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Full moon and breaking tides

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57 mins ago, danny_a said:

Gotta admit that was pretty funny.

However it’s highly appropriate 

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I love watching the grown men with GoPro’s when the fish don’t show up. 

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1 hour ago, hydraman said:

The fish are in NY why go to mass. 

Two weeks ago I hit the salt for the 1st time this season on a Cape beach. A kid in a pickup with NY plates was setting up his fishing gear when I arrived. I said to him "what the hell you doing here? NY has all the fish right now". 

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7 hours ago, HanoverStriper said:

Moderators, can we please move this to the NJ forum? I'm sure they're going to want to see this. Thanks

My friend, that horse left the barn more than 10 years ago. Maybe 20. J Powers and I would be down at the water fishing, and we'd hear the sound of Korkers on the road, and laugh, "NJ in the house". Back then, they were the only ones wearing them on the Canal.

There isn't a SW fisherman between the Maine/Canadian border and Cape May who doesn't know about the minus tides and breaking fish.

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26 mins ago, Ditch Jigger said:

My friend, that horse left the barn more than 10 years ago. Maybe 20. J Powers and I would be down at the water fishing, and we'd hear the sound of Korkers on the road, and laugh, "NJ in the house". Back then, they were the only ones wearing them on the Canal.

There isn't a SW fisherman between the Maine/Canadian border and Cape May who doesn't know about the minus tides and breaking fish.

Really? Minus tides and  breaking fish.  Who knew? :D

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10 hours ago, Aaron Barmmer said:

Hmmmmm.  To go razor clamming or too hit the ditch?  Very hard decision 

Go Razor Clamming.

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I have never paid attention to moon or tides have caught many fish at all times of day/year. Fish eat every day

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