Daily Fishing and Outdoor Report
Added by jaymann on September 21, 2007 at 9:40pm — No Comments
Thursday, September 20, 2007: Waves: Dropping 3-4 foot north swell. Water clarity: fair to good (improving). Water temps: 66.
Ladies and Gentlemen, resume your fishing. That powerful northern high-pressure system was as…Continue
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Tuesday, September 18, 2007: Waves: Large and somewhat gnarly. Water clarity: Fair. Water temp: 67.
This wind has gone from troublesome to tedious. For three days running the NE gusts have blown away all potential for easy boat fishing and have either driven away surfcasters or…Continue
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Thursday, September 13, 2007: Waves: Small. Water clarity: Ideal – though approaching too clear in some sites. Water temps: Dip to 70 – 72. Winds: None for early day, could see south by day’s end.
Bait run continues to make news in its own right. Major mullet (some pods containing fish averaging 6 inches) are running river-like.…Continue
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Burgers, Bull and Tortured Fluke
BURGER A-SALT ON COP: This is just a quick sidebar jaunt, since this story kinda cracks me up – and makes me very thirsty for…Continue
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Tuesday, September 11, 2007: Waves: 2-3 foot south swell. Water clarity: Fair, some discoloration. Water temps: Mid-70s.
It lit up in Holgate today, despite cloudiness and even some rain spritzes. With winds honking south, then howling west, there was enough bait moving around to feed all of Thailand. I have no idea what that means but it…Continue
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Monday, September 10, 2007. Waves: Fairly strong 3-4 foot medium-period swell from departing Gabrielle. Water clarity: Excellent. Water temps: Toasty 75 to 77.
Ideal conditions today as winds remained light. A wholesale effort was made to cash in on the last day of fluking. Boats zipped out to very deep water and successes in some instances. Good fluking was also had near reefs. Here’s one success story:
“THREE PEAT!!!! Almost. No 7 seven pound fluke, but a 23.5" 5.26lb., 21"…Continue
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Wednesday, September 05, 2007: Waves: Small but potentially building with some tropical weather just to our south (not far from Hatteras). Water clarity: Ideal. Winds: Light offshore going to light onshore; ideal. Water temps: Now approaching upper 70s; I took a 77.9 yesterday late.
I will be out on an archeological dig today and onto…Continue
Added by jaymann on September 5, 2007 at 11:27am — No Comments
Making Nice and Seeing Things
BE A NICE SURFCASTER: Anymore it seems the summer season stops on a dime – landing right next to the cash register that symbolizes Labor Day Weekend – then re-flares virtually every weekend for the following couple months.…Continue
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Friday, August 31, 2007: Waves: Building 2-3 foot easterly ground swell; smaller northerly wind swell. Water clarity: Very good. Water temps: Mid-70s, highest yesterday was 77.
Warmest water of the year has moved in. North winds will keep the water balmy. Waves could pick up today as groundswells from a couple offshore disturbances mix with…Continue
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