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  1. My name is Dave Hollinger,I've been posting for awhile now.I live in York,Pa where I install inground swimming pools.We have a small trailer in Bishopville,Md where we try to spend as many weekends as possible.I love to fish and boat,and would like to get into surf fishing.I really injoy this site and the friendly people who frequent it. Hopfully with your help my fishing adiction will turn into a catching adiction. Daveh 8)
  2. First off, great site here guys. Andrew K recommended that I check this place out. There is a wealth of information here that I am just trying to soak up. I will be heading our is several buddies to AI this weekend to try and hook some sharks, or anything else that bites. Is anyone heading up there this weekend, we would appreciate any tips on how to handle these guys. Also any tips you may have regarding rigs and baits would be appreciated. Thanks in advance for the help, hopefully come monday we will be posting some pics.
  3. This is the last video from Fla.fishing little conch reef,trying to get one together this week of some local fishing trips.I will be posting the results[video=youtube;Y3Te53GwSoA]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Y3Te53GwSoA
  4. Hi - Great site! I'll be heading out Saturday from Northern <ACRONYM title=Virginia><ACRONYM title=Virginia>VA</ACRONYM></ACRONYM> to try nabbing Stripers on the Fly for the first time. I've got a RiverHawk (think Gheenoe) w/ 15hp. Was considering Havre <ACRONYM title=Delaware><ACRONYM title=Delaware>De</ACRONYM></ACRONYM> Grace as a put in but would take any suggestions closer to home. Any help appreciated!! Hopefully i'll be posting some pics Monday! Thanks Kevin EDIT: Furthur search of reports has Occoquan looking quite productive this weekend despite the past few weeks of coldfronts and rain. Looks like i'll be staying close, but would still like to hit the Susquahana flats when I have more time. How long are the spring stripers usually in that area? Thanks!
  5. I am Capt. Keith and I run the Mega Bite out of the Virginia Beach Fishing center.This site looks great and I look foward to posting reports as the Charter season picks up.
  6. I would like to say hello to all the members of this AWESOME site! I met Sam the owner today at BASS PRO SHOPS in Hampton, VA and was very impressed by what a great guy he was at promoting his site.....he just sat there and let Mark from VCAN do it all!! Sam was very informing, helpful and genuine about what he is doing..... I came home and immediately got on the computer and became a SUPPORTING member of this site! Stay tuned for our reports from Hatteras this summer! We are undergoing seasonal maintenance right now and getting the REEL ESCAPE ready for her journey south! If you have never fished Hatteras look us up! We will be posting reports WITH pics regularly!! We hope to make some new friends on this site and if there is ever anything I personally do to help your day on the water more successful please don't hesitate to give me a call! Robert 757-892-4642
  7. I wanted to post some info for you all. I haven't had time to wet a line yet, but is coming. The herring showed up a week ago. The stripers have also started making a showing. Resident stripers are biting up north on the beaches and a few nice ones have been caught following the herring. Cut herring and bloods are working the best right now. Go gettum and good luck. By the way, I heard from a "very good source", the stripers were off AI on the VA side. The report was stripers were actually pushing bait on the beach. I hope to be posting a few pics here, very shortly.
  8. Sam. I am new to this site, and do not want to paint out side the lines. I am a inshore quide in Richmond Hill GA. If I post a fishing report for our area from time to time, and show my company name will that be out of order. I in no way want to cause this web site any pain. Just drop me a note Thank you Capt. Bob///
  9. Ok y'all... what are your plans for the spring fly fishin season? I have been tying and getting ready and plan onmy first real seroius long rod excursion this comng monday... gonna be throwing Copperheds, merkins and a new fly I learned... Mad Mikes Mud Minnow... What is y'alls plan of attack and patterns?? Also waht woudl e the interest of posting a pattern yuo liek to tie with photos on how to tie it? Kinda like a step-by-step?
