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Fishing reports for December 2020

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1 hour ago, suntzu said:

Ocean is currently 30 feet from my house was pretty sporty last night, house was rockin overwashed at inlet beach an hour ago; will be many days before this settles down-plenty of frozen bunker all over here as well. 

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No wonder you don't fish much. That commute to the beach must be a killer! Glad you made out OK. Stay safe.

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Same here (w/o the pics). Just took a walk down with the dog. Over-wash has reached the dunes in some places. Wind still out of N about 28. Huge chocolatey waves crashing on the bar, crazy sweep as well. hope the fish stay around when this settles.

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I was watching the surfcam early and was surprised by the size of the waves crashing the jetty. In the 92 storm I was at the inlet at low tide and the water was already washing over the inlet wall. None of the weather reports at that time even gave a warning as to what was about to happen.

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1 hour ago, Goldy said:

Hows the beach replenishment doing?

All those folks to the south thank you for the sand you can come get it now :)

 

windy? My 250 pound weber grill behind my house blew over, thank god the gas line didn’t break

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I was watching Donavens Reef webcam in Sea Bright and waves where washing around the cabana. 
 

they just pumped a 100 yards on sand a few weeks ago. I guess the sand is now heading to Sandy Hook. 
 

Blow up photo and see how close erosion came to shack 

 

 

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Currently down in Florida for a little holiday. Caught my first false albacore but it wasn't exciting lol, caught on the troll. We caught some slippery dicks, a black fin, couple triggers and a grouper too. Probably not going to be able to fish the cold when I get back now lol

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39 mins ago, hurricane1091 said:

Currently down in Florida for a little holiday. Caught my first false albacore but it wasn't exciting lol, caught on the troll. We caught some slippery dicks, a black fin, couple triggers and a grouper too. Probably not going to be able to fish the cold when I get back now lol

Had to look that one up, lol. :p

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1 hour ago, suntzu said:

All those folks to the south thank you for the sand you can come get it now :)

 

windy? My 250 pound weber grill behind my house blew over, thank god the gas line didn’t break

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Not to be a wiseass but the generac at ground level would cause a problem if you had huge surge, right?  

 

56 mins ago, captnemo58 said:

I was watching Donavens Reef webcam in Sea Bright and waves where washing around the cabana. 
 

they just pumped a 100 yards on sand a few weeks ago. I guess the sand is now heading to Sandy Hook. 
 

Blow up photo and see how close erosion came to shack 

 

 

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Youre tax dollars at work

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47 mins ago, bdowning said:

Had to look that one up, lol. :p

It’s a wrasse

Born a female and turns into male. 
So what do you call it before then?

Slippery...?

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1 hour ago, captnemo58 said:

I was watching Donavens Reef webcam in Sea Bright and waves where washing around the cabana. 
 

they just pumped a 100 yards on sand a few weeks ago. I guess the sand is now heading to Sandy Hook. 
 

Blow up photo and see how close erosion came to shack 

 

 

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Fish there all the time

can slide down the cut but have to walk around to end to leave. 
looks like it took almost a 1/3 - 1/4 of replenishment already. Good work

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5 hours ago, suntzu said:

Ocean is currently 30 feet from my house was pretty sporty last night, house was rockin overwashed at inlet beach an hour ago; will be many days before this settles down-plenty of frozen bunker all over here as well. 

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Can’t tell

is your house raised(since Sandy)?

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Just got back from the beach, MoCo. Ocean has laid down considerably. I was surprised at how quickly. Still big waves, but not like this morning. Water still way off color. Birds going nuts up and down, just outside the break. Good sign. Bad news is the temps the next two days.Low to mid 20s at night. Just at freezing or slightly above during the days. Doable for me during the day, provided the wind stays down. Its the hands that do me in. Still looking at Saturday, but will check in the morning.

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Took a look from my balcony last night and saw the water made it all the way up to the dunes/boardwalk. Caught a break with work an hour ago and took a walk up — the amount of sand that was washed away is incredible. Looks like a completely different beach from two days ago. Those rocks directly in front me were 95% covered before the storm. 
 


 

 

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