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slyck

Joined: 11/18/2010
Posts: 43
 posted 06/03/2011 12:20 PM  

Now that we are deep into the spring season and we have had the new system of, generalized location reporting, what is your evaluation of the this new system and its philosophy.
 
the3fishheads


Joined: 01/01/2008
Posts: 3147
Location: On the Edge
 posted 06/03/2011 12:43 PM  

Did enjoy reading the reports but really makes no difference to me. WE2 to Mo5. Almost every day every nite, rite now its sunrise and sunset every day. The chase is half the fun. Really theres enough guys fishing all over now. Keep 'em spread out. Share reports through PM's with your friends. This morning.. massive bunker schools rite off the beach. Ospreys diving, grabing bunker and yes bass were there. Just a few. Sunset into tonite could see some cow action. Only one way to find out.

Osprey with the meat


Gone fishin
 
chunkster


Joined: 05/06/2009
Posts: 4597
Location: Password
 posted 06/03/2011 12:47 PM  

I think it is amazing.

It reminds me of the days the season would
open and everyone would be antsy. Contacting
each other and running to the local tackle shop
and asking what's running. He'd give you the
run down and take the guess work out. This
would make that area fished in A more consistent
fashion and then making less issues to deal
with. It would be nice to see tackle shops posting
in the report section. Wink up


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ArtemNY


Joined: 09/10/2010
Posts: 881
Location: J-Bay
 posted 06/03/2011 03:36 PM  

I'll be honest. I'm glad for those who care about spot-burning stuff but like it was said before it's not making any difference for me. I mean when I just started fishing I thought it's important to read reports, but it was false facts. Todays report means nothing the next day at the same spot and same time... I know all my spots when and what should be biting... Plus, I'm just a beginner and still learning, but I learned basics to analyse weather, wind, water T, tide etc to predict where and when at my spots fish may start biting...

I'm now even thinking about starting my own log book, but don't have an idea where and what to buy, checked it in the bait store they don't sell things like this...


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This post edited by ArtemNY 04:20 PM 06/03/2011
 
bassbuster789


Joined: 05/06/2010
Posts: 898
Location: Where your not....
 posted 06/03/2011 04:34 PM  

Used to keep my logs in lil calender book ... but now ive went with the age of technology and use Microsoft excel..lol work lovely and got years of logs all on one nice neat spread sheet..instead of a pile of books and papers...
 
chunkster


Joined: 05/06/2009
Posts: 4597
Location: Password
 posted 06/03/2011 05:51 PM  

Artem you're A great guy.

I'm hoping one day to have the opportunity
to fish with you. Smile


New England clam chowder.
YEAH?
With mushrooms.
COME IN!
 
chunkster


Joined: 05/06/2009
Posts: 4597
Location: Password
 posted 06/03/2011 06:41 PM  

You know, I taught him how to fish from my computer at home.

http://www.fisherslog.com/


New England clam chowder.
YEAH?
With mushrooms.
COME IN!
 
RichTrox
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 posted 06/03/2011 09:38 PM  

I think it's working great.up

Then again, you could say I'm biased.Toungue

Honestly, there is enough information between the boating and the surf reports to provide clues as to how "your" spots might be producing at any given time.

I think the majority of surf fishermen, the ones who put the real dollars and "sense" into the sport are happy as clams at the changes that have been made here.

Then again, are clams ever really happy.Wink


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ArtemNY


Joined: 09/10/2010
Posts: 881
Location: J-Bay
 posted 06/03/2011 11:59 PM  

chunkster wrote:

I'm hoping one day to have the opportunity
to fish with you. Smile


Brooklyn! Any time any where... Smile


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RussD82

Joined: 10/11/2010
Posts: 48
 posted 06/04/2011 12:26 AM  

ArtemNY wrote:



I'm now even thinking about starting my own log book, but don't have an idea where and what to buy, checked it in the bait store they don't sell things like this...




Probably could just get any day planner or calander going. Thats what i started to do. And just put in location, time, tide, and baits/lures used.
 
garrr

Joined: 10/14/2006
Posts: 421
Location: Nassau County
 posted 06/04/2011 07:49 AM  

Surf Reports

Now that the surf reports are basically gone, I have to admit I do miss reading them, Some were very entertaining!

I am curious to know if the demise of the surf reports (That were read by many) hurts revenue for the sites operators?
I guess time will tell!
 
MatthewPaul
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 posted 06/04/2011 08:25 AM  

All I have to say is...

upupup


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stpaul7
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Joined: 04/23/2002
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 posted 06/04/2011 08:26 AM  

You know here's what I think Oh Dam it another surf thread never mind



BOAT FISH COUNT  MAMA MIA FISHING
 
pequa1


Joined: 02/10/2007
Posts: 1416
Location: 'pequa'
 posted 06/04/2011 08:52 AM  

RussD82 wrote:

ArtemNY wrote:



I'm now even thinking about starting my own log book, but don't have an idea where and what to buy, checked it in the bait store they don't sell things like this...




Probably could just get any day planner or calander going. Thats what i started to do. And just put in location, time, tide, and baits/lures used.



One of the books I have, either by Zeno, or Doc Muller or maybe a longish article by John Skinner listed just about EVERYTHING you would ever need to log. Will try to locate it. I always did this off the boat, but never did it for my kayak fishing or surfcasting until just last year.


bringing home venison is now as easy as a bay-caught keeper fluke !

betwixt FI and JI
 
likeitreallyis


Joined: 10/28/2005
Posts: 16948
Location: Rolling in the deep....
 posted 06/04/2011 08:54 AM  

happy as a clam great work guys big difference already.. people learning to hunt fish.. everyone spread out up




Green Grass and High Tides forever,,,
 
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