SeaZen 21

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  1. What makes it a heavy heaver? What are the rod specs? If you don’t mind me asking
  2. See any triggers?
  3. Sounds smart. I don’t think I’m ready for such a mature and responsible move like that just yet.
  4. I'm glad the NJ fishery could put a smile on your face. Sounds like you had a blast.
  5. Neat jigs KilSong. What are they? nevermind, I found them on your site
  6. If you don't mind me asking, was this out front or in the back? Reminds me of the first time I hooked a beauty and lost it right at the boat too. This was 3-4 years ago, after numerous skunks on my 1st and only boat (so far), I saw a whale cruising and feeding. I decided to troll a mojo well behind him hoping a bass would think like I did. Sure enough I hook up and get the fish alongside the boat. Like a dummy though, I reach back for the net which was up in a hardtop rod holder, and with the back and forth of going for the net and back to the gunnel, I got some slack in my line and the fish came unbuttoned. I thought about that one for a long time afterward. I should've just barehanded it and pulled the fish in, but for some reason I felt I had to use the net...ya big dummy!
  7. The Navionics app gives pretty detailed info. I can't see that river specifically because I only paid for my area NJ, but the app shows good detail of our local rivers.
  8. Any updates on this story?
  9. I did well a couple seasons ago using a version of the wonder rig with live killies. Bucktail at the bottom tipped with gulp with a live killie on the dropper using those t-bar swivels. I prefer a simpler setup so went back to using gulp only.
  10. If I’m not mistaken, NY has always opened earlier than NJ. Thus, intel from NY fluke fisherpeople like CWitek should be accurate.
  11. Sounds like the same strategy as early spring stripers
  12. I’m not sure if you have a target price range, or if you are looking for conventional vs spinning, but I was also going to suggest the Black Hole Charter Special. The Jigging world nexus can certainly be an all around boat rod. I also like their Night Ranger rod. I have all 3 of these rods and feel they all can handle what you’re asking of them. I don’t know that jigging world claims those rods can handle fish like what Kil caught on the charter special (pretty impressive), but I did land a couple spinner sharks on my nexus without problems. Good luck!
  13. Cool. Thanks
  14. Now that the fluke season is about to open in NJ, and earlier than previous year, where is the best place to target them this early? Is it more of a river/bay fishery, or is out front where the action is at? I’m certainly not looking for spots or even counties, just a general idea of back vs front. Thanks
  15. Did you ever pull the trigger? What did your dad go with?