kingfisher2424

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  1. Recently acquired 2 old school MTK darter bodies. Hardware was included. Anyone here willing to put them together if I cover all the costs? If not could anyone point me in the direction to someone who may be able to help. Thanks folks. Ky
  2. That used? Looks like a blue got a hold of the front of the plug. The eye chipped or damaged as well?
  3. Someone mentioned you have to find someone who thinks like you. Has the same drive and patience as you. I try to cover as much ground as possible. I would much rather hunt down a bite then sit in 1 spot waiting for fish to cross you. Not everyone is ok with walking miles and miles through the night. This is the main reason why I enjoy fishing solo. I've met a bunch of great guys over the years but only 1 will stick with me and fish the way I do. Most of the guys I meet do not put in the time and effort to make things happen. Make reports. Never follow them.
  4. And you guys are ok with people from out of state joining?
  5. Happen to keep a log? Curious to know what the ocean temps were like for ya's back then in Jan. Them fish had been eating pretty good.
  6. You do have to work the sinkers faster but try to pop it alittle less while reeling just fast enough to keep it wagging on the surface. They will wiggle slowly on top with a steady retrieve. May take an extra pump or to to get it popping again...
  7. Just stick with the basics. 1/2-3/4 oz bt's, 4 or 5 inch tsunami shad, 5in rough sided fins, and tins. Not made anymore but the vision sand eel accounted for a lot of fish over the weekend. Awesome little plastics. Rarely fish the point but I would bet on SP's if fishing there with that added sweep and current. Up your porfile if you ever run into bunker. They do pop up from time to time especially in the spring.
  8. White Wrangler? Has to be the guy I saw at the inlet (Sunday morning I believe) as I was coming off just after sun up. Never saw him before. Not sure if he's a regular or not.
  9. Over the past few years I've learned not to listen to a single word old inlet has to say. Plenty of schoolies were caught in the surf over the weekend. Biggest I knew of was 26in. All on plugs. Finding that hour or two window when the fish were chewing was the real task. Nightshift Fri and sat produced absolutely nothing. Sweet light shows both nights though.
  10. The cheesy doesn't offer you better opportunities as opposed to driving 4+ miles to J? Boat thing?
  11. For the most part surfcasters feel more confident and secure during the day hours. Personally I will choose nights over daylight anytime. I trust my judgement 100 percent and will not push it past a certain point. Full confidence in your gear and overall ability is crutial. You either know what your doing or you don't. Simple as that.
  12. Funny, I was talking to a buddy about trying this tactic from the tips of any inlet during the right winds and tides. He immediately thought of using glow sticks. Very clever idea. Appreciate you taking a minute to break it down.
  13. Great idea. You mind sharing how you set it up?
  14. Takes a tremendous amount of trial and error to even begin to understand Indian River inlet. So many variables.. Just stick to the basics at first. Shads, bt's, and bombers or sp's fished in as many different ways as you can think of. Dont feel like you always have to hug the bottom. Alot of times bass are ceuzing the mid column. Work with and against the current. Eventually you will find a pattern. More time you spend the more your going to learn.
  15. 7-8lb can on a redfin?? Anyone ever plug up a cat before? DE river..