Duke of the North Shore

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  1. Lots of good locations along the coast good luck finding a place to park though
  2. I get being respectful with shining a headlamp in somebody’s face but let’s be honest for a moment. We are not sneaking onto the private golf course to fish their stocked pond. Unless you are fishing a flat beach and even then a rogue wave can catch you off guard, Striper fishing involves some pretty hairy locations. Tell me if I’m fishing a jetty in the wee hours of the morning I can’t use my head lamp and I will shove you off it. We all want to be successful and we all want to get home safe
  3. That show jumped the shark when they started bringing Tomase and Reimer on consistently
  4. They will make quick work out of 40# Stripers too
  5. I was hoping to find something that casts well but has good action with heavy duty hooks. I upgraded my SPs to 4x strong and am not impressed with the action. I read the Hydros come with stout hooks and doesn’t affect the action negatively
  6. Does anybody have any experience with this plug? How does it compare to an SP?
  7. I don’t think anybody’s pleasant at 2 AM
  8. It wouldn’t surprise me if it was a GW either, I’ve seen seals up and down the coastline from Beverly to Gloucester
  9. Trust me, if Steve was still a guide I would pay a kings ransom to fish with him. It was a inside joke that I’m sure Brian got lol
  10. I always heard he was a bit of a “One Trick Pony” and the guys he runs with are always taking pictures of sunrises.
  11. No truer words have been said on a online fishing forum
  12. Jumping Minnow only works in your YouTube videos
  13. Braid+ 40lb+ leader and tighten down drags = bent hooks
  14. Steve Gallant doesn’t guide anymore. The only guides I know of around the PI area are boat only. If you really want to learn and fish the PI area I would wait until the entire Parker River Refuge is open. Right now you’re limited to the mouth of Merrimack and the Southern tip of PI, which you can’t fish at night anyway. Once the entire refuge opens up just walk the beach. Trust me the way the fishing has been up there it’s worth waiting
  15. The Parker River Refuge closes at sunset and they kick everyone out right now. When the Plovers are done nesting (August) they will let people fish after dark. You can access the jettys night and day. Be damn careful if you fish off them