JerseyJammin

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About JerseyJammin

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  • Birthday 06/22/1985

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  • About Me:
    33 years old, wife and daughter in tow.
  • Interests (Hobbies, favorite activities, etc.):
    Fishing, Golf, Video Games
  • What I do for a living:
    Chemical Operator

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  • Location
    Somerville

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  1. Title pretty much says it all. I just got my first kayak and am ready to kick this season off soon. I went all in. Got a used Hobie Revo 13, fish finder, all the extra goodies. Lots of warmer nights coming up soon should bring temps to a good level. Would like to find someone who wants to get out there for a couple reasons. For one, it's just more fun with another person around and secondly, I'd be lyin if I said I wasn't a bit nervous to be out in a kayak for the first time. I'm goin out this Sunday on a little back bay creek to give it a test run. I'm lookin to be in the upper Delaware Bay area since I live close to there but will definitely be makin trips down to the Lewes area as well. Also will be looking to hit up AI a couple times throughout the season. Let me know guys!
  2. Yeah that's true. Just thought it would help to post here so it's more region-specific. Guess I'll just copy paste this thread over to there then. Thanks.
  3. Tough bunch lol. Well I'll report back with how the first outing goes with it on Sunday. Expecting to get skunked, but it's more about gettin my feet wet (hopefully not really) with the kayak than fishing for this one.
  4. Title pretty much says it all. I just got my first kayak and am ready to kick this season off soon. I went all in. Got a used Hobie Revo 13, fish finder, all the extra goodies. Lots of warmer nights coming up soon should bring temps to a good level. Would like to find someone who wants to get out there for a couple reasons. For one, it's just more fun with another person around and secondly, I'd be lyin if I said I wasn't a bit nervous to be out in a kayak for the first time. I'm goin out this Sunday on a little back bay creek to give it a test run. I'm lookin to be in the upper Delaware Bay area since I live close to there but will definitely be makin trips down to the Lewes area as well. Also will be looking to hit up AI a couple times throughout the season. Let me know guys!
  5. Just moved to Delaware from North Jersey this winter. Is the bay as bad as I hear it is? Not looking for spots as I know the drill. Just wondering if I can get into some good action from the shore. I'm up north more so hoping I can find em near the river to slaughter beach.
  6. Gonna take a few more super bowls to catch up there bud
  7. Went out on two tuna trips this year and it was pretty slow. Hopefully you do better than our boats did. Went out on the Voyager both times btw.
  8. Should just be a big community seminar from Tim tbh.
  9. Nothing beats throwing on a show from 72-78 and just castin. Even if your not catching it's just a good way to put a bad day behind you.
  10. Upon further evaluation, you're correct. Still pretty new to the salt, first time seeing a bonita. Still a grand slam of sorts though lol
  11. Out front MoCo 1200-1400 top of the outgoing. Managed a grand slam. A few small stripers, 2 small fluke, a few small bluefish and a super small albie lol. Glad I brought out my 7' light tackle instead of my 10' surf rod. Saw a ton of birds workin different areas all out of casting range. Bunch of bait in the wash. Edit: all were caught on a 6" albino shad paddeltail on a 1 oz. jighead except the fluke which were caught on a 3/4 oz bucktail
  12. Made a quick stop on the way back from fluke fishin at a nj lake. My PB 5lbs 14oz.
  13. This! I am a very meticulous person when I find a new hobby. I wanted to start playing chess years ago, studied it like it was my job, and now my elo is 1700~. With that said, when I decided to switch from fresh to salt, I tried my best to gather any and all info I could find. So one of the topics I researched was reading the surf and tbh, after about a dozen trips to the sand, I still cannot for the life of me see anything at all. Do sandbars not exist in most of NJ? I see no waves breaking further out. I see no rips or anything. Either i'm blind, they don't exist, or I really need help finding what to look for.
  14. Of course haha. I only started at the end of May and with having to work 60+ hour weeks and also living over an hour from the nearest beach, I've still managed to get out there at least a dozen times. I've thrown just about everything in the bag and have gotten action on an array of them so far. Just waiting for the fall to get here now!
  15. Well I didn't just buy random at least. I looked through a bunch of reports on here and basically ordered everything that worked haha. Sp minnows, mag darters, an assortment of poppers, a bunch of bucktails ranging in size and a bunch of soft plastics. Oh and a handful of metals for blues. I basically stocked myself for a few years in one shot.