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Date posted December 4, 2003 6:11 PM
Posted by Leprechaun
Report location New York > Debs/Jones > Jones Bass/Tog - Tough Day
Fishing method Boat
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Cracked a very messy inlet at daybreak w/Kodfish Kenny & Gus/Toutog to find the birds going nuts right inside the pocket behind the jetty, in tight - almost on the beach in 16' of water. Must have pulled at least a dozen shorts in about 20 minutes before the really nasty conditions forced us to move off.



BTW - where were all the surfcasters? These fish were in easy casting from shore and I'm sure if anyone wanted to play C&R they could have easily slayed them right from the sand.



From there ran to the West thru a very snotty ocean to a nice piece in 62' - worked real hard to put together a catch of 10 decent fish to 6.5lbs. Gus got the big one, as always.



I think these fish have probably begun to move deep - next week we go to Joisey.



If there IS a next week.



rgds, Leprechaun



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HappyCamper


Joined: 11/27/2002
Posts: 3545
 12/04/2003 06:50 PM  

Same here. Going on a party boat out of Raritan Bay.Heated hand rails and all.Good luck to ya. Steve
 
sundancer

Joined: 04/17/2002
Posts: 752
Location: mass. cove
 12/04/2003 09:23 PM  

still making great reports. fished sunday from the 3rd wantagh to amity cut drifted the whole way had to start the engine up a few trimes to move off but a really fast drift /slow troll didnt matter no hookups . good luck ken
 
HungryJack

Joined: 06/10/2002
Posts: 7808
 12/04/2003 10:18 PM  

www.williamgtapply.com/images/tight.jpg ;)
 
theshark516


Joined: 10/22/2003
Posts: 1124
Location: Baldwin
 12/04/2003 11:03 PM  

I must have missed them by an hour or so, I chcked out behind the JB Coast Guard before WE2 around 11:45am, nothing doing at that time, nary a bird. Did see a few boats in the inlet on my way back home around 4:00. My timing's off [email protected]#$%


Kevin, ASC
 
kdstriper7

Joined: 04/08/2002
Posts: 229
 12/05/2003 12:05 PM  

Sunset is the time to be in the sand right now!
 
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