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4/6/14 Sunday raritan bay

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Hitting the bay on Sunday around 10am. Will fish the incoming tide. Hopefully the fishing will turn on soon.

Yellow ocean kayak scrambler . Joe B Hope to see you there.

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look at the march 30 open invite thread. a bunch of us are going out sunday too. Same launch spot and time if you received a pm from me. So far africaster, gemini, hoptooit287, jbarbosa and his brother and a few others are going. 


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where are you launching out of ?





send a pm for that info. 



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Isnt the water too cold?



nah 48 degrees. Theyre already catching them up there in CT. look at the native slayer propel thread. TheRiddler is already slamming them. 


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I was talking about too cold to go kayaking do you guys where dry suits or something


Yeah, sean, you're right. Folks going out now should have dry suits, wet suits, or the ol' dry top/wader combo to stay safe in the colder water. 


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I really want to try the dry top/ wader combo but I don't want to spend to much money and then it doesn't fit me next season

 

Sean, what size are you? I have a pair of waders you may use for the day, you just need to arrange a dry top. Let me know either way.

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send a pm for that info. 



nah 48 degrees. Theyre already catching them up there in CT. look at the native slayer propel thread. TheRiddler is already slamming them. 





TheRiddler is from mass.   There's no fish in CT.


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mass, conn lol NJ covers more ocean so to me mass n conn is the same thing lol

 

Massachusetts has much more oceanfront shoreline than NJ. Just keeping the record straight. For the children.

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