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Date posted September 22, 2008 10:28 PM
Posted by tonyzfishin
Report location New York > Fire Island > Inlet
Fishing method Boat
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Drifted around the inlet tonight looking for some bass,unfortunitly couldnt get any to bite, tried off the PR rocks for nada then moved over to the thumb and worked my way out to the cedar bar for the same ,did mark fish between the thumb and demo but couldnt get a nibble, tried to anchor over by the bridge but had a strong n/e wind pushing with the current running extra fast, so i ended up saving my bait for another night.



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edvac

Joined: 09/08/2006
Posts: 28773
 09/23/2008 06:10 AM  

moriches the same thing im checking every few days
im sure the guys that know more then me or go at night r getting a little


Almost a lawyer
 
mojoe


Joined: 10/01/2001
Posts: 16887
Location: ><)))):> ~~ THE JAMAICA BAY TRIANGLE ~~ <:))))><
 09/23/2008 06:28 AM  

<:))))>< STRONG N/E WIND ><)))):>

Really,, ><((((:> ~~~ ><((((:>


EAT FISH AND LIVE LONGER!!!

This post edited by mojoe 06:29 AM 09/23/2008
 
wubman


Joined: 08/22/2001
Posts: 278
Location: copiague
 09/23/2008 07:25 AM  

inlet

Seems to be a daytime bite at the inlet these days. Livelining anything from kingfish to seabass to porgies. The peanuts are so thick they don't seem to want them as much. Adults are working but not as good as the porgies and kingfish. How bout those bunker in the canal? Every year it gets better, that or I'm getting better at finding them. The snappers at my dock are fat as footballs. Have you tried the bay lately? Not getting any after dark with eels yet. Afternoons to dusk are working with bunker for blues and the occasional weakie. BRING ON THE BASS!!
 
dunkerofbunker

Joined: 09/08/2007
Posts: 581
 09/23/2008 07:34 AM  

wubman wrote:

Seems to be a daytime bite at the inlet these days. Livelining anything from kingfish to seabass to porgies. The peanuts are so thick they don't seem to want them as much. Adults are working but not as good as the porgies and kingfish. How bout those bunker in the canal? Every year it gets better, that or I'm getting better at finding them. The snappers at my dock are fat as footballs. Have you tried the bay lately? Not getting any after dark with eels yet. Afternoons to dusk are working with bunker for blues and the occasional weakie. BRING ON THE BASS!!


amityville canals are stacked with pnutz in the 4-8 inch variety, copaigue hole has been holding fish, as with the wantagh bridges Wink
 
paulie1


Joined: 07/06/2005
Posts: 164
Location: lindenhurst
 09/23/2008 08:59 AM  

inlet

caught some snappers at the thumb and livelined them no takers though did see a striper come up next to me between rm bridge and the inlet unsure of what bait it took or assasin? peanuts all in my canal in lindenhurst should be soon


perilous though she may be, always drawn to the sea....
 
dunkerofbunker

Joined: 09/08/2007
Posts: 581
 09/23/2008 02:35 PM  

paulie1 wrote:

caught some snappers at the thumb and livelined them no takers though did see a striper come up next to me between rm bridge and the inlet unsure of what bait it took or assasin? peanuts all in my canal in lindenhurst should be soon


best if you have a net with double the weight its supposed to, those bastids are quick!
 
offracing


Joined: 09/10/2005
Posts: 3983
 09/23/2008 09:30 PM  

got out

tony, atleast you got out buddy, its only the beginning, youll get em soon, hope i can say the same for myself, see you out there.
carl
offracing
 
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