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Date posted November 19, 2008 9:08 PM
Posted by lazerjoe99
Report location New York > Debs/Jones > Long Beach Surf
Fishing method Surf
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Hey guys I had a couple hours to kill. My 19 month old son just went for his nap and my 5 month preggie wife was about to take a nap. She tells me to take the Dyson to get fixed I said ok. Went to valley stream to the store then shot to Long Beach. Got there around 3pm. Threw Deadly dick, Hopkins, Kastmasters... Had 2 schoolies and lost another fish on the way in. First time I used a teaser. Caught one on it. Not even sure if its the best teaser out there, it worked today. Its a teaser that the line slides through. Hope the keepers show up soon. Hands were freezing! Any of you guys can recommend a good pair of gloves to fish this time of year with?




Deadly Dick


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Hendrixlives

Joined: 04/13/2003
Posts: 287
 11/19/2008 09:44 PM  

try glacierglove.com
 
szim22

Joined: 05/26/2008
Posts: 28
 11/19/2008 09:53 PM  

teaser

go down to your local tackle/fly shop, at the tackle store they should sell teasers, but the best things to get are saltwater flies, it seems i've caught more fish on the teaser than the actual lure as of late

Tight lines,
Stephen
 
ihavegills


Joined: 11/08/2004
Posts: 1131
Location: Oceanside
 11/19/2008 11:17 PM  

Big Mistake!

Long Beach Vacuum & Cleaning Supplies?
264 E. Park Avenue
Long Beach, NY 11561

That way you could have had a garunteed return trip when they called for pick-up. "Honey, the vacuums ready, got to go, back in a few hrs"LOL



Night bite delight, keepin' the line tight!
 
dockmaster1

Joined: 07/14/2008
Posts: 74
Location: Looking for the BIG one!
 11/19/2008 11:17 PM  

get the neoprene(spelling) gloves same material as waiders and warerproff up
 
JAYDEE277

Joined: 08/19/2006
Posts: 61
Location: GLEN COVE
 11/20/2008 05:15 AM  

best gloves

Bro head to walmart or Kmart they have the really cheap neo gloves on sale and they are worth the cash . I found some good deals at ebay for gloves also. Long as you don't mind waiting a few days to get them you just may get one hell of a deal on ebay found a kastmaster reel for 25 bucks so hey good hunting!


GOD MADE FISH AND FISHERMEN .THANK GOD YOUR NOT A FISH YOU'LL LIVE LONGER!! JACKASS!!
 
5Bricks


Joined: 10/21/2006
Posts: 70
Location: Locust Valley, NY
 11/20/2008 07:11 AM  

gloves

I have tried different gloves over the years. I garee with Hendrixlives. The Glacier gloves that I use are not bulky and allow access to your index finger and thumb. Great when you need to change your tackle.

821BK
THE BEST COLD WEATHER NEOPRENE FISHING GLOVE
Premium 2mm fleece lined neoprene, perfect curve fingers and patented Touch-Rite™ thumb and index finger create our best cold weather fishing glove. Blind stitched and glued for increased comfort and durability.
FLY FISHING, FISHING, ICE FISHING. HUNTING
S, M, L, XL, XXL
$39.99

Stay warm....


 
bigfish123


Joined: 05/22/2008
Posts: 466
Location: West Babylon
 11/20/2008 07:17 AM  

Anyone use the aquaskinz gloves?????


Boston Whaler 17 Montauk

Aquasport 20 W/A
 
pequa1


Joined: 02/10/2007
Posts: 1416
Location: 'pequa'
 11/20/2008 07:38 AM  

Aquaskinz are great. Picked them up at a sale that Causeway had in Wantagh last year. Actually, my friend picked them up for me as I was TDY in Virginia at the time. I can almost tie a knot with them, well, I can if I use big loops and take my time, lol.


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

betwixt FI and JI
 
adkhkr


Joined: 06/03/2008
Posts: 28
 11/20/2008 08:20 AM  

I am also looking for a pair of gloves...when your hands go under water, does the water get into the gloves because of the slits at the fingers?

I noticed Bass Pro has the Glacier Gloves on sale for $25.
 
darterman

Joined: 03/20/2001
Posts: 266
 11/20/2008 09:04 AM  

AQUASKINZ GLOVES ARE TERRIBLE....HAD THEM FOR 3 SESONS AND THREW THEM IN THE GARBAGE. THEY NEVER KEPT MY HANDS WARM OR DRY

BAD INVESTMENT.


I pray I live to fish
Until my dying day.
When at my last cast,I
most humbly pray: When
in the Lord's great landing net,
peacefully asleep,That
in His mercy I be
judged, big enough to keep
 
fish4me


Joined: 09/01/2005
Posts: 16692
Location: Miller Place
 11/20/2008 09:36 AM  

Three years to figure it out huh?


