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Date posted September 28, 2015 12:02 AM
Posted by fishkiller01
Report location New York > Western South Shore
Fishing method Surf
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Since there is tons of bait in the area, decided to try on of our j-bay spot . Started off a little slow, than re managed schoolies striper and couple of blues on small minnow lures. The action was very sporadic as slow schools of blues only move in occasionally. For next couple of hours of incoming tide 4 us managed several nice sized gator blues. Bite got more aggressive towards the end, but for the most part the takes were a little subtle considering they were nice sized choppers. In addition to the bombers, the fish were landed on poppers and tins also. Condition was perfect today with overcast-sky’s, a slight breeze and nice clam water. Shout outs my boys Nigel,Craezy M,and Madd-Shad for fun day on the water.




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Billbass

Joined: 10/17/2004
Posts: 125
 09/28/2015 05:51 AM  

I recommend that you have that reel (submerged in photo) serviced if you want to use it next season.
 
TwoGs

Joined: 04/29/2012
Posts: 280
 09/28/2015 06:05 AM  

LOL
I saw that too Bill
 
ShanghaiStriper

Joined: 04/09/2010
Posts: 12
 09/28/2015 08:10 AM  

BillBass and TwoG's,

These guys are using Van Halen reels. They are sealed and can be submerged.
 
StripesExpress


Joined: 06/18/2011
Posts: 124
 09/28/2015 08:38 AM  

Nice blues guy's. upupup


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nandothird


Joined: 09/24/2006
Posts: 44
Location: Brooklyn
 09/28/2015 09:03 AM  

Van Staal

2nd post I've read in a week with mention of mishandling Van Staals.
They are Van Staal guys; been around now for a while, no reason why if you are on this forum, especially posting LOL remarks about a reel being submerged, that you don't know about them. Fish them hard, throw them in the sand, submerge them, leave 'me in your trunk for a few weeks after that if you want..
They keep cranking and asking for more.
Fish 'em hard.

Nice going on the catch guys!


Throw the Big Girls back!
 
paspar2

Joined: 10/10/2014
Posts: 40
 09/28/2015 09:40 AM  

Good work! I was in the area myself and go in on some gator action.

Re dunking a van staal - if you dont dunk it, its like getting a corvette and going 40 in the right lane... Smile
 
domdonkey19

Joined: 09/10/2015
Posts: 97
Location: Long Island
 09/28/2015 10:07 AM  

paspar2 wrote:


Re dunking a van staal - if you dont dunk it, its like getting a corvette and going 40 in the right lane... Smile



haha so true well said. Nice catching and report fellas keep up the good work.

 
FishScale


Joined: 12/10/2009
Posts: 5200
Location: A-team
 09/28/2015 10:18 AM  

The fishkillaz specialize in the art of war and killing the enemy with high end equipment Wink

they need not to be schooled


 
RealTauk


Joined: 08/05/2014
Posts: 330
Location: Where the bass are
 09/28/2015 10:32 AM  

FishScale wrote:

The fishkillaz specialize in the art of war and killing the enemy with high end equipment Wink

they need not to be schooled



WELL SAID! I have enormous respect for Killer and his crew. ...These are pros.up

This community needs more like them and less of the riffraff.

paspar2 wrote:


Re dunking a van staal - if you dont dunk it, its like getting a corvette and going 40 in the right lane... Smile



I like this analogyup

The 1st 2 comments are pretty laughable, especially because Killer has OCD when it comes to his gear.


As always, good stuff Killer.

We need to get up again soon.



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This post edited by RealTauk 03:45 PM 09/28/2015
 
FishfaceFreddy

Joined: 03/19/2011
Posts: 81
Location: Commack, New York
 09/28/2015 10:39 AM  

Nice catch guys> Good report. I don't understand the comments either.

 
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 09/28/2015 10:54 AM  

nice going as usual gentlemen

dont be disuaded by those who know not...what am I saying?...you guys could never be disuaded! Smile
 
mojoe


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 09/28/2015 11:00 AM  

KILLERRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRR Shades up,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,><(((:> ~~~ ><(((:>


EAT FISH AND LIVE LONGER!!!
 
fishinsanity1


Joined: 03/11/2012
Posts: 659
 09/28/2015 12:08 PM  

Well done guys. upupup
 
Bluebassfish88

Joined: 11/09/2013
Posts: 165
 09/28/2015 12:24 PM  

Love ...Gator Fight upupup


 
fishing19

Joined: 12/25/2012
Posts: 256
 09/28/2015 12:46 PM  

Most fisherman who fish any chance they get have some kind of ocd with their equipment. I save my nice stuff for when the bite is on. It's comming out this weekend.
 
RealTauk


Joined: 08/05/2014
Posts: 330
Location: Where the bass are
 09/28/2015 12:54 PM  

fishing19 wrote:

Most fisherman who fish any chance they get have some kind of ocd with their equipment. I save my nice stuff for when the bite is on. It's comming out this weekend.


mhm...



Sincerity makes the very least person to be of more value than the most talented hypocrite - Charles Spurgeon
 
SkunkJuice

Joined: 06/12/2014
Posts: 52
Location: Long Island
 09/28/2015 01:22 PM  

RealTauk wrote:

fishing19 wrote:

Most fisherman who fish any chance they get have some kind of ocd with their equipment. I save my nice stuff for when the bite is on. It's comming out this weekend.


mhm...



LOL! to funny.
 
Shakaantoine


Joined: 04/03/2013
Posts: 583
Location: Brooklyn NY
 09/28/2015 01:48 PM  

Nice job as always...I'm a Penn fan so I've got my eye on the Torque line of "sealed reels" when you have it fish it and fish it hard


If you ask me why do I go fishing the answer will always be I'm a Antoine, Antoines go fishing!
 
fishkiller01


Joined: 05/03/2009
Posts: 763
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 09/28/2015 02:41 PM  

Wow!! All this commotion cause some lunatic saw reel weren't dunked on the pic.Seriously Confused



Everyone should believe in something; We believe we'll go fishing
 
Billbass

Joined: 10/17/2004
Posts: 125
 09/28/2015 02:44 PM  

Submerging your Van Staal and service recommendations

No disrespect guys, but the following is right from Van Staal's website:

Van Staal Factory Service
The Van Staal Factory Service Program is designed to give fishermen reels that work harder and last longer than any others. A Van Staal reel is unique. No other reel is sealed water-tight to resist the sand, salt and surf. Only a Van Staal can be submerged in saltwater and still perform without having to be immediately opened up and cleaned. Waterproof seals and casings keep oil and grease inside your reel and saltwater out of it. This keeps Van Staal gears properly lubricated and away from the abusive corrosion that can quickly occur in a saltwater environment.
Your reel is made from the finest machined aluminum, stainless steel and titanium. And like any fine machine made of these materials a periodic cleaning and maintenance is important. The harder you use your reel, the more important proper maintenance is to ensure that all parts and mechanisms are clean, lubricated and in good working order. If you submerge or fish your reel in the surf, we recommend you have your Van Staal reel serviced annually. If you are fishing from a dock or boat and not submerging your reel — and are confident that seals and lubrication is still intact — then you do not need this service as often. However, time and weather do eventually dictate that seals and lubrication will need to be changed and a good cleaning is also recommended. Service by a trained Van Staal service and repair specialists will maintain your reels performance and add years to its life.

 
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