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Date posted November 19, 2009 6:39 PM
Posted by basskin
Report location New York > Fire Island > shinny east-moses
Fishing method Surf
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HIT THE BEACH TODAY AT DAWN ..STARTED OUT EAST JUST EAST OF SHINNY AND HAD BASS TO 34IN ON SWIMMERS BITE SLOWED AROUND 830 ..STUCK AROUND TILL 11 AROUND THE LIGHT FOR NADA.. SECOND STOP TOWARDS HOME HIT THE BOTTOM OF THE DROP AT F.I AND HAD 3 BASS TO 31 INHES ON A TIN..SLOWER BITE TODAY THEN PAST THE BASS MUST HAVE SEEN THE 30 SURF GUYS ON THE BEACH..LOL WHAT THE HELL HAPPENED DOWN AT DEMO A WORLD RECORD CAUGHT ...LOL WONT BE BACK THERE UNLESS ITS RAINING AND WINDY LIKE LAST WEEK.. TIGHT LINES



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aprez27


Joined: 11/05/2001
Posts: 100
Location: South Hempstead
 11/19/2009 07:11 PM  

At least 20 guys fishing at the point this afternoon.


LIBBA #1540
 
toyotaoffroad91


Joined: 06/29/2006
Posts: 1982
 11/19/2009 07:23 PM  

you can thank this report section for that..
 
SurfaceStrike

Joined: 08/21/2002
Posts: 2123
Location: Variable
 11/19/2009 07:27 PM  

Don't forget

Cell phones, email, myspace, facebook and twitter. Technology is killing this sport. I forgot... AIM, SMS, MMS, Blackberry messaging and digital cameras.


That is why God gave them tails Wink

This post edited by SurfaceStrike 07:30 PM 11/19/2009
 
the3fishheads


Joined: 01/01/2008
Posts: 3147
Location: On the Edge
 11/19/2009 08:07 PM  

Ya should have seen how many guys showed up at the draw bridge.down


Gone fishin
 
toyotaoffroad91


Joined: 06/29/2006
Posts: 1982
 11/19/2009 08:19 PM  

yes there are many tools...but a guy from around the world can read them to...
its amazing how powerful it can be..its also amazing how many ppl cant find there own fish...the whole thrill should be the hunt..not fighting fish or crowds


This post edited by toyotaoffroad91 08:20 PM 11/19/2009
 
LogCabins

Joined: 02/17/2009
Posts: 333
 11/19/2009 08:33 PM  

toyotaoffroad91 wrote:

you can thank this report section for that..



Exactly!!! It went from 2-5 trucks down there to about 30-40 trucks in one single day. That is the reason why these spot specific reports are so freakin bad for the people who actually put their time in. Not cool at all and hopefully a valuable lesson was learned by some of you report posters out there. keep it General! oh and leave the obvious photos of locations out to! carry on
 
Gotaway

Joined: 06/26/2005
Posts: 539
 11/19/2009 08:34 PM  

SurfaceStrike wrote:

Cell phones, email, myspace, facebook and twitter. Technology is killing this sport. I forgot... AIM, SMS, MMS, Blackberry messaging and digital cameras.


Actually I find that as kind of contradictory. If the more people that fish means that is killing the sport, then you are correct. To me , that sounds like it is helping the sport.

For the people who like the beaches to themselves, yes , it is "killing" the sport for them.

Yes , I agree, specific locations in a report may cause a traffic jam for 2 or 3 days, but it passes. Not everyone can fish 5 days a week and appreciate any info to make their 2 or 3 days fishing more productive.
Overall, I enjoy reading the reports and try to cull as much info as possible from them, for myself, I remember reading LeoDA reports 4 years ago, and saying, dammit, the fish are out there, go get them. Those reports got me on the beach, so I do not begrudge a report getting someone else off their couch and on the beach.
 
toyotaoffroad91


Joined: 06/29/2006
Posts: 1982
 11/19/2009 09:04 PM  

Gotaway wrote:

SurfaceStrike wrote:

Cell phones, email, myspace, facebook and twitter. Technology is killing this sport. I forgot... AIM, SMS, MMS, Blackberry messaging and digital cameras.


Actually I find that as kind of contradictory. If the more people that fish means that is killing the sport, then you are correct. To me , that sounds like it is helping the sport.

For the people who like the beaches to themselves, yes , it is "killing" the sport for them.

Those reports got me on the beach



Toungue
ToungueToungue
no one want to work for there fish anymore...
maybe i should sharpen the inside of my hooks for the remainder of the year..
 
kwikstick

Joined: 11/30/2003
Posts: 1094
 11/19/2009 11:01 PM  

nothing for nothing but it's really not hard work this time of the year, you just have to get in the truck and hit the beach. long island as a whole is a spot burn. right now at this time, long island is most likely the hottest surf fishing spot in the world!

sure it sometimes gets crowded but this is it.... "the fall run" go get em!..up


 
Beachglass

Joined: 09/29/2003
Posts: 1143
Location: Bellport
 11/20/2009 12:19 AM  

Gotaway and kwickstick are right on the money.
Alot of people on a tiny spit of an Island and this is THE season.


I survived Roe v. Wade
 
bigbillyfish

Joined: 09/21/2004
Posts: 83
 11/20/2009 09:44 AM  

location!location!location!

could you give me the gps coordinates showing me where you caught those fish? lol
 
JC30967


Joined: 12/07/2007
Posts: 6359
Location: Massapequa
 11/20/2009 06:13 PM  


Another one bites the dust. Someday mabey i will try to understand the logic of " more fishermen = killing fishing " Rolldown


Somewhere in Chicago,a community is missing its organizer
 
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