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Re: Sandy Hook Salt Jam 11/13/11

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i will also have some thing tyed up i will be willing to share. dont forget peanuts. i have a big sandwich bag filled with clousers most chart/white but im gonna start tying some epoxies.

by the way im am pumped for this. its gonna be a good time

Posted on: 2011/9/20 17:24


Re: Sandy Hook Salt Jam 11/13/11

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Re: Sandy Hook Salt Jam 11/13/11

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nice ties

Posted on: 2011/9/21 3:11
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Re: Sandy Hook Salt Jam 11/13/11

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A friend of mine swears by the Beast Master General so I tied some up last night here is a crappy cell phone pic of one . Beats tying BWO's doesn't it becker

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Posted on: 2011/9/24 12:24
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Re: Sandy Hook Salt Jam 11/13/11

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looks like a tabory snake fly to me...

Posted on: 2011/9/24 16:38
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Re: Sandy Hook Salt Jam 11/13/11

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Re: Sandy Hook Salt Jam 11/13/11

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Re: Sandy Hook Salt Jam 11/13/11

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an 8 wt is my work horse for the salt, jetty and surf, if you use a line a size up like a 9 wtf int or somewhere around a 350 400 grain sink then youll cut through those winds no problem, i use a 10 ft stick and if you cant handle a fish with an 8 wt consider yourself very lucky because not many surf anglers get shots at fish like that regularly if at all in a season or even a lifetime. or maybe ive just never caught a striper or blue big enough to give me a problem, which in that case is a problem

Posted on: 2011/9/28 23:17


Re: Sandy Hook Salt Jam 11/13/11

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sandfly- wherever you are, what did you use to tie the bottle neck lookin popper that things sweet, and that epoxy sandeels a stud

Posted on: 2011/9/28 23:22


Re: Sandy Hook Salt Jam 11/13/11

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the bottle popper is a Orvis bass fly tied on a long shank salt water hook, I bought like 3 doz a few years back when I was with orvis. I have sanded some bass wood into a few too. A dremel tool works great at shaping poppers.

Posted on: 2011/9/29 7:17
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Re: Sandy Hook Salt Jam 11/13/11

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one other thing i would bring a spinning rod that can cast a good distance. its no fun being shut down by the wind when there are fish around. it just insurance. get some deadly dicks and t hex

Posted on: 2011/9/30 14:37


Re: Sandy Hook Salt Jam 11/13/11

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one other thing i would bring a spinning rod that can cast a good distance. its no fun being shut down by the wind when there are fish around. it just insurance. get some deadly dicks and t hex


Or you could just use a two handed rod for the surf like I do

Posted on: 2011/9/30 16:09
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Re: Sandy Hook Salt Jam 11/13/11

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one other thing i would bring a spinning rod that can cast a good distance. its no fun being shut down by the wind when there are fish around. it just insurance. get some deadly dicks and t hex


What size is preferred...I have a few t-hex styles in 1 oz...I fear that may not be heavy enough. I've wanted some heavier ones. This would be a good time to restock.

Posted on: 2011/10/3 11:49


Re: Sandy Hook Salt Jam 11/13/11

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2 are what I use but 3 it what your rod can toss best. Deadly dicks are a much better match to sand eels.

Posted on: 2011/10/3 12:23


Re: Sandy Hook Salt Jam 11/13/11

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Ava's 007 in green or yellow work good also. Also some needle fish in black work. (buy wood)

Posted on: 2011/10/3 17:41
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