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03-17-2004, 09:16 PM
Hey guys if I don't see the beach soon I'm gonna have to buy sand for the back yard!Ive got the murkey DEL. river in my back yard and I know the cow's will be here soon,but it just isan't the same.Never thought I'd miss the toll's but I do.
03-18-2004, 01:35 PM
i am also from clifton heights and i do alot of surf fishing,i have known about the barn for over three years when it was still a baby.i was wondering if maybe you'd like to share information maybe,posssibly get together,i have alot of other surf fishing buddies in the area we always have room for one more! it is quite possible that i may know you already.by the way i am a pretty hardcore surfcaster.please post a reply and we will chat. fishing in delaware river now 2 or 3days per week have already had success.
03-18-2004, 08:53 PM
Hey neighbor,Ive been trying to get out but this weather is making things tuff,starting a new job a week ago doesen't help.I notice this your first post?I met up with a few dozen barners at Barnany's on Rt.3 a couple of months ago,what a hoot!You fish shore or boat on the Del.I fish cisp when I can get down.I'm on berkley ave.I drink at mary's bar on ocasion.Where you at?
03-18-2004, 08:57 PM
Jim Rosen.I think i went to school with you.Upper Darby?Sacred Heart?Beverly Hills?Rob Healy here.
03-19-2004, 12:08 PM
stonehurst hills, beverly hills, upper darby,class of 89, i used to ride dirtbikes with two brothers with the last name Healy.I do belie
ve I know you.Back to business,I fish only surf or bank(river.)I have been surf fishing for over 4 seasons now, so technically I am not a rookie, although I would not consider myself a master by any means.I fish Delaware River in spring fifteen minutes from my house,I fish Bass River in CAPE COD in late May, then I hit Jersey shore throughout June, usually i take the summers off from surf because most bass have fled north to summer in Cape Cod.Read alot of books but I truly learn from other fisherman and of course most importantly but putting time in,losing alot of sleep,showing up late for work smelling like salt-stink with bait stains on my battered hands.but thats what I love to do.(live for it.)So,thats why having yet another local fishing partner, to fish, share information, and morally corrupt is never a bad thing.Come September,its back hardcore weekly, till its too cold to fish.(January!!) So,if you find yourself needing motivation to fish, I will be happy to drive.I will e-mail you my phone# as i wll be fishing Dod
or Hog Island soon.
03-19-2004, 12:33 PM
Apparrently technology has proven itself a language that i just cant understand.I am having some sort of server problem and i am unable to e-mail you my contact info so we may possibly fish, considering tonight although i know it may be cold, Iknow from experience that the fish are there. Anyway let me know if you'd like to fish either sometime or when your schedule allows you too.
03-19-2004, 06:59 PM
Yep thats me dirtbikes,gotta run out,give me a cal 610 623 2354 Leave message.Ill get back to ya tonight.Got the weekend off!
03-20-2004, 02:24 AM
Clifton Hts EH?!?!? Oh the memories :eek:
Now back to the topic...
CISP-the coldest, wettest, desert I have ever seen! I hope these past 2 Noreasters did some bigtime beach erosion,if not the bass will never make it to the Rush Chatin. I do believe you can now walk to Strathmere!
Darrin G. DGREENEMACHINE
03-20-2004, 07:10 PM
Rut roh that might not be too good vern...
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