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About TKSurf


  • About Me:
    Longtime Jersey Shore surfer and bass fisherman
  1. Thanks, tough to tell which plug, most of mine that I fish are just plain white. It was the small Danny, water conditions were perfect for it.
  2. One this morning, nice to be back on the beach again.
  3. Out of the comfort zone again, two this morning on a diver, then the Blues showed up.
  4. Had to go out of my comfort zone due to weather, one of two this morning, numerous hits and misses, fish were active.
  5. Wire for Fire, I'm with you on the glitter with white plugs, I always lay on some glitter along the sides of the plugs. Just finished these today.
  6. Run away, run away now, there is still time. OK, don't say you weren't warned. Just start reading this forum, every question you could have has been asked and answered many times, and you will find that there are often many ways to solve a problem. This forum goes back to 2001 and there are many, many great builders who got their start here. As others will tell you, use the search feature when you have a question. You may want to start off with a plug building kit just to get acquainted with all the steps in the process and then start buying the tools you need.
  7. One in the surf this morning,
  8. Thanks Ed, water still feels pretty chilly out front with all the South wind we are getting.
  9. Some odds and ends, surfsters, jointeds and pnuts.
  10. Old saw I inherited, teeth on both sides of blade. Blade is 17 inches long.
  11. If you go the epoxy route, I've found that these chenille stems really help distribute the epoxy throughout the through hole and hook holes in the lure, especially large plugs. They are like big pipe cleaners, get them at craft stores.
  12. First one of the year for me in the surf this morning.
  13. Good job on that one Gill