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  1. I have a brand new 12wt fly rod for sale. It is a G. Loomis CrossCurrent Pro 1. 8’ 10” 1 piece rod. Due to the size it would need to be picked up in Philly, unless we can agree on a place to meet up. Asking $425. Would consider trades for Van Staal or Zeebaas reels.
  2. Tattoo 2oz Yellow Darter Tattoo 2oz Brown & Yellow Darter TA 2 oz SubDarter Bob Hahn 2 oz blue darter LIFishVT 2z Darter $130 shipped
  3. For those of you who keep detailed logs, do you find that the rising or setting of the moon (either full or new) has any effect on the feeding patterns of large stripers? Never paid much attention to it but I feel like it might be an important detail. Anyone?
  4. Orvis Original Made in England Battenkill 8/9 This reel landed some beautiful fish and has some rash so while it is selling on here for $250, i’m gonna give you a great deal at 150!!!
  5. just wondering when the stripers get to long island. Its been too long!
  6. Great deal on an Orvis Saltwater Rod 9ft/8wt/4 5/8oz - Perfect for pulling in some nice stripers, have landed Mahi on this rod!! 149$ - this Orvis rod selling for $250 on Ebay! Happy to ship but i can’t seem to locate the original case so if shipping - cost needs to be added in at whatever my cost is.
  7. St Croix 8’6” 5 Wt Two Piece fly rod. Only used a handful of times!! Same rod/Same condition selling on EBay for $140 A *Bargain* at 110 + any actual shipping charges
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  10. Hello!! My trip for CA has been cancelled due to COVID so they are sending me to Irving, TX for training. Ill be there 3/1/2021 - 3/13/2021 ish. I was planning on treking to galveston or going to PINS, but someone suggested going to Lake Texoma and i started looking into it. Im super excited as striped bass are one of my bucket list fish. Anybody have tips for an out of stater who doesn't even know where the "dam" is? Told to fish off of that, but i am probably blind because i cant find it on google maps. Anyways.... any help? Any cheap cheap cheeeeaap guides? Idk if i can bring a rod or not.
  11. Hi Everyone, I need some help. I recently ordered the St. Croix VIS80MHF Avid Inshore Spinning Rod - 8 ft and I need to find a spinning reel to pair with it. I plan to get more serious about striper/blue fishing in cape cod (Eastham/Welfleet area) and this rod will mainly be used in small rivers/estuaries as well as flats. I have been doing some research and I have heard some good options are the Shimano Saragosa 5/6K, Shimano Stradic FL5000, Shimano Spheros 6K, Shimano Sustain, and the Pen Slammer 4500. I was really leaning towards the Stradic FL5000, but my concern is the weight of reel is too light for the rod (roughly 10 oz). This Avid inshore model that I purchased is about 7.5 oz. Do you think I need to pair this rod with a heavier reel in the 12-16 oz range? If so, do you guys have any other recommendations? Also, I would love to hear from anyone who owns this rod on what your setup looks like.
  12. Lot of 23 Sand eels. I have priced them out at $1.50 each, so $34.50 plus $7.50 shipping in USPS small flat rate box. The price is firm. PayPal.
  13. Hoagy Sand Eels- 30 packs total as one lot. $90.00 plus $12.00 shipping. Paypal
  14. Lot of 23 Captain John Sekora Trolling Lures for your umbrella rig. Hard to find. $100. plus $8.00 shipping. PayPal.
  15. A dozen L-Jac jigs from 2-4 ounces. $60.00 plus $8.50 shipping. Paypal
  16. One dozen 3/4 ounce Tube eels per the photo. $3.00 a piece sold as one lot. $36.00 plus $7.50 shipping. PayPal
  17. Lot of 21 Pro Buck tail jigs as shown. $68.25 plus $8.00 shipping. Paypal.
  18. Hey guys, First post, so I added a stupid joke... I am wondering if anyone wants to share winter striper tips. Obviously the action is coming to a end, but I know it's possible to catch em in the winter. How? Flies, Spots, Tactics? Anything helps! What do you call a fish without the eye? A fsh!
