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The Season- A Rundown 2023

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Jacks

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Hello Everyone!

Given how well this went last year, it's time for this year's forum! Hopefully, your post will encourage someone to get off the couch and get out in the outdoors. Make sure to keep locations general and no spot-burning! Here's to good luck and lots of fish in 2023!

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4 hours ago, LowEnd said:

Thanks Jacks for getting it going!

 

As from the other thread, on 1/1 got 6 little bass.

Tried yesterday and got the skunk.

 

Best of luck everyone, hope 2023 will be a good one!

Glad to keep it going for the second year in a row! Good luck to all this season. Think warm

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Heavy fog yesterday on 38-41 degree murky, log/stick strewn, glass flat river water. First three hours of the drop were hectic, then it slowed for two hours.

Tis better to remain silent and thought the fool, than to speak and remove all doubt.

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On 1/22/2023 at 4:59 PM, LowEnd said:

Felt good to be out for the first time in 3 weeks.

Its been like a 3 months for me.

On 1/22/2023 at 4:59 PM, LowEnd said:

As long as the weather cooperates will try again soon.

I am looking forward to connect 2 jobs, family and the weather so I may be able to go down the local beach (1/2 miles away) and maybe take a few swings with my rod.

 

 

 Bad day fishing is still much better than good day work.

 

"Any man who thinks he can be happy and prosperous by letting the government take care of him had better take a much closer look at the American Indian.
                                                                                     - Henry Ford-

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They should be, I think

 

Seems like at least three year classes in Great South Bay, with a fair number of small fish.  I speak to researchers at Stony Brook who do fisheries-independent surveys, and they tell me that they're seeing increasing numbers in the Peconics, too.  And I'm hearing about more being caught up in the Sound.

 

Might not be the kind of fishing that we saw in the '90s, but it should be reliable for a few years

"I have always believed that outdoor writers who come out against fish and wildlife conservation are in the wrong business. To me, it makes as much sense golf writers coming out against grass.."  --  Ted Williams

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2 hours ago, CWitek said:

They should be, I think

 

Seems like at least three year classes in Great South Bay, with a fair number of small fish.  I speak to researchers at Stony Brook who do fisheries-independent surveys, and they tell me that they're seeing increasing numbers in the Peconics, too.  And I'm hearing about more being caught up in the Sound.

 

Might not be the kind of fishing that we saw in the '90s, but it should be reliable for a few years

Very true CWitek, my son had 1-2 dozen nights during vampire hours- May into June, nice fish to 7lbs. Western LIS. 

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