Captain Planet

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  1. It's definitely a workout. No backing down on fish, having to do laps around the boat while trying to gain on a fish, going over and under people. Had a bluefin trip last year where like 6 people were hooked up at the same time. I think 1 or 2 from that bite ended up in the boat.
  2. Even the really heavy big ones swim super high in the water column. I'll throw a 2 or 4oz WAY out there, and it still swims and doesn't drag on the bottom. Even crawling it back. It's my go-to for trying to reach a bait pod.
  3. Someone caught an east coast tagged striper years later in England. Somehow got across the pond. Definitely saw a Manta ray and Cobia cruising around the tip of the Manasquan inlet a few years ago. Spear guy came climbing out of the water freaking out saying he just shot a spear at a cobia and it bounced off it. Thought he was a nut, but sure enough the both of them were casually patroling the tip and north side.
  4. Earlier this year, tents were prohibited. I guess they didn't want people hanging out too long. The potty tents were specifically included in this.
  5. I've had this for a season, used maybe twice to catch bonita. Not really going to have the opportunity to slow jig anytime in the near future, so this has to go. Rod is in almost new condition, just a little dusty. Accurate reel not included. $250 OBO local(Monmouth/Ocean Counties) cash / paypal. I think I paid $500 for this at the Reel Seat. Will ship at buyers expense.
  6. Done. @SeaZen 21
  7. Some people want the bailless kit.
  8. You find the parts and the box, i'll give you 325
  9. Yeah when I was there, it was 6 guys in a white pickup with huge wheels and thin little tires stuck at the end of the wood walkway, blocking almost the whole road. They were trying to air it down more, but good luck the sidewall is like 2" tall. At the same time, someone driving a Cadillac crossover thing stuck and spinning wheels and already down to the frame, like 4 feet off the pavement. I told him to stop hammering the gas, air down, and get a shovel and he looked at me like I had 3 heads. No passes on either.
  10. Final Bump. Make an offer.
  11. So many trucks out there last weekend with no passes. So many asshats with super low profile tires stuck right at the entrance.
  12. Where in LI are you. I'm interested, but would like to see it in person prior.
  13. Nobody like slow pitch?
  14. Bump
  15. Fuji JDM Something or other. They are nice, high end guides. Not sure exactly which ones. http://centauranglerschoice.com/slowjigging-chiron.html They are in perfect shape, that's just dust.
  16. I have the 400P, and can't say anything bad about it except maybe the price. They aren't cheap. I'll be selling it eventually, but I'll also be replacing it with an onboard ARB setup. That would be the only reason I would get rid of it.
  17. Hey I know this is an old post, but I am taking off my running boards and putting on rock sliders this weekend most likely, I can probably ship them to you if you want. I'll get a shipping quote if you want, I'll likely have the packaging sorted out once the sliders get here. It was a $100 or so to have them shipped here from CO, so you can have them for a little more than that. It's a $600 dealer option IIRC.
  18. Where are you in NJ?
  19. Are these gen 1? Trying to figure out why these are so cheap/
  20. Replacing wheels and tires and these will likely sit around. Have 1.3k miles on them right now. Like new. These are off a 2019 4Runner TRD Offroad Premium Pics to follow if there is any interest. $650 TPMS sensors alone are $90 a pop at the dealership from what I just saw.
  21. I was between the AT3W's and the Grabber ATx. Went with the generals after they offered a $100 rebate. Super happy with them. Same concept as the AT3W. Mix of road and offroad, has same winter rating too. Very quiet on the highway too.
  22. I mean rock sliders are more for bashing into rocks and stuff, but there are a bunch of companies that make them with step platforms. It's basically a running board made of steel tubing that bolts to the frame in like 15 places instead of to the body. In the event of impact, it stays in place instead of bending and crumpling the body and doors of the truck. Edit: if you really want the stock ones, I'll sell ya mine for a lot cheaper than the dealer ones. I was planning on taking them off but have nowhere to store them.
  23. Whatever the off-road premium ones are. I don't like the look, and they'll just bend the body if you hit anything with them
  24. My 19 4runner came with them, but i'll probably replace them with rock sliders at some point.
  25. Was more or less contingent upon me being in the area next week for work. I will not be anymore. If I can sell local and avoid driving 8 hours I will. If I can't, he can have them, no problem. It might just be a few weeks to a month.