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TooShort

Joined: 10/18/2011
Posts: 82
 posted 02/14/2012 05:58 PM  

What are some of your Canoe/Kayak goals for this upcoming season!?
 
TooShort

Joined: 10/18/2011
Posts: 82
 posted 02/14/2012 06:03 PM  

- 30lb club
- 28"+ bass on a fly (will be my first year fly fishing salt)
- Tog limit
- 20" weakfish


 
BASSSURF

Joined: 02/15/2008
Posts: 1818
 posted 02/14/2012 08:33 PM  

Just get used to kayak fishing a little bit. And I would really like to do some fluke fishing. That's what I really want to do from the kayak this season.


Patrick F. McManus:  "The two best times to fish is when it's rainin' and when it ain't."
 
kev19


Joined: 09/13/2007
Posts: 51
 posted 02/15/2012 12:17 AM  

try night bassing... ive always wanted to but never had the balls to go off into the night
 
gfifield

Joined: 06/12/2011
Posts: 6
Location: Smiths Point/ FINS
 posted 02/15/2012 07:00 AM  

Goals for 2012

I'll be getting my first kayak this spring. Think I'll start out trying for schoolies and cocktail blues around Moriches bay and in the narrows. Iquess i might be able to get to Great Gun and fish around the inlet and maybe outside surfline later on in the season.
 
summerx


Joined: 01/09/2003
Posts: 468
 posted 02/15/2012 07:57 AM  

gfifield wrote:

I'll be getting my first kayak this spring. Think I'll start out trying for schoolies and cocktail blues around Moriches bay and in the narrows. Iquess i might be able to get to Great Gun and fish around the inlet and maybe outside surfline later on in the season



1st time do it with others. Very easy to lose perspective at night, if not for my GPS I would have gotten very confused, and this is in waters I have boated in for 16 years. I know many love to fish at night but it is just so far out of my comfort zone that I don't plan on it again any time soon. That said I do go out just before sunrise but I know that an hour later I'll have light.


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dennismako


Joined: 05/12/2009
Posts: 934
 posted 02/15/2012 08:51 AM  

using a tube and worm and not having the line get that twist in it no matter how many swivels i useReally


NYS is in desperate need of a group to protect everyones rights to enjoy its water sports and natural resources
if you can or know somebody who would Please help. thank you


This post edited by dennismako 08:52 AM 02/15/2012
 
mossy

Joined: 04/05/2004
Posts: 105
 posted 02/15/2012 10:07 PM  

CATCH ONE OVER 40" THIS SUMMER AND TO BE SAFE AS FAR AS THE TWIST IN LINE GATA A KAYAK WILLY FISHING KEEL
 
denw72


Joined: 08/30/2007
Posts: 1287
Location: Virginia Beach, VA
 posted 02/16/2012 10:12 AM  

kev19 wrote:

try night bassing... ive always wanted to but never had the balls to go off into the night


night time is the right time! Wink there have been months where i forgot what fishing in the daytime was like lol

My goals are to learn more areas in my new home of Virginia Beach. Cant wait to site fish for big reds and stripers in the shallows of the eastern shore down here...just have to watch out for the sharks Shades also the sheepshead, spade fish, cobia, triggers, black drum etc etc... lol

eastern shore sharkssurprise




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This post edited by denw72 10:22 AM 02/16/2012
 
ELIASV


Joined: 12/04/2005
Posts: 1328
 posted 02/16/2012 02:54 PM  

1) First keeper cod on the kayak

2) Double digit Fluke (so so close)

3) Been a while since I broke 40 lb for a bass. I've been busy playing with other species

4) Tog 6lb+ or better

5) False Albacore has been a few seasons now



Night time takes getting used to, don't go out alone. Try to fish bridges too, it helps quite a bit. I only go out on flat nights too...the chop can be disorienting.


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PaddleOn
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Moderator
Kayak Fishing Forum

Joined: 09/28/2002
Posts: 4584
Location: Merrick
 posted 02/25/2012 03:15 PM  

My goal is to just get in the kayak!!!

These past few years has been a kayak drought for me. Nothing!
Life/kids ..been hectic and busy and when I find some free time I just want to vegetate Smile

So thats my goal Shades
just get the thing wet!


If you wanna to get to Heaven
You've got to raise a little hell
 
deejfisher

Joined: 07/30/2010
Posts: 190
 posted 02/25/2012 04:40 PM  

ELIASV wrote:

1) First keeper cod on the kayak

2) Double digit Fluke (so so close)

3) Been a while since I broke 40 lb for a bass. I've been busy playing with other species

4) Tog 6lb+ or better

5) False Albacore has been a few seasons now



Night time takes getting used to, don't go out alone. Try to fish bridges too, it helps quite a bit. I only go out on flat nights too...the chop can be disorienting.



May i ask how are you going to catch a cod from the yak

 
iEatClams


Joined: 06/24/2005
Posts: 597
Location: Jersey/Montauk
 posted 02/25/2012 06:28 PM  

depending on the time of year, i'd say getting a cod off of montauk is a possibility on a yak... you'd better be in good shape with top notch safety gear though... if there's the will, there's a way...


"Some go to church and think about fishing, others go fishing and think about God." - Tony Blake
 
summerx


Joined: 01/09/2003
Posts: 468
 posted 02/25/2012 10:30 PM  

PaddleOn wrote:

My goal is to just get in the kayak!!!

These past few years has been a kayak drought for me. Nothing!
Life/kids ..been hectic and busy and when I find some free time I just want to vegetate Smile

So thats my goal Shades
just get the thing wet!



That's just sad. Here you are the Moderator and you have to read everyone else's posts and just dream of what it used to be like when you had the time. Right now I'm just wiping a tear from the corner of my eye. Come out east this summer and catch some sea robins with me. I'll supply the beer (it helps after only catching the robins).


Treasurer- Kayak Fishing Association of New York
www.KFA-NY.org

aka Flukebelly
 
damfisher


Joined: 07/01/2002
Posts: 687
Location: Centerport
 posted 02/26/2012 02:24 PM  

My goal is a simple one, just to get out on the water as much as I can. I'm always happy with whatever I catch!




" Whenever I find myself growing grim about the mouth; whenever it is a damp, drizzly November in my soul- then, I account it high time to get to the sea as soon as I can." -Herman Melville, Moby Dick
 
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