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Date posted May 21, 2005 10:20 AM
Posted by theshark516
Report location New York > Debs/Jones > Lido
Fishing method Surf
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Real nice morning on the beach, crystal clear sky, brisk north breeze keeping the surf clean for the start of the ebb. First cast at 05:30, second cast landed a 30" 11lb sweety striper on tsunami plastic. Released a small blue later on, he chomped on a smack-it popper. Birds working on and off a few casts out, saw a few other small blues landed on tins.

First time trying my converted 750 to bailess. Took awhile to get the feel of it but overall it was real nice. Just shocked me to hit the bass on the second cast!

Tight lines



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fishooker


Joined: 05/16/2005
Posts: 456
 05/21/2005 11:21 AM  

hey , i have a pen 706 w/out a bail and i love it, havent lost any plugs since, no bail to flip over on a cast,lol fish on
 
10856

Joined: 10/12/2003
Posts: 399
Location: Franklin Square
 05/21/2005 12:46 PM  

Yeah right Kev. So where'd you buy the fish? Just kidding. Congrats on the keeper. See you on the beach...Frank


Frankie Fish
LIBBA 1807
 
theshark516


Joined: 10/22/2003
Posts: 1124
Location: Baldwin
 05/21/2005 04:48 PM  

HAHA !! Frank check yer PMs ><}}}>


Kevin, ASC
 
Gary Sinestra
Noreast.com Club Member

Joined: 08/31/2001
Posts: 588
Location: Westbury
 05/21/2005 10:10 PM  

Much older than you but in my pre-boat days I was a maniacal jetty fisherman ( had to get rid of the bail as I fished at night 95% of the time) got tired of winging expensive plugs into the abyss because I didn't open the bail- the manual pick up is great once you get used to it - not only will it be easier but you probably wing out 20% more casts BECAUSE you don't waste time cocking/fiddling the bail which inevitably fails snaps back time to time - bottom line more fish opportunity- stay well and go bailess have fun leave a few for me GK.


Gary korbel
 
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