball game on Sat. Back in Atl. Hlnds on Sunday.

How did your basement turn out.

Bob
post #555 of 1909
Heading out around 6:00 P.M. Defiantly fishable and looks fishy smile.gif
Jim
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