Jsunkler

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About Jsunkler

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  • Birthday October 14

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  1. Fished the last two hours of the outgoing tide out front in Atlantic County on Friday. Ended up with 32 nice sized northern kingfish. As soon as the lead hit the bottom, they were on it. Nonstop until I ran out of bloodworms. Plenty of fish tacos in the plans this week
  2. It takes a few of them, but they make killer fish tacos
  3. Fished for fluke out back in Atlantic County this passed weekend. Saturday picked up a 13" and 15" off a sandbar, both took the 4" white gulp mullet teaser. Sunday I hopped on a buddies boat and we picked up 20 short fluke ranging from 6"-17.5"
  4. I'm in for the Scabelly! Thanks
  5. Get a thin plastic mat for the bottom of the crate, I used an outdoor place mat cut to my crate size that I punched a few small holes in for drainage. This keeps any lures from snagging the crate or whatever its sitting on if the lure drops down the tubes.
  6. I used a cleaned out peanut butter plastic jar, and has worked just fine for me.
  7. "they are in" Thanks Gunner!
  8. Thanks for the responses, I picked up one from Saltwater Edge to see their design and how it works. The plan after that will be to make my own, think this technique could be deadly for summer flounder in the NJ surf
  9. As the water warms up fishbites seem to work just as good as bloodworms, but early on the bloodworms are the ticket.
  10. Looking to add casting eggs and teasers to arsenal. Where do you recommend buying the eggs? Also I have seen a few different sizes (1, 2, 3, 3+ oz) which sizes do you guys typically use
  11. Im in! Thanks for the chance, those look killer
  12. I use the xtratuf ankle deck boots in the summer
  13. Clams in June/July allow for a mixed bag of stripers n drum in NJ.
  14. 2oz+ is typically overkill for that inlet. I will either use weightless or up to 1 oz max