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Hey guys,
Thinking about giving it a try tomorrow if the weather holds up, cant take dry land anymore.

I dont usually get out this time of the year . If i can find some clams, and advice on where i should try to start tomorrow in the bay, huntin for the striped ones.

Thanks for any adivce
Da skiff
 

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Da Skiff said:
Hey guys,
Thinking about giving it a try tomorrow if the weather holds up, cant take dry land anymore.

I dont usually get out this time of the year . If i can find some clams, and advice on where i should try to start tomorrow in the bay, huntin for the striped ones.

Thanks for any adivce
Da skiff
If you find one...let me know:D
 

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Da Skiff said:
Hey guys,
Thinking about giving it a try tomorrow if the weather holds up, cant take dry land anymore.

I dont usually get out this time of the year . If i can find some clams, and advice on where i should try to start tomorrow in the bay, huntin for the striped ones.

Thanks for any adivce
Da skiff
There is where I am(Sandy Hook). But your in Cape May.
 

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Da Skiff said:
Hey guys,
Thinking about giving it a try tomorrow if the weather holds up, cant take dry land anymore.

I dont usually get out this time of the year . If i can find some clams, and advice on where i should try to start tomorrow in the bay, huntin for the striped ones.

Thanks for any adivce
Da skiff
Try Mud Flats
 

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up this way

the local tackle shops up this way have them. i'd post them but they are not sponsors. probably to far away for you anyway
 

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Why not any seafood restaurant if your having trouble at the tackle shops? I bought chowders at a local seafood shop in woodbury last week. Acme and shoprite have the cherries and top necks. If your luckky some of the food stores have chowders.
 

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Why not any seafood restaurant if your having trouble at the tackle shops? I bought chowders at a local seafood shop in woodbury last week. Acme and shoprite have the cherries and top necks. If your luckky some of the food stores have chowders.
I am sure he was looking for surf clams.
 

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Thank you guys for the advice, but the trailer broke yesterday morining on my way out so im layed up for awhile

Da skiff
 
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