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November 2008 Blog Posts (26)

Bunker

on keeping snagged bunker. We put the bunker that we snag in our live well and keep it alive until we return to the dock. Take the live bunker and put it in a bucket covered with ice. Apon returning home take each bunker and rap it in wax paper and then put three or four in a freezer bag and squeeze out the air. Take as many bags on the next trip as we think we may use for chunking. its as fresh as it was when it was frozen. Take what is not used refreeze and use for chum or crab bait.

Added by Alex Lynn on November 5, 2008 at 7:47am — No Comments

Tuesday Nov. 4, 08 --- Bass then wind and bitchiness

Tuesday, November 04, 2008: Waves: Small (for now). Water clarity: very good.



The weather will get a bit bitchy tomorrow, enough to make things super in the suds. Then it goes south -- from the north. We might very well see another NE gale period, lasting maybe 24 hours. The extent of the blow will depend on the closeness of the intensifying storm off the coast. It will not hit us directly but become part of one of those combined system effects (high pressure, approaching cold front,… Continue

Added by jaymann on November 5, 2008 at 12:07am — No Comments

Nov. 4, 08 -- Weekly blog (the whole shabang -- The SandPaper couldn't fit the whole thing)

Prime Plugs and Bunker Bonanzas





ANTHRO-WHATADITY?: I just have to share this linguistic gobbledygook that came to my attention while further researching our super thrilling and always popular un-Earthly overheating, which we affectionately and ineffectively call global warming.

(Hey, if you wanted to get the boiling point across above runaway ozone you’d call the problem something like Planetary Death Heating. Hell, global warming makes you wanna go grab some sunscreen, an… Continue

Added by jaymann on November 4, 2008 at 7:30pm — No Comments

Nov. 3, 08 -- Blues are receptive, bass so-so

Monday, November 03, 2008: waves: 2 feet out of the north. Currents: Light north to south; sinker weights 2- 4-ounces. Water clarity: excellent. Bluefishing remains strong with single hookups between long pauses being the pace. The blues are fat and strong but not really up to the size expected for fall. Still, it makes great fun for tourney-ites. Bassing is slow except when fast. Obviously, fast times are hard to catch up to. You have to be right… Continue

Added by jaymann on November 3, 2008 at 9:32pm — 2 Comments

Nov. 2, 08 -- Winds a factor today; residual bass details from Friday

GREATLY APPRECIATED: It’s that annual humbling time when I seek donations to keep this site running through the coming year. I have no sponsors -- outside those who read and support the site. This is my only fund-drive. Any and all donations go toward the website. And financial support is needed.



Jay Mann

222 18th Street

Ship Bottom, NJ

08008-4418



Sunday, November 02, 2008: Waves: Building rapidly from the north. Moderate north current possibly reaching… Continue

Added by jaymann on November 2, 2008 at 11:24am — No Comments

GREATLY APPRECIATED: It’s that annual humbling time when I seek donations to keep this site running through the coming year. I have no sponsors -- outside those who read and support the site. This is…

GREATLY APPRECIATED: It’s that annual humbling time when I seek donations to keep this site running through the coming year. I have no sponsors -- outside those who read and support the site. This is my only fund-drive. Any and all donations go toward the website. And financial support is needed. Jay Mann 222 18th Street Ship Bottom, NJ 08008-4418 (Action on a Holgate bar) Saturday, November 01, 2008: Waves: Small. Water clarity: Good to very good… Continue

Added by jaymann on November 1, 2008 at 9:59am — No Comments

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