Surf Guy

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About Surf Guy

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  • Interests (Hobbies, favorite activities, etc.):
    Stripers, Drum, Family
  • What I do for a living:
    Environmental Consultant
  1. I agree completely with catching fresh bait. However my luck is pretty consistent, if I bring bait then the baitfish are biting, if I’m depending on catching my bait there, it’s the “Dead Sea”.
  2. Ok, sounds like it will be a detour to Kool I’ve unless there are any other recommendations out there. How about Lewes Ice House or Old Inlet B&T?
  3. Thanks John, I’ve heard about Cool Ice, but was trying to avoid the detour.
  4. Looking at options for Fresh Bunker or Spot when coming in from PA this Fall. Has anyone tried Master Baiters in New Castle, DE?
  5. I saw on another board that someone "lost" 10 rods on IBSP. I gotta ask... How do you loose 10 rods? Fall asleep during the incoming tide while bait fishing?
  6. I find that I get bored at night if the bite is not on. For me, it’s more about the total experience including the birds, sea life and scenery. However, there is a lot to be said for a clear star filled sky.
  7. ...and then they will be miserable SOB's, just like their Dads.
  8. Your kids will be working for them some day... If they can get jobs!
  9. At least they’re not sitting on the couch hoping that someone else will make their lives safer. You might not agree with them, but their opinions deserve the same respect that yours does. That’s where our society has gone wrong, people no longer respect opinions that are contrary to their own.
  10. The Bait shop is now called Trident Tackle, although there are still some "Captain Zed" signs still around.
  11. So how did everyone's cars do in the Pinewood Derby?
  12. It's all about working TOGETHER with your son... It's not his project or your project... Work together to build a car that you're both proud of... The results are secondary. Been there... Done that... My son is leaving for College next year, and we both still smile when we see a Pinewood Derby car. HAVE FUN!!!!
  13. I like the grip. What material did you use?
  14. As far as the NJDEP is concerned, ignorance is no excuse. In this case, if he was informed of the wetlands when he bought the house, then he knew exactly what he was doing. Think about how much his property value increased if he was able to make the wetlands "disappear" without anyone noticing. What goes around comes around...
  15. N.J.A.C. 7:7A-16.5 Civil administrative penalty (a) Whenever, on the basis of available information, the Department finds a person in violation of any provision of the Freshwater Wetlands Protection Act, or of any permit, transition area waiver, letter of interpretation, agreement, order, settlement, exemption letter, mitigation proposal, or rule promulgated or approved pursuant thereto, the Department may assess a civil administrative penalty of no more than $25,000 for each violation, not including any amount assessed for economic benefit as determined under N.J.A.C. 7:7A-16.13. The amount of the civil administrative penalty for each such violation shall be determined under N.J.A.C. 7:7A-16.8 through 16.13.