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Kayak Fishing Going out on the seas in very small plastic boats and getting towed by very big fish!!

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Old 01-17-2005, 10:03 PM
cantstopfishing cantstopfishing is offline
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i posted a couple post a while back. This was my first year kayak fishing and it was a lot of fun. I didn't really catch much because most of the time i went off the yak was midsummer. I mostly caught small fluke and blues. I have to get a wet suit though this way I could get on the action. I was wondering if you guys no of any inshore wrecks that i could be able to hit on the kayak. I found one really close to the shore by the cape may ripes but the life gaurds gave me a lot of trouble there when I came in. I also found out about an old pipe line that runs out of lavallete that i fished on party boat and got a 38incher. But I am not sure of what street to go off of to hit it.
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i posted a couple post a while back. This was my first year kayak fishing and it was a lot of fun. I didn't really catch much because most of the time i went off the yak was midsummer. I mostly caught small fluke and blues. I have to get a wet suit though this way I could get on the action. I was wondering if you guys no of any inshore wrecks that i could be able to hit on the kayak. I found one really close to the shore by the cape may ripes but the life gaurds gave me a lot of trouble there when I came in. I also found out about an old pipe line that runs out of lavallete that i fished on party boat and got a 38incher. But I am not sure of what street to go off of to hit it.
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Old 02-08-2005, 12:59 PM
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Try this site...

http://www.state.nj.us/dep/fgw/artreef.htm

There are several books out there or pick up a chart.
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Old 02-13-2005, 02:21 PM
JOHN M.O.T. JOHN M.O.T. is offline
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Check out New Jersey Beach Diver by Dan&Denise Berg. The book has 34 beach wrecks listed, unfortunately some have been buried with beach replenishment.
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