 
RJCAPPY


Joined: 01/18/2006
Posts: 323
Location: Western Sound
 11/20/2008 09:44 AM  

I use the Aquaskins.($20) Great fit although they do get a little wet, hands don't get too cold!up
 
KayakerStan


Joined: 01/02/2005
Posts: 519
 11/20/2008 09:44 AM  

Don't waste your money on expensive gloves that don't work when it's windy and cold. I have tried many different gloves over the years the expensive ones will keep your hands warm but your finger tips will be cold if it's windy. I have found only 1 that works the best. Buy yourself 100% wool gloves then put some rubberized dots on the palms which will give you a much better grip. I can fish in windy and very cold temps, I can completely submerge my hands under the water yet my hands and finger tips will stay nice and warm.up


NYS Licensed Guide
 
shredgit7


Joined: 06/15/2008
Posts: 521
Location: yonkers (yonkaz)
 11/20/2008 09:49 AM  

5Bricks wrote:

I have tried different gloves over the years. I garee with Hendrixlives. The Glacier gloves that I use are not bulky and allow access to your index finger and thumb. Great when you need to change your tackle.

821BK
THE BEST COLD WEATHER NEOPRENE FISHING GLOVE
Premium 2mm fleece lined neoprene, perfect curve fingers and patented Touch-Rite™ thumb and index finger create our best cold weather fishing glove. Blind stitched and glued for increased comfort and durability.
FLY FISHING, FISHING, ICE FISHING. HUNTING
S, M, L, XL, XXL
$39.99

Stay warm....


i have those and hate them... the finger slits allow water in, and then your fingers will really freeze...yesterday in montauk, i had to take them off every hour and put them over my defroster in my car between spots.. personally, im getting a pair of aquaskinz for next year



"I want to thank the good lord for making me a Yankee"
Proud Union member of the UBC
Empire State Carpenters
 
dockmaster1

Joined: 07/14/2008
Posts: 74
Location: Looking for the BIG one!
 11/20/2008 10:06 AM  

this turned out to be a good conversation im sticking to the neoprene ones u can find then in sports authority and i think they arround 13$ they have full fingers on then and you can cut finger off for what ever you need such as just thumb and index to what ever lemgth instead of paying 40$ up
 
adkhkr


Joined: 06/03/2008
Posts: 28
 11/20/2008 10:13 AM  

KayakerStan wrote:

Don't waste your money on expensive gloves that don't work when it's windy and cold. I have tried many different gloves over the years the expensive ones will keep your hands warm but your finger tips will be cold if it's windy. I have found only 1 that works the best. Buy yourself 100% wool gloves then put some rubberized dots on the palms which will give you a much better grip. I can fish in windy and very cold temps, I can completely submerge my hands under the water yet my hands and finger tips will stay nice and warm.up


I like this idea...What do you mean exactly by putting rubberized dots...where do you find them?
 
hauler


Joined: 03/12/2002
Posts: 3788
 11/20/2008 10:57 AM  

Not to answer for Stan but I would think Whip-End Dip sold at any marine supply store would work on the palms of wool.

It's a product with a built in brush used to cover the ends of dock lines, etc. You can dot the palms with this in your choice of fashion colors: Red, White, and Yellow.

PS. The yellow use to be killer on sinkers years ago when flounder fishing. Dip the sinkers right into the can.......You can even dip tool handles into this stuff. Dries in about two hours.
 
KayakerStan


Joined: 01/02/2005
Posts: 519
 11/20/2008 02:07 PM  

hauler, thats a very good suggestion.up

wrote:

I like this idea...What do you mean exactly by putting rubberized dots...where do you find them?


I have done it 2 different ways and both work great.

1. You can buy a thin sheet of foam rubber from Home Depot or Lowes. Cut some small pieces from the sheet and goop them to the palm of the wool gloves. Just make sure the dots are very small. You don't need a lot for a good grip.

2. Buy "Sport & Outdoor" goop and just put a few drops on the palms and let it dry.

Just make sure you buy 100% wool gloves as they will keep your hands and finger tips warm even if they get soaked. Best fishing and kayaking gloves I have ever used in very cold windy weather.up


NYS Licensed Guide
 
StriperSlayer


Joined: 12/22/2004
Posts: 317
Location: Malverne
 11/20/2008 02:48 PM  

Great topic !

Nothing beats dead sticking while your in the truck with the heater on.... till the sun comes up !


"Hey! What's that clown think he's doing?"
 
crabby


Joined: 11/12/2001
Posts: 151
 11/20/2008 11:21 PM  

gloves

I found the best gloves are the type the commercial fisherman use. They are orange rubber and are sold in tackle stroes for like $20. Get the ones with like a fleece on the inside. Mine are made by Atlas model Vinylove #460. You can even bait the hooks with these and fish in freezing weather;. Neoprene is a waste of time, hands always get cold.WinkWink

Damn only $12 on this website.. I was robbed!!!!

[url=http://www.palmflex.com/atlas4.htm]




Crabby

This post edited by crabby 11:30 PM 11/20/2008
 
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