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About pioneeratsea

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  • Birthday 05/29/1951


  • Interests (Hobbies, favorite activities, etc.):
    Fishing of course
  • What I do for a living:
    Work with persons with disabilities and provide medical staffing

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  1. This time of year you might look for the warmest water you can find, usually fairly shallow. A few degrees can make a big difference. Good luck!!
  2. Once you get used to it, you will love it. With the lever on, drop to the bottom, jig for a bit then push the lever and go back to the bottom and repeat. You don't have to hit the bottom on every bump. Good luck.
  3. Great show, Fred. Very interesting how simple it can be.
  4. All of FranK Daignault's books on surf fishing are very good.
  5. 68 at the end of this month (May) and still kicking!!!
  6. I would think you have plenty of power for that setup. Just make sure that the batteries are set up so that only one is being used at a time (12 volt system). 24 volts will ruin that troller.
  7. I had mine redone at Maximum Marine in south Jersey. Great work, they stand by it, and they are efficient in getting it done.
  8. That picture of the open mouth is great!!!! Mac's in a week!!!
  9. Looks like the No Bones Fluke Tournament will be a smash with doormats for all !!!!!!!!
  10. Time to dust off the float rigs........
  11. Best wishes Rocky for you and your wife. Prayers sent.
  12. Agreed that running the motor is a great technique. I have a trolling motor on my boat, and when you get used to using that, it becomes another tool in the toolbox.
  13. Jigging World, Black Demon 75 MH, rated 30-50 lb test, 3-12 oz weights. Light, acid wrapped. I hear their Nexus series is good, too, but I have no experience with those.
  14. Did you take those pictures from the dock?
  15. Should be perfect for your intent. And would probably be good for throwing poppers at the sod banks, too.......