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Old 05-11-2008, 05:47 PM
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Default May 10th, Glimmer Glass Night Bite

Fished last night's tide change 11p-3a, six short, largest were 26" and 24" (can't get a break). Herring were all over after the tide turned. Not a soul out, had the place to myself. Was hammered like a freight train and broken off quick, twice, losing two RonZ's. Funny thing is there weren't any blues around, doubt it was a big striper?! Going back sometime this week for a keeper and some Sabiki rigs to do a little live lining.
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Old 05-11-2008, 07:43 PM
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Welcome,,,,,8 years late, but welcome anyway

That could have been a big weakie like we have been seeing lately. They LOVE herring.

Where do you launch over there?
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Old 05-11-2008, 10:34 PM
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Ship, I think the jersey kayak association launch sites has a spot for glimmer glass... if I recall. Don't have the link off hand but it's easy to look up.

Is that join date actually correct ?
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Glimmerglass theis a couple of other putins up river a bit and the little park on the Point Pleasant side
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there was a typo in that link, Pat... you left off the last 'l'
http://www.jsska.org/launchsites/lsnj003.shtml

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there was a typo in that link, Pat... you left off the last 'l'
thanks,
ummm a ohhh I left off the last l for liiiinggggggggerrrrrr loooooooonggggggggggerrrrrrer
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Rob,
Welcome,,,,,8 years late, but welcome anyway

That could have been a big weakie like we have been seeing lately. They LOVE herring.

Where do you launch over there?
Fisherman's Cove (aka Dog Beach). Funny, been a member of this site since 2000 (surf/jetty fisherman), never posted until I started Kayak Fishing. Feels like it's the first time again.......love this kayak stuff, can't get enough!
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