  19. I am going to be in New Brunswick tomorrow and may have decent amount of time between meetings to fish. I am open to both freshwater and bay fishing. Target species: Trout, Largemouth Bass, or Stripers. Haven't really fished in that area. Any tips or suggestions will be highly appreciated. Don't spot burn, obviously, but also please tip on parking as that seems to be a problem near most fishable waters. Thanks in advance
  20. Rod building

    I am looking to build a saltwater medium action, composite (graphite/glass mix), for line 8-17lb, 8’ length, throwing 1-2.5oz. What are your suggestions. I would be using it to catch stripers, bonito, tautog.
  21. I'm looking for recommendations on a solid light tackle trolling reel for my kayak (Old Town Sportsman Bigwater 132 PDL). I mainly troll in freshwater reservoirs in Maryland and Virginia right now but also plan to do more in brackish (Chesapeake and Potomac). I want something light tackle preferably under 18 oz, ideally under 15 oz if possible. I've looked at everything for hours including both conventional and baitcaster reels. I don't want to use spinning, mainly because I already have spinning I use to troll when I go super light (Shimano Nasci/Spheros 3000 for 2oz or less works like a dream). I want a reel to troll bucktails, Alabama rigs, umbrellas, tandem rigs, spoons etc, mainly for stripers but also for musky and walleye in the future. Targeting fish in the 5-30lb range mainly. I don't have an exact price range, I more want a medium to high end reel that will last and be light and smooth (let's assume between $125-$300). I feel like having a clicker is almost mandatory. Multi-purpose isn't necessary but is nice to have (i.e. being able to cast as well as troll isn't mandatory). I'm torn between levelwind or not, and conventional vs low-profile/circlular or high-capacity baitcasters. I have looked at the following and none have stood out as a clear winner. I would love to hear your all's thoughts on any of these reels or any I haven't listed. - Seigler SG/SGN - Accurate Fury 400 and Valiant (the latter not being worth money imo) - Avet SX and SXJ - Daiwa Lexa CC - Shimano Tranx (no clicker sucks) - Okuma Komodo SS - Shimano Calcutta - Daiwa Saltist 20H Also, if anyone has any rod recs to pair for the kayak I am all ears
  22. Hi all! I posted this in the wrong forum before but was lucky enough to be steered in the right direction by @Water Dog (thanks again!) I'm going to cut right to the chase. My husband is a huge Striper enthusiast. Our wedding anniversary is August 29th and I wanted to take him fishing on either the Damriscotta or Sheepscot river. He has always laughed and poked fun at my lack of fishing know-how so I'm DETERMINED to surprise him with this trip. I have borrowed a 25" outboard from my brother and I plan on departing early in the morning for a nice long day of fishing. I was hoping you guys could tell me which of the 2 rivers would be better for Stripers this time of year, as well as any other tips I should know of for a successful anniversary surprise He has all the gear in the world in the garage, if you could provide that too it would help make for an even better surprise! I also just learned from @Water Dog about "spot burning". I don't want to burn anyones spots, just make my hubby happy. A little guidance is all I require I attached a photo of the map area I was thinking of taking him. God bless you all. Donna
  23. Hi all! I'm going to cut right to the chase. My husband is a huge Striper enthusiast. Our wedding anniversary is August 29th and I wanted to take him fishing on either the Damriscotta or Sheepscot river. He has always laughed and poked fun at my lack of fishing know-how so I'm DETERMINED to surprise him with this trip. I have borrowed a 25" outboard from my brother and I plan on departing early in the morning for a nice long day of fishing. I was hoping you guys could tell me which of the 2 rivers would be better for Stripers this time of year, as well as any other tips I should know of for a successful anniversary surprise He has all the gear in the world in the garage, if you could provide that too it would help make for an even better surprise! I attached a photo of the map area I was thinking of taking him. God bless you all. Donna
  24. Hi Everybody, I'm coming to Cape Cod pretty soon on vacation with my parents and we're staying in Harwich. Now, I don't usually fish for Stripers; I usually either fish for Lmb or I jig some blues on a pier in Long Island, but I'm excited to try to catch some nice stripers. The issue is that I don't really have the right gear for Cape Cod, whether it's fishing surf or fishing the Canal, or some other spots. It would be really awesome if someone could recommend a spot near Harwich, as well as some gear or a nice local. bait shop. Many thanks, Tight lines