Dogfisher1

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    10/11/1976

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    Wood Carving.

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    Matawan, NJ

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  1. Great info. Thanks a lot.
  2. Good to know. Thanks.
  3. Renting the Pearl at Smith Island. They supply kayaks. I'm used to chasing stripes, blues and flounder in Raritan Bay. Any advice for July backwater at Smith Island?
  4. I want to take my wife and kids (8 &12), camping in a tent. I'm thinking northern New Jersey. I want very easy access to fishing. Taking kayaks. Would like to have the car near campsite. Anybody have any suggestions? A bathroom nearby would also be nice.
  5. This item is no longer for sale.
  6. I like to park at the Missile Monument. Short walk to the bay and admission is free if you get there before 7am.
  7. 2018 Ocean Kayak – Prowler 13. Retails for $800. 13’ long sit-on-top kayak. Includes: Scotty Rod holder mounted in front. RAM ball accessory mounts for Fishfinder, GoPro, etc. New paddle (generic - not pictured), Homemade PVC cart. Foam battery holder mounted in the hull. Optional additions: 2018 Garmin Striker 4 Fishfinder with 12V battery in watertight box. $600 cash. - $700 with Fishfinder and Battery. Matawan, NJ.
  8. I was actually really comfortable. Wore my suit 3 days earlier and roasted.
  9. Good tip Bantis. Here's an unexpected beast I snagged last weekend trying to find that striper bite.
  10. It's a 2013. Seller said 2014. Installing the through hull tomorrow.
  11. Wish it was Lowrance ready but I'll survive.
  12. Bought it. Fished it. Awesome.
  13. 2014/2015 Hobie Mirage Revolution 13 Kayak. Includes drive, seat, paddle , scupper cart. One season of use. $1500. I'm sick of paddling. Should I go for it?
  14. I'm a generally a lure man in the salt, but I wanna try for some lake trout this year and a friend told me to try live shiners. How do you guys keep them alive in a kayak? I've heard bait bucket in the water, mesh laundry bag with pool noodle in the water, or a bucket with a bubbler on board. The water's still pretty cold right now. Will they die if I keep them in the water?