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Re: 2nd Annual Sandy Hook Jam 11-11-12 Be Ready

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Its getting closer to that time everyone so starting getting all the gear you need to fish the hook . The current is swift and a intermediate line for the most part don't get you down far enough so use one of your 25 off coupons from Orvis and get a 350 grain depth charge line to get your fly down .

Also Jay is hosting a Saltwater Fly Swap so if you are lacking in some variety in your fly selection or just like tying join the swap .

Posted on: 2012/8/2 15:47

Edited by Fredrick on 2012/8/2 16:13:13
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Re: 2nd Annual Sandy Hook Jam 11-11-12 Be Ready

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Dang I'm going in NY for steelhead that weekend...

I'll probably make it out to NJ a couple times this fall...might have to the Hook this year as IBSP wasn't nice to me last year...

Posted on: 2012/8/6 12:35


Re: 2nd Annual Sandy Hook Jam 11-11-12 Be Ready

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Just a heads up guys... there is a Federal Saltwater license and its $15 that you might need to get.

https://www.countmyfish.noaa.gov/register/

Posted on: 2012/9/1 14:10


Re: 2nd Annual Sandy Hook Jam 11-11-12 Be Ready
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Just a heads up guys... there is a Federal Saltwater license and its $15 that you might need to get.

https://www.countmyfish.noaa.gov/register/


This is correct.
Last year - I believe - the deal was if you registered before the end of the year you would be covered for 2012. I did this. Unfortunately, when I went to Maine this summer, I could not find the card indicating I'd registered. So I had to go online and spend the $15 anyway. They still have not sent me a new card (as the website promised) so I'm holding onto the payment receipt.

Posted on: 2012/9/1 19:00


Re: 2nd Annual Sandy Hook Jam 11-11-12 Be Ready
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Good reminder OD-town.

I just used the link to renew mine on-line. If you registered last year, all you need to do is type in your registration # and expiration date, but the message I got was renewals can only be made 30 days or less before it's expiration. Mine expires in November, so I have to wait.

Posted on: 2012/9/2 7:17


Re: 2nd Annual Sandy Hook Jam 11-11-12 Be Ready

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I THINK you can go to NJDEp and register for their state specific program for free. It only covers NJ waters. The $15 Federal will let you fish in any state. I have just been doing the state version for each state i go too, as most are still free.

http://www.nj.gov/dep/saltwaterregistry/index.html

Posted on: 2012/9/4 9:44
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Re: 2nd Annual Sandy Hook Jam 11-11-12 Be Ready

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Good news the owner of Colton Fly Company is giving a special discount to members attending the Jam . Here is the website if your interested . http://coltonfly.com/ I own several rods and reels from Colton and the gear and costumer service is top notch.
Any questions send me a pm .

Posted on: 2012/9/14 8:14
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Re: 2nd Annual Sandy Hook Jam 11-11-12 Be Ready

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Same here ,I have both rods and reels .
Top quality gear!!!!

Posted on: 2012/9/14 13:40


Re: 2nd Annual Sandy Hook Jam 11-11-12 Be Ready

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Sure, just when I convince myself I don't need more gear this season...thanks fred.

Posted on: 2012/9/14 14:48


Re: 2nd Annual Sandy Hook Jam 11-11-12 Be Ready

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Sure, just when I convince myself I don't need more gear this season...thanks fred.


This might help more Jay
Not sure if they are part of the discount but Bob said that he will be adding two new rods by the end of the month I tried to get the details about the rods but he is still hush hush about it .

Posted on: 2012/9/14 14:55
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Re: 2nd Annual Sandy Hook Jam 11-11-12 Be Ready

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Own rod and reel (thanks Bob), both have performed well for me on the SR. The reel is bulletproof.

Posted on: 2012/9/14 16:24
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Re: 2nd Annual Sandy Hook Jam 11-11-12 Be Ready

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FYI the bay is about to break open. Was down last Sunday and the bait was thick. Peanuts and silversides ( or something else small) We caught some weak's and fluke, saw some small bluefish blitzs. There are reports from some fairly reputable kayakers of double digit blues and numbers of albies. Hopefully they stay inshore....

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Re: 2nd Annual Sandy Hook Jam 11-11-12 Be Ready

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Over Sat. Croakers and Kings most of the day , scattering of snapper blues. at dusk blues !!! Nice angery Blues. Saw silver sides some peanuts.
Time to get a 10 wt awake !!!!

Posted on: 2012/9/19 1:14


Re: 2nd Annual Sandy Hook Jam 11-11-12 Be Ready

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Over Sat. Croakers and Kings most of the day , scattering of snapper blues. at dusk blues !!! Nice angery Blues. Saw silver sides some peanuts.
Time to get a 10 wt awake !!!!



All on the fly ?

Posted on: 2012/9/19 7:49
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Yep - starting to hear buzz about the beach in Jersey and up through New England. Baitfish are moving. Hopefully the fall run this year will be a repeat of last year's, which was one of the best in memory along the NJ shore. My timing wasn't good in my two trips to the beach in 2011 but, overall, it was as good as it gets for the surf and FF crowd.

Posted on: 2012/9/19 7:56



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