y0ukn0wit

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  1. 8 hours ago, Jackflag said:

    NIGHT SPORT FISHING PERMIT Requirements: Fee of $35.00, $60-Out of State, Vehicle Registration, Driver’s License and DEC Marine registry is required Permit is valid for fishing after sunset only from April 1-December 31, except where noted

     

     

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    Perfect - thanks is again


  2. On 12/16/2017 at 10:52 AM, Patrick9915 said:

    I have a 135.  It's big and heavy. The pedal drive works well but it does snag weeds and is a little cumbersome to retract.  There is removable box where you can mount a fish finder and it will work with side scan but you can't mount the screen to the box and use the pedal drive because when you retract it, the pedals will hit the screen. 

     

    It's stable and paddles okay.  They have a lot of tracks for mounting accessories. They have spots where you could theoretically mount flush mounts but there isn't internal access to that area. I haven't done it because I don't know what lies beneath. I don't want to cut holes and then see there is something structural in there. 

    Thanks for your input! Trying to decide on a vessel is tough sight unseen and there are so many options. The weight is definitely a deciding factor as I will be roof mounting this thing on my SUV. 


  3. 20 mins ago, HardyG said:

    Well this is different.....some forecasts have a big storm hitting NJ on the 5th anniversary of Sandy.....high winds, heavy rain, coastal flooding, beach erosion etc.  The NJ marine forecast does not reflect this.

    Had one of my best days fishing from the beach the Wednesday before Sandy ;)

    Got on the beach at 7am and left at 1pm because my arms where about to fall off



  4. Quote:

    Originally Posted by WickedStriper View Post


    Any ideas?  Cabelas has a $70 pair (Ultralight 2 Lug Wading Boots) and Korkers has a $210 pair (KGBs).  I was leaning towards getting some stocking foot waders from LL Bean and using Korkers Castrax strap-ons ($80) with a good pair of wading boots, but am open to ideas.  If I do get Castrax, then the boots would need to be about ~$70 because LL Bean's studded boot foot waders are $150 more than the stocking foot (hence if I use Castrax, then I have about $70 to spend on boots otherwise I should probably go with the boot foot waders).  But again I dont mind spending a bit more as long as the stuff will last a very long time.  Thanks guys.





    Also regarding waders..I'm a big advocate of the Orvis Sonicseam $230, but worth it! Welded seams, reinforced knees, extremely light and breathable. Instead of getting the Korkers KGBs get the better waders and get the $100 pair of Korkers




  5. Quote:

    Originally Posted by redfin View Post

    I am a big fan of Korkers FB3310 $88 with the interchangeable felt and rubbersoles and a decent stocking foot wader. I would also add the Korker omitrack sole FA3040 $40 for the rocks. As far as waders go Cabelas or LL should do. I buy only from Cabelas and they have great stuff. You should be able to do the Korkers, extra studded sole and wader for $250 if that is within your budget.



    The korkers omnitrack sole that you use is it the "studded rubber" one? 




  6. Quote:

    Originally Posted by WickedStriper View Post


    Any ideas?  Cabelas has a $70 pair (Ultralight 2 Lug Wading Boots) and Korkers has a $210 pair (KGBs).  I was leaning towards getting some stocking foot waders from LL Bean and using Korkers Castrax strap-ons ($80) with a good pair of wading boots, but am open to ideas.  If I do get Castrax, then the boots would need to be about ~$70 because LL Bean's studded boot foot waders are $150 more than the stocking foot (hence if I use Castrax, then I have about $70 to spend on boots otherwise I should probably go with the boot foot waders).  But again I dont mind spending a bit more as long as the stuff will last a very long time.  Thanks guys.





    If you get Korkers do not get the BOA system, get them with regular laces. Sand gets into the tightening knob making it very hard to release. I had to remove the knob numerous times to get it to release. Korkers has a good pair of boots with the interchangeable sole and regular laces for about $100-$120. Wore a pair of Ultralights some years back, the boot is very bulky in the sole and they run a half size smaller than whats advertised.




  7. Quote:

    Originally Posted by Africaster View Post

    Uuuuummmmm ...... Witless, it's got more to do with having the same thing for sale on two different sites at the same time. What if you get 2 simultaneous "I'll take it", one from either site, whom do you morally sell it to? AND what do you say to the other buyer? This community is a bunch of like minded individuals (more or less), whom are experienced enough to avoid being put in a situation as described above by ........ oh bugger it, either be guided by the rules or go play on the other site.



    If you're done slapping my hand I'd like to go back to selling this reel. I can take constructive criticism and admit when I'm wrong but please do not insult my intelligence...especially on Monday afternoon when most people are at work and don't have the time to write a formal/detailed explanation.


  8. $100 is too much, I can do $85 shipped and you can keep the braid line since I own big spools of suffix braid.

     

    I got my hand slapped for offering this to you while having a WTS thread open... so I guess I officially withdraw this from here. If you like to further discuss this please find the" WTS Shimano Baitrunner 4500B" thread