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  1. Listing for a friend that's moving out of state. Rods in my posession, will get better pictures tonight if needed. - ODM Frontier NFX1002-4 3/4 - 4 oz Condition 8/10 $250 - Daiwa Saltiga G Jigging/Spinning SAG-J 60MHFS 6'MH Condition 9/10 like new +Daiwa Beefstick BF-BT 70HR 7'H Conventional, 10/10 new, with tags. $75 for the lot - Local Hooker MSF800f1225s 8' 1 piece rod 12#-25# line, Custom built by Bob Jenkins, great jetty rod. Condition 7/10 $75 Pick up only, North Jersey to Monmouth county.
  2. Hello everyone.I'm looking for a set of cleats. Spend most of my time in the sand so use bootfoot waders, but would like to be a little more comfortable on the local jetties. Appreciate any input Thank you
  3. Has anyone had any experience with both the Penn Slammer III and the Daiwa BG? I know there is a price difference of $100 but I would like to know if it is worth it to step up to the Slammer from the BG as I know they are both great reels from what I have heard. I will be using them primarily for surf/jetty fishing in Florida on probably a 9 ft, medium, moderate fast action rod. PS: The Slammer III is $200 on amazon although it is $250-$350 on Penn's site.
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  5. Having a blast catching holdover stripes off the jetty out front Mid-MoCo. Caught 10 in the first hour. Best went 20".
  6. Note: This thread was created on the main forum, but someone advised me to post here for better answers in relation to my local ocean. Hey guys, I'm new to the forums and I've recently become enthralled with the idea hitting the surf for some bigger fish than the 6-inch dinky Large Mouth Bass at my local lake. The thought of using the biggest body of water available to me to catch fish that I can actually take home and eat is extremely appealing to me. The fish I intend on hitting primarily are Perch, Corbina, Halibut, Rockfish, Lingcod, and Striped Bass (if they're around). I am unsure as to whether Rockfish and Lingcod inhabit my local Orange County jetties but they look like loads of fun to catch! Note: I know that Leopard Sharks, Rays, Guitarfish, as well as other larger species inhabit my local beaches so I'd like those fish to be taken into account on the off chance I hook one. I would prefer my gear not to snap and leave me in the hole! I've been doing a lot of research on gear and technique and have been looking at a few reels and rods and would appreciate advice on my choices. The reels I am looking at (Open to suggestions, of course): Fin Nor Lethal LT60 Penn SSV Penn Battle II For the rods (open to suggestions again, and also unsure of what size rod I should purchase): Offshore Angler Powerstick Star Stellar Lite Daiwa Beefstick Ugly Stick Surf Rod I've been watching a ton of videos on rigs and general fishing tips. So I have a rough idea as to what I need. I know that I need a variety of 1-4oz sinkers (both pyamidic, round, and coin), basic sabiki rigs for bait fish, ~30(?) lb test braid and 30(?) lb test fluoro leader, and hooks (unsure of what size). For baits, I've heard that Berkeley Gulp Sandworms are "Perch Crack", shrimp and sandcrabs are good; however, I am uneducated in swimbaits so I would also be open to advice there. General beginners advice for the species I have listed would also be very helpful. Any advice and help is much appreciated! Thank you!
  7. Hey guys, I've recently become enthralled with hitting the surf for some bigger fish than the 6-inch dinky Large Mouth Bass at my local lake. The idea of using the biggest body of water available to me to catch fish that I can actually take home and eat is extremely appealing to me. The fish I intend on hitting primarily are Perch, Corbina, Halibut, Rockfish, Lingcod, and Striped Bass (if they're around). I am unsure as to whether Rockfish and Lingcod inhabit my local Orange County jetties but they look like loads of fun to catch! I know that Leopard Sharks, Rays, Guitarfish, as well as other larger species inhabit my local beaches so I'd like those fish to be taken into account on the off chance I hook one. I would prefer my gear not to snap and leave me a little in the hole! I've been doing a lot of research on gear and technique and have been looking at a few reels and rods and would appreciate advice on my choices. The reels I am looking at (Open to suggestions, of course): Fin Nor Lethal LT60 Penn SSV Penn Battle II For the rods (open to suggestions again, and also unsure of what size rod I should purchase): Offshore Angler Powerstick Star Stellar Lite Daiwa Beefstick Ugly Stick Surf Rod I've been watching a ton of videos on rigs and general fishing tips. So I have a rough idea as to what I need. I know that I need a variety of 1-4oz sinkers (both pyamidic, round, and coin), basic sabiki rigs for bait fish, ~30(?) Pound braid and fluoro leader, and hooks (unsure of what size). For baits, I've heard that Berkeley Gulp Sandworms are "Perch Crack", shrimp and sandcrabs are good; however, I am uneducated in swimbaits so I would also be open to advice there. General beginners advice for the species I have listed would also be very helpful. Any advice and help is much appreciated! Thank you!
  8. Anyone know is the whitehall jetty is still there or was it notched? And if it is there what is the parking situation like these days? Hear its horrible over there...
  9. Is this jetty still there or did it get notched? And if it is there does anybody know what the surrounding parking looks like? I hear its a mess these days over there...
  10. asking $250 Located in North Jersey BRAND NEW Lamiglas Graphite Surf and Jetty Rod XS10MS2 piece size 10'action: Moderate Test: 14-30 Tags still on the rod
  11. asking $250 Located in North Jersey BRAND NEW Lamiglas Graphite Surf and Jetty Rod XS10MS2 piece size 10'action: Moderate Test: 14-30 Tags still on the rod
  12. Hello, I'm selling my Star Ariel ex120 7' rod. It's a lightly used rod- good all around rod for pier-jetty-boat-surf- great to chunk with or swim a live bait. It has a gimbal. Uses 15-30lb test lure 3/4-2 1/2 oz- Pick up locally only- I live in Hampton Bays. Reason for selling: I don't dead stick often and I have too many rods, need room for wife's new project...I pick and choose my battles Thank you for looking- Tight lines
  13. My 5 year old granddaughter caught her first fish the other day(a little sunfish in a pond) and she's really excited to try it again. I told her once you catch a fish you are allowed to exaggerate and make up a good fish story. She can't wait to have some fun with that. I'd like to take her somewhere in the Bourne area for scup or sea bass such as a local beach or dock or a safe jetty to walk on. The canal is out of the question. I wouldn't mind going to Falmouth or Wareham. Any suggestions would be greatly appreciated. Thank you.
  14. Pluggers, Looking to hit the beach this week. Staying about a five minute walk from Hampton Harbor Inlet and Jetty. Any luck out there for the striped ones? Ill be hitting it hard Tuesday-Friday night and mornings and was wondering if anyone had any advice. Thinking of working the inlet and the jetty on the outgoing. Maybe going into the river on the incoming. Guess ill hit the surf on the Seabrook side looks like some structure. Never fished it before but trying to think my way through the area. Any advice appreciated. Fish on!
  15. Look for a good pair of deck / rain boots that can take and held grip studs securely. Any recommendations? My last attempt failed miserably. I tried a lacrosse 12" mudlite, after one short trip it had more crooked teeth than a British inbred. This is not for wetsuiting, just rain bibs + boots for jetty hopping.