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Date posted August 9, 2010 10:19 AM
Posted by newcaddy4j
Report location New York > New York Bight > Rockaway inlet
Fishing method Boat
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Headed out Saturday morning. Got out later than I wanted and was on the water by noon. Ran out to the inlet and setup a drift. Finally got my first keeper of the season. 22' on a green fluke rig topped with a squid strip. Felt good after many trips of just throwbacks. Caught a bunch more shorts. Also nailed a 15' seabass on my final drift. Headed in at 3. Drift conditions were good, ocean seems pretty flat for 1-2' forecast.

Tested out what I read here about tying a teaser above a spro. Definitely worked, caught more fish on the teaser than the spro. All fluke on the teaser and mostly robins on the spro.

Glad to finally have one in the cooler.

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Joined: 09/06/2003
Posts: 27
 08/10/2010 12:16 AM  

Nice fish!!

Yo, Bro, what's a "spro"?


Joined: 06/06/2007
Posts: 249
Location: Shark River Inlet
 08/11/2010 10:23 AM  

Spro Bucktail jigs. Just do a google search. Rig them on the bottom with a dropper loop 12" above it. Then tie a teaser with a hook onto the loop.

Seems like the way to go

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