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Old 09-22-2009, 01:39 PM
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If the current is ripping. Cast em up stream and let them drift using a coventional or baitrunner. If the current is ripping hard some rubbah core weights may be needed to get the eel into the strike zone near the bottom.
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Old 09-23-2009, 05:37 PM
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Do RonZ's work. I'm using at night, after HT, between 2 jetties at harbor entrance,
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Default Re: Surf Casting Live Eels

Hi all, first post. Apologies in advance for reviving a three year old thread, but this one seemed the most appropriate to my question...

I want to try live eels from the beaches of LI south shore, but the waves break so far out and the riptide can get so bad, that I need at least a four oz. pyramid to get my bait where it needs to be and keep it from washing up on shore.

Could I possibly substitute the egg sinker in Sudsy's post #4 with a 4oz pyramid on a sinker slide, or am I just asking for tangles?

Am I just better off sticking to clam and the weight at the bottom under these conditions?

Thanks!
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