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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 11-01-2004, 09:56 AM
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TRICK ...fished with DAD (on land) from 330-930am in various locations around the Squan/PP area. Threw everything in the bag to no avail. Switched to clams and we each had a run but no hook ups.

Saw a couple of 1-2 lb bluefish taken on lures. Did notice some peanut bunker schools around 9ish on the ocean side with occasional splashes. NADA

It was great to get out with DAD since its been many years since he last fished. Hope to get out on the yak this w/e.
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Old 11-01-2004, 09:56 AM
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TRICK ...fished with DAD (on land) from 330-930am in various locations around the Squan/PP area. Threw everything in the bag to no avail. Switched to clams and we each had a run but no hook ups.

Saw a couple of 1-2 lb bluefish taken on lures. Did notice some peanut bunker schools around 9ish on the ocean side with occasional splashes. NADA

It was great to get out with DAD since its been many years since he last fished. Hope to get out on the yak this w/e.
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Old 11-01-2004, 07:55 PM
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Al: I did well today in the yak. Over a dozen blues and four bass. I also had the pleasure of meeting Sandy Hooker on the water. We fished one jetty together then I went back South while he headed North. One of the days we will all launch together.
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Old 11-01-2004, 08:45 PM
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GM I checked my v/m on the way home 5pm ish and he mentioned some action and he was meeting up with you. Great to hear of some fish being caught especially off the yak.

I'll be dusting off my yak this week and looking to get out hopefully Sunday.

Thanks for the report
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Old 11-01-2004, 11:25 PM
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Put the yak in in NoMoCo. Small blues almost right away. There were a few birds in a small area offshore, but at high tide the blues were eating wherever.

It got quiet shortly after, so I packed up, got a sandwich, and started further south - chasing the birds in a very liesurely way. Paddled out to them ~ 3/4 mile offshore, but they were moving south faster and I couldn't quite catch up. No hookups. Paddled a bit further south to hook up with GlobeMaster. At dusk the fish turned on. I kept having tails bitten off storm shads, also kept dropping fish at the side of the yak. GlobeMaster did better, I get the spaz award for the day!

Paddled back in the dark. No hookups after. Had to land when my two lines got hopelessly tangled so I could completely re-rig on the beach (ouch).

Oops, buzzer went off, my bluefish dinner is ready.
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