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Beach Erosion

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3 hours ago, wellman324 said:

Cape May county will get more pumping in Fall 2019 I believe.... Just as  the dismal surf fishing was starting to improve slightly.

At least it will be the fall this time. Instead of the first 6 weeks of the spring season. Fall fishing can't get any worse. 

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52 mins ago, FunkyBunker said:

At least it will be the fall this time. Instead of the first 6 weeks of the spring season. Fall fishing can't get any worse. 

Yeah great point... couple Nor Easters and it will all change by the time they are done the project. there.  Hopefully it isn't as bad as it was last time.

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14 hours ago, wellman324 said:

Yeah great point... couple Nor Easters and it will all change by the time they are done the project. there.  Hopefully it isn't as bad as it was last time.

So many tons of sand ended up in the back bays of CMC after getting stripped off the beaches. 

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I'm assuming all the pumping and storms removing what they pumped all negatively affects the fishing due to moving sands flattening out the bottoms and eliminating whatever structure was normally there no?

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2 hours ago, Misled said:

I'm assuming all the pumping and storms removing what they pumped all negatively affects the fishing due to moving sands flattening out the bottoms and eliminating whatever structure was normally there no?

That's part of it. 

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On 3/10/2019 at 11:32 AM, JoeGBreezy said:

Pumping alone does squat. The sand is going to move.

The ACOE needs to take the hard road and start building structure to hold the sand or just let it go and see where nature takes us. 

No recurring money with that solution...

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On ‎3‎/‎15‎/‎2019 at 10:46 AM, Misled said:

I'm assuming all the pumping and storms removing what they pumped all negatively affects the fishing due to moving sands flattening out the bottoms and eliminating whatever structure was normally there no?

Misled,

There is a video on YouTube and I think at one time was posted here on SOL.  Google the title Ocean Rich Fish Poor. You will be amazed. I don't think the ACOE ever viewed it or if they did, they just don't give a chit.

If that is not the correct title, maybe someone here can correct me. Sudsy??????????

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On 3/15/2019 at 10:46 AM, Misled said:

I'm assuming all the pumping and storms removing what they pumped all negatively affects the fishing due to moving sands flattening out the bottoms and eliminating whatever structure was normally there no?

Just found the correct title.

Beach Rich Fish Poor on Youtube

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1 hour ago, CharlieK said:

Just found the correct title.

Beach Rich Fish Poor on Youtube

THOSE SONS OF B****ES!   Wow, Charlie, having a visual of what's happening certainly makes an impression and puts things into perspective.

thanks 

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On 3/10/2019 at 5:03 PM, Misled said:

you guys are correct Brigantine, but the south end.  I didn't want to mention it originally as I didn't know for sure if it was spot burning and didn't want to be the guy that gets the ire for it.  

Discussing beach erosion on a beach out front is certainly not considered spot burning

If you said I caught x number of fish on said beach out front that would be

 

Mentioning small secluded spots in the back that not everyone knows about, no matter what the reason, would not be a good thing.

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On 3/16/2019 at 6:59 AM, Harf said:

No recurring money with that solution...

I would love to know how much money is donated to the Pallone campaign and the Democratic party by the companies that keep getting these monster, never-ending, contracts.

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3 mins ago, Sudsy said:

Discussing beach erosion on a beach out front is certainly not considered spot burning

If you said I caught x number of fish on said beach out front that would be

 

Mentioning small secluded spots in the back that not everyone knows about, no matter what the reason, would not be a good thing.

thanks for the clarification Sudsy. 

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