ilikeb00st

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  1. oh make sure you go to the national seashore side for camping and for fishing, make sure you register with https://www.countmyfish.noaa.gov/ before you leave for your trip (recommended by the park ranger and he said no fishing license is not required).
  2. i went camping for the first time at AI last weekend. I called the ranger Thursday night regarding the camp sites and he suggest that I come early on Friday. He said if I come at night on Friday, the drive in camp sites will most likely be full. I arrived Friday night at 11 and a lot of the spots were available. This time of the year, its first come first serve but you should not have any problem getting a spot. I stayed there for 3 nights and it was $46 for camping fees and car entrance fee. I definitely recommend the drive in vs walk in, you can park next to your tent and walk a very short distance with your cooler + tackle and fish for the whole day. feel free to pm me if you have questions.
  3. Hi all, I recently joined this forum and went out to AI with a few friends to go camping and tried out surf fishing for the first time on oct 29-31 at loop 1 site 7. Caught a dogfish and a white spiny ray like fish Friday night, two undersized flounder, and a croaker (I think) Sun morning. Looking forward to learning more from this site and hopefully catch bigger fish on the next trip