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About RebelMusicNP

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  • Interests (Hobbies, favorite activities, etc.):
    Art, Music, Photography, Surf Fishing, Lathes and Vises.
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    Art Teacher
  1. Very likely. Last I saw the final bird was eating and getting bigger.
  2. Went from two none. Any information posted on what happened?
  3. That's a great fish. It really is an amazing feeling when you get that first fish of a species. My first bass was around dock lights at night and I watched fish fight over the fly. Talk about being hooked and unable to think about anything else that following day.
  4. Beautiful fish. I was up in the mountains of north jersey last weekend and caught natives and a wild rainbow. Was an awesome change of pace.
  5. Haven't posted in awhile, but felt the need. Nothing brought back some nostalgia like snagging a skate on a needle last night...exhilarating fight. Did pick a fish on the short trip I made.
  6. Glad someone mentioned Tonewood. They are on the right track. Kane kills it with any style almost always. I can never fully get into Icarus. They just come up short somewhere in each beer for me. Troon pours are always available at Brickwall and getting a can requires a lot of prayer and luck. I have been on a streak since late April where my fridge has been full of Tree House so other than a few trips to Kane while in the area I haven't been buying much local beer.
  7. I would say Troon but Kane is one of my favorites as well. I need a 5 gallon office cooler of Blue Hotel.
  8. Like many others here have said. I never met Dick. He was a favorite of mine on here because his words held a lot of life and his stories made you feel like you were right there with him. People like this, whether you know them or not, are a treasure to us all. Rest easy fellow angler.
  9. I fished out of a paddle Perception for years and years and recently found a 2009 Outback with Thule Hullavator listed on FB Marketplace for $1300. Kayak was in the water under a dozen times and came with some extras. I would go used with that budget as the new ones are pretty pricey. I am sure others will chime in but just my two cents.
  10. For the last 9 years I have been fishing less and less...I also have a 7 and 4 year old. A very early post in this thread made a good remark about how you have to think about why you started fishing in the first place. Catching is great but if you leave a spot and never took time to breathe in the air and take in the sights you missed out.
  11. Congratulation. Good fish man....
  12. Wish you all the best!
  13. The surfster lip would probably limit the plug to a narrow range of conditions where it shined. I would think the lefty lip would work well but the added surface of a small pikie lip might help the tail out a lot. As mentioned, when I start messing with a prototype I will drill holes for it to be single hook, two belly hook, and even place an extra hole for weight in areas I was curious about. Take a bunch of hardware to water and start seeing what happens. Plug looks awesome by the way.
  14. The Prairie Dog. I once took my fishing buddy there when I lived in Manasquan. He has eaten a pizza wrapped around a cheese steak before...he didn't finish all his food.