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Anybody every fish these waters? A buddy of mine just got relocated for work and he's bringing his 26ft robalo and docking it. He's considering having a local charter baot captian take him out on his own boat to learn the waters and some techniques. Anybody else have any suggestions on getting some stripers over the rails? ie. trolling, elling? Anything we try in jersey that they use up there. Thanks joe
 

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Go to Saltwater Edge in Newport and stop and make friends with the guy that own Zeeks Creek. Get a subscription to On The Water, put all gathered information in a martini shaker, mix, and wake up in the striper capitol of the world.....

..... and Brian's right.... score some Hab's Needles.....
 

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Your best bet is to hire a charter guide for a day. The water is different there and Nantucket Sound is very treacherous. The tides are strong and if they are wind driven can be very dangerous as well. Squid type lures work very well. Lots of surface action around. If you have a fly rod, get it rigged up and keep it on board. Lots of fun. Enjoy. Lucky guy to have a job in one of the best fishin' holes on the east coast.
 

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Your best bet is to hire a charter guide for a day. The water is different there and Nantucket Sound is very treacherous. The tides are strong and if they are wind driven can be very dangerous as well. Squid type lures work very well. Lots of surface action around. If you have a fly rod, get it rigged up and keep it on board. Lots of fun. Enjoy. Lucky guy to have a job in one of the best fishin' holes on the east coast.
 
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