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  1. The Striper Forum
    I will be heading to the Sound beginning this coming Sunday for a few days. I was there in the Old Saybrook area a few weeks ago, after the Tropical Storm, and the water was like a chocolate milk shake. I was in Fisher's Sound last week and the water was cleared up. I was wondering, since all...
  2. Surfcasting Central
    Spoke to RJ Cappy about customizing my reel and really enjoyed our conversation,great fellow.The work i've seen by him is supurb.looking to send it to him when i get the funds.Cap, will be back in touch with you.Thanks for responding to me and giving me all that info. Doug
  3. Stripers 101 - The Beginners clinic.
    I make my own slider rigs and I've been using "Jeros Tackle" leader. I bought it a few years back cause I that's all the shop had and I needed it. I've been using it because I don't like to waste things but I'm definitely ready to throw it in the trash where it belongs. It's 30lb w/ 0.70 mm...
  4. Reels and Reel Maintenance
    Please do not start a thread war, just fact based info. Today I stopped by BassPro Shop for some line and hooks and, in the reel section, in a special thick glass display I saw a couple of Shimano Stella and one Daiwa Saltiga Z reels, both brands at $700.00+. I have asked the sales guy if he...
  5. The Striper Forum
    Im looking for a new higher end color fish finder. Im sure some of you have tons of experience with different models, any info or opinions would be appreciated. Thanx
  6. Tackle Evaluation & Product review
    winter coming soon, would like to purchase a pair.
  7. Upper Hudson River Striper Club
    Hudson is higher than usual and off color. The mohawk which dumps in the hudson is ripping over the cohoes falls but to my supprisement the fishing is the best it has been for me reeling in 5 in two days (about 3 hrs)
  8. New York
    Caught 5 stripers and 3 blues w/ two other guys on bunker chunks. Bass were 32, 33, 36,38 and 43 inches.....the 43 incher was 35 pounds. Bass all bit at night around 2 hours either side of high tide....also 3 run-offs. Kept my first bass in 2 years (a 33 incher)....the only bass I've kept...
  9. Reference Library
    U.S. Beach water Quality monitoring stations
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