  10. Been posting for a few days now, but figured i'd introduce myself. Noticed there quite a few assateague people on here. I grew up in VA and used to vacation there every summer. As for fishing, I eat, sleep, and breathe it and I do all types. Fresh, salt, inshore, offshore, fly fishing, bass fishing, you name it. Been living up in Mass for about 11 years now and am a self-proclaimed Massachusetts redneck
  11. HEY ALL IM NEW TO THE SITE AS WELL AS ATLANTIC FISHING. I HAVE BEEN FISHING OUT HERE IN SOUTH CAROLINA AND HAVE CAUGHT LITTLE NEXT TO NOTHING. I WENT OUT YESTERDAY WITH A BUDDY OF MINE AND WEVE BEEN TALKING ABOUT FISHING FOR A WHILE NOW. SO WE WENT TO A SPOT NEAR PORT ROYAL, SOUTH CAROLINA AND I CAUGHT THE BIGGEST RED DRUM OF MY LIFE. THIS FISH WAS A FIGHTER ID GET HIM TO THE BOAT AND HED RUN OFF AGAIN. ILL BE POSTING A PICTURE SOON. WELL IM ALSO LOOKING FOR TIPS TO FISHING IN SOUTH CAROLINAS BROAD RIVER. I MOVED HERE A MONTH AGO SO IM STILL KIND OF FRESH. I TRIED WHAT I WOULD DO IN CALIFORNIA BUT IT JUST DOESNT SEEM TO BE WORKING. ANY ADVICE WOULD HELP. THANK YOU.
  12. Hello everyone. I'm new here, name is Mike. I hope I'm posting in the right place! Just wanted to share a pic of the biggest bass I've ever caught. Sun. 6/24/07 @ 2 acre farm pond in Braddock Heights, Frederick Co. Maryland. Caught on 5 inch Yamamoto senco in black/blue at around 1:00 pm. 10 pound Berkley XL in green w/ Owner 4/0 offset wide gap hook. Large mouth weighed 9 pound 8 ounce and measured 25 inches in length and 18 inches in girth.
  13. Hey guys...figured I should ask the experts on this one before I spend the money on the rigging equipment! Well...How should I rig up for smaller-medium sized sharks on one OM Heaver spinning rod and a Daiwa medium-heavy spinning rod. The reel on the OM has about 450 yards of 15lb ande line and my other reel has about 220-245 yards of 30lbs braid. Any tips or pictures would help greatly!!!!! Also I will be posting in the Join Me forum for the time that I am going to be down there and hopefully get together with some of you and hopefully stop in at Snappers for dinner!
  14. Hello all. I am posting my first time but have been reading up for awhile now as a visitor. Thought it was time to join. I look forward to contributing , and learning from this wonderful site.Oh yeah and sharking! I mainly fish assateague maryland side OSV though I started out on the virginia side with my grandfather as a small child. Ever since then I couldnt get enough of this wonderful island.
  15. I'm finally getting to posting my pictures fromt the Rockfish Tournament. Remember--- that's where Oma caught the first Rock! Just my campsite and considering I stayed the entire time... I had a big pot of Chile mad ewith Chuck Roast instead of Hamburger and a full Chuck Roast. I'm fine as long as I'm fed. No Rock but I did pull in a Skate and my goal was to catch something!
  16. We take pride in the fact that this site is "Family Friendly". Not everyone knows how to spell (me especially), not everyone knows how to catch fish but everyone should be polite and respectful on this site. Please do not post business links unless you have received permission from Sam. We have businesses who pay to for advertising so they can display the same contact information. If you are interested in advertising your business, contact Sam either by E-mail or phone. Please do not use anything that could be offensive including: Curse words (or variants such as substituting certain letters with "&^%") The Lords name in Vain Racist remarks Sexist remarks Just use common sense and be respectful of other members on this site. If you don't like the rules, there are other sites on the internet that don't follow such rules and feel free to post there. Thank you for helping us keