Murdoc

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  1. Thanks for your input fellas. I’m just getting frustrated like most people who aren’t catching. The blame is my own as I haven’t really adjusted tactics. I keep fishing the same waters that are close to my place at the shore with the same dirty water no matter what elements are. I started fishing for stripers of the jetties at IRI Delaware with success. I consider myself new to surfcasting because I have never used chunks or thrown lures from an open beach. Im also new to fishing in Jersey specifically CMC. These factors combined have given me a good skunking. I will take your advise and ask help locating good conditions. I use google to locate structure on the beach. Nothing beats the word of a person who just walked off the beach in this regard.
  2. Long time lurking. First time posting. I was recently on google earth. I noticed the satellite must have refreshed the images of the coastline on the east coast. You can really notice the mud line in the ocean. I wish this was done sooner as it might have helped people this fall find cleaner water. It’s disheartening to read negative surf fishing reports as I’m new to surfcasting. Hopefully something changes with the striper migration pattern because I’m not interested in fishing for skates. Here’s some numbers of what people are spending for recreational fishing in New Jersey. https://www.app.com/story/sports/outdoors/fishing/hook-line-and-sinker/2018/12/15/new-jersey-fishermen-spent-300-m-tackle-report/2320625002/