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This coming up Sunday my family and I are going to long beach island to start to clean and open the house. Well I am going to bring a few poles down but I imagine the bay is cold, we are on the bay and I was thinking if the shallower water would warm up faster? Also is there any stripers on the beach, clams possibly? Thanks in advan e

 

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Do yourself a favor, put two pots on the stove and fill one pot almost to the top and the other pot half way, place both pots on same heat and see which one heats up quicker.cwm40.gif Your welcome. Good Luck. Is this what we are dealing with this season? kooky.gifkooky.gif

View PostThis coming up Sunday my family and I are going to long beach island to start to clean and open the house. Well I am going to bring a few poles down but I imagine the bay is cold, we are on the bay and I was thinking if the shallower water would warm up faster? Also is there any stripers on the beach, clams possibly? Thanks in advan e

 

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you guys crack me up cwm27.gif

 

the water will warm up as long as it is dark, because it will absorb the sun better...late afternoon during the later half of an incoming tide is your best shot...or at night

 

bloodworms or sandworms aren't a bad idea either

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View PostLook for Dark bottoms as they will heat up the fastest. The sun does most of the heating up of the water, air temp has little to do with it.

 

 

Let's not forget the Al Gore Global warming scenariobiggrin.gif

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