Daily Fishing and Outdoor Report
FINAL STANDINGS – UNLESS THERE ARE ANY OUTSTANDING WEIGN-IN SLIPS: Updated June 19, 2007
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Tuesday, June 19, 2007: Waves: Small but still some current and rips to deal with.
One of those crazy busy weeks at The SandPaper. Thanks to the following emailists for essentially writing today’s blog.…Continue
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Sunday, June 17, 2007: Waves: Finally the swell falls off to 2 feet –along with a die-down of the currents.
The switch to straight offshore west winds (midday) invited I some near-torrid air temps – and some black flies. It helped the surfcasters, most of whom were using clams to cash in on the bass that were…Continue
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Saturday, June 16, 2007: Waves: Rebuilt to about 3-5 feet today; a bit of a surprise increase in the wave action. It lead to my contacting the weather Service to increase rip current warning levels from “low” – that it seemed it would be when I called in at sunrise – to a healthy “moderate.”
I’m not sure why the swell surged so much but it did make surfcasting tough. Also, the rock and roll…Continue
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(Note: I’m getting a lot of info fed me during the day so some daily reports will have updates throughout the day – check back)
In fact: Midday: Fuse found on the beach after the heavy surf in Surf City/Ship Bottom. To be expected, actually. Good thing the beaches were fairly bare -- and it wasn't some toddler playing in the…Continue
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Updated June 15 – noon.
Standing Time lbs/oz Girth Weighed…Continue
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Thursday, June 14, 2007: Waves: Large.
Talk about hitting the brakes. The wind made what amounted to a panic stop late in the afternoon. The skid marks could be seen across the bay surface as glassiness set in toward dark, with fast-moving north to south currents from the earlier winds making snakes on the water’s surface.
The surf remains majorly…Continue
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Wednesday, June 13, 2007:
Some fine stripers were taken on the lip of the winds – right before it began crankin’ heavily from the NE. The hooking was led by South End action.…Continue
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Another 40-pounder on the board, June 13.
Standing Time lbs/oz Girth…Continue
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Tuesday June 12, 2007:
RUNDOWN: Despite overly clear waters, some serious bass are coming to light, fish to 30 pounds with many in the 20s of pounds. More than ever, an emphasis has to be placed on the scattered nature of these better bass. I say that because easily the majority of reports I got over the weekend grumbled about super slow hooking – and an insidious (and steady) loss of valuable clam baits, lost to either crabs or (I’m guessing) arriving kingfish.
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Saturday, June 09, 2007: I chatted with a few anglers along LBI beaches and none had much luck. Problem could be the over-clear water during the day. There was also baffling bait loss for just about all surfcasters. I told a couple anglers in HC who were rapidly losing bait and suggested it might be kingfish slowly tearing apart clam gobs.…Continue
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Friday, June 08, 2007: Waves: Small.
Bass are being taken from beach and boat. Small fish are the bugaboo on the beach but amid the smallity are some fine takers-home – and even some weigh-worthy hookups, including a couple more fish past 20 pounds. More bigger bass are going for clam over bunker. I guess that’s to be expected after a storm.…Continue
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Thursday, June 07, 2007: Waves: Small.
Ocean has calmed and just like that the bass are bouncing back. Not that they went far. They just weren’t heavily fished during the blow and subsequent groundswell. Well, not only were three new names added to the Simply Bassin’ board but a goodly number of non-tourney fish came to light. Nothing huge,…Continue
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Wednesday, June 06, 2007: A serious swell and those fierce swings in water temp have left the surf-front bassing very wanting. The fish are there but it’ll take the smaller surf (beginning today) for angler to retrack them. There is the surf fishing upside to any stir like the one we just had: It gets the bigger bass in close, going for clams and crabs displaced by the wave action.
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Big Bolts and Subway Cars Resurface
UNMELLOW YELLOW: I’ve seen yellow skies, yellow rain, yellow snow but early Tuesday morning I saw deep yellow lightning, the hue of lemon peel.
While doing my dawn patrol wave report for…Continue
Added by jaymann on June 5, 2007 at 4:07pm — No Comments
1. Participating Shops:
- Barnegat Light Bait & Tackle, Barnegat Light 609-494-4566
- Fisherman's Headquarters, Ship Bottom 609-494-5739
- Jingle's Bait & Tackle, Beach Haven 609-492-2795
- Surf City Bait & Tackle, Surf…
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Sunday, June 03, 2007: Waves: 3-5 feet out of the south (not nearly as large as predicted). Water temps: Frigid 40s, though forecasted easterly winds could warm water very rapidly – if those winds actually develop.
Talks of crappy weather had many anglers calling off fishing trips or even heading back home before the weekend’s end. I have to admit that the reports…Continue
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Saturday, June 02, 2007: Waves: Choppy 2-4 feet out of the south; cold dirtying water; upwelling lowering water temps back into the 50s, potential low 50s if winds persist.
Winds were a serious factor today, though a load of boats were plying the nearshore water. I hung out at a secret beach near B. Inlet and saw a modest flow of angler traffic heading out for fluke.
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Friday, June 01, 2007: Winds were testy late but the bassin’ continues to rock. The hooking is north to south, though far from every street. Some super hot stops and some dominated by skates and dogs. However, below will give you a sense of a hot site. Thanks, Joe, for the fine write-up of the action. More on the big bass as I get info.
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