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JULY, A NO KILL MONTH

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BennyBass


Joined: 10/06/2006
Posts: 2273
Location: Hauppauge N.Y
 posted 06/25/2011 10:53 PM  

Just throwing it out there, how bout the month of July we kill NO STRIPERS !!!!!!!.

I for one only keep a fish or 2 a year but i know some of you may keep more. I am just asking that we dont KILL any BASS the Month of July, we as fisherman owe it to our love of the sport... Incase nobodies noticed it's been awfully quiet out their from the sand. Think of it as a way to give back. Post your returned catches so that we can all say thanks.... upupupupup This will all come back to us full circle in the Fall run, as we will all be blessed with Large....Wink


LIBBA 1347

This post edited by BennyBass 10:55 PM 06/25/2011
 
KGGAT3232


Joined: 04/22/2010
Posts: 387
Location: above ground
 posted 06/25/2011 11:05 PM  

I'm with ya on the no kill , but there is only one thing. I have to catch one first Toungue


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marlinman630


Joined: 06/17/2011
Posts: 132
Location: Mt. Sinai, NY
 posted 06/26/2011 12:37 AM  

i agree. i always practice catch and realease unless im on a charter boat or something like that. especially a striper i really cant bring myself to keep


Jeff Lomonaco, 20 Years Old, Fishing since im 3. I do freshwater, saltwater, fly fishing in both as well, pretty much everything. Im addicted to fishing
 
chunkster


Joined: 05/06/2009
Posts: 4597
Location: Password
 posted 06/26/2011 12:43 AM  

I'm in.

The truth is, forget about catching and releasing one.
I haven't had time to go. Smile I release them willingly
and have been doing this for years. I tell people all
the time catch and release is contagious, be careful.
After you do it ounce you can't stop. It feels very
rewarding and shows the utmost respect towards the sport.



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YEAH?
With mushrooms.
COME IN!
 
killatoyota4569


Joined: 06/19/2008
Posts: 1685
Location: Farmingdale, Ny
 posted 06/26/2011 04:17 AM  

Im IN! upup


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skiddd

Joined: 03/12/2010
Posts: 188
Location: NASSAU
 posted 06/26/2011 04:52 AM  

In up
 
filo1

Joined: 05/04/2005
Posts: 3407
Location: Western Suffolk
 posted 06/26/2011 05:46 AM  

marlinman630 wrote:

i agree. i always practice catch and realease unless im on a charter boat or something like that. especially a striper i really cant bring myself to keep


So you dont always practice catch and release.Roll
How come the different attitude about keeping fish if you are on a charter or something like that?Confused

In the month of July will you be going on any charters or something like that?


FIRST IN LAST OUT.....   of the water
 
stpaul7
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 posted 06/26/2011 07:21 AM  

filo1 wrote:

marlinman630 wrote:

i agree. i always practice catch and realease unless im on a charter boat or something like that. especially a striper i really cant bring myself to keep


So you dont always practice catch and release.Roll
How come the different attitude about keeping fish if you are on a charter or something like that?Confused

In the month of July will you be going on any charters or something like that?



Boat Fish Don't Count Wink



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garrr

Joined: 10/14/2006
Posts: 421
Location: Nassau County
 posted 06/26/2011 07:52 AM  

I'm in, Great Idea!
July is never a good Striper month for me anyway!
 
eyefish

Joined: 11/12/2007
Posts: 185
Location: Not far from a body of water
 posted 06/26/2011 07:53 AM  

And most importantly make sure u don't kill any plovers


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hooksalot


Joined: 01/02/2009
Posts: 6610
Location: Bay ridge Brooklyn!
 posted 06/26/2011 09:25 AM  

Sound's good to meup Now let's hope it's catchy!


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CHEVY1


Joined: 03/17/2003
Posts: 27998
Location: levittown, N.Y.
 posted 06/26/2011 10:22 AM  

eyefish wrote:

And most importantly make sure u don't kill any plovers


If im not keeping my bass, plover will be on the menu for July up


I drive a jeep, but CHEVY is in my blood. libba # 1742, Striped Bass Coop.
Take more garbage than you brought with you-every time!
 
smk379


Joined: 10/06/2010
Posts: 502
Location: In the surf
 posted 06/26/2011 11:55 AM  

I like the idea all the way bennybass. The only thing for me is that april, may and june have been no kill months for me this year. Ive caught a few legal size ones, but released everyone of them. I was planning on keeping one of the next ones I catch. Im on the same page as you, as I usually only keep 1 or 2 a year, and that 1 or 2 fish are always very hard to walk off the beach with. I support catch and release to the fullest. But hey, I still got a couple days left in june to keep just one!


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marlinman630


Joined: 06/17/2011
Posts: 132
Location: Mt. Sinai, NY
 posted 06/26/2011 12:44 PM  

filo1 wrote:

marlinman630 wrote:

i agree. i always practice catch and realease unless im on a charter boat or something like that. especially a striper i really cant bring myself to keep


So you dont always practice catch and release.Roll
How come the different attitude about keeping fish if you are on a charter or something like that?Confused

In the month of July will you be going on any charters or something like that?


i dont know just feels weird on an open boat because my dad used to take me on trips and he likes keeping them, mainly because he paid all that money, it was pretty hard to do though i dont like keeping them. But my dad doesnt really keep them when we go anywhere else because i push releasing them on him and ill always let mine go. havent been on a charter or open boat in a long time though. ive done lots of freshwater too for bass and caught hundreds of trout on the fly and released them too. i do know i love catch and release and most of the many fish ive caught i proudly released. love to watch them swim away, especially when you catch a monster it feels even better! a picture and catching the fish is good enough for me


Jeff Lomonaco, 20 Years Old, Fishing since im 3. I do freshwater, saltwater, fly fishing in both as well, pretty much everything. Im addicted to fishing

This post edited by marlinman630 12:58 PM 06/26/2011
 
RussD82

Joined: 10/11/2010
Posts: 48
 posted 06/26/2011 12:59 PM  

KGGAT3232 wrote:

I'm with ya on the no kill , but there is only one thing. I have to catch one first Toungue



Definately with you on that. Stripers have been like Loch Ness this year so far for me.
 
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