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Freddie last won the day on May 18

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  1. From MD ocean waters, any striper on artificials is one for the books. Let alone 43"! I fished 6 rods hard with bait from midnight to 6am, but with artificials I lose patience after a couple dozen casts & start working the bait rods again.
  2. Tomorrow looks like a bust. None of the weather sites can seem to agree on sunday though.
  3. Blues this afternoon 24"-30" on bunker chunks & artificials on light tackle. Not striped, but still fun!
  4. I like this site! No BS, just fishing. Great seeing you out there Dave & Mike. Slow couple days for me. One 18" blue on a bunker chunk & a few skates. I'll probably start my marathon excursions middle of next week. Nights seem to produce a little better for me.
  5. Great reports & pics guys! I'm gonna taste the salt air for the first time this year this weekend & next week if I can dodge the thunderstorms. Sam, looks like you've got a fishing buddy for life now. Congrats!
  6. Nice! Those mid 20's black drum are some of my favorite to eat.
  7. Nice Dave! I'm hoping to make my first trip out next weekend. Any size to the blackies?
  8. Will do. I am very impressed with the CPS products and customer service so far. Come on spring!!!
  9. Thanks guys. I've got 2 CPS 11' 2-5oz on the way. Thinkin they should be just about right. Should look pretty good with 6500 chrome rockets on em too.
  10. Thanks Dave. I've switched all of my go to heavers over to conventional. Upgrading bait rods now & wanted to see if there was a downside that I wasn't seeing in going conventional with them too.
  11. Ok, this section seems a little stagnant & I could use some input. So, for my first legitimate post on this forum, what do you guys prefer for in close bait rods(spot, croaker, kingfish, etc.), spinning or conventional & why?
  12. Hey Steve!
  13. Thanks Dave. From looking through past posts, seems like a good group on here. I hope to read (and hopefully post) some good reports come spring!