LAst evening. 6-9. Consistent action. Incoming tide, water mid 70s onshore breeze 1-2 chop. Caught 1 king, 1 skate, 1 croaker, 6 dogfish, 1 spot. Spot was livelined and got slammed but did not hook up. Caught a bunch of bait with cast net but not sure what type of fish it was. Guy next to me caught bluefish. North end Ocean City.
LBI out front this morning. Picked up 6 fluke on 3/4 oz jig head and gulp. 2 keepers, 21" and 19" (3.7lb and 2.6 lb). It's tough weeding through the kingfish detailing my gulp. I hope everyone stays safe through this nasty storm about to roll in.
sharks to 200lbs last night
oh yea. the site linked in my profile has pics.
a night i can only dream of....
one day soon..i hope. if you don't mind me asking...lets say mile marker... 60 on GSP.....north or south of that?
Nice sharks, pics are worth a 1000 words.
As for me, I went to Ocean City for a day at the beach with the wife and threw bucktail tipped with gulp and a teaser around high tide and then tried for kings at low. Caught the skunk, but had a few hours of nice surfing in between.
"It's nights like this that make you happy that your a surfcaster, for as the rest of the world sleeps, God has given you a front-row seat to the best show on earth." - Leo N. Orsi Jr.
Thats absolutly amazing. those sand tigers are insane.
Drive from NJ to Oregon Inlet OBX $200
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Catching 250+lb beast with your dad-$Priceless.
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looks like you have no problem handling these sharks. whats the procedure and how dangerous for unhooking, releasing, please?
I fished a beach in northern Sea Isle with a buddy at low tide. We each caught 4 kings and about a half dozen doggies on bloodworms and fishbites. Not stellar for kings by any stretch, but it is nice to see they are finally making their way to Sea Isle. Very long casts at low tide to catch the kings. Ravenous 2-inch spot are in close and will take your bait instantly if you cast short.
I guess that would be what I saw at a Strathmere Beach as the tide started to come in...Boat loads of small bait fish running in with the waves... Im gonna have to get my casting net down there next time. Did you catch any an use them for bait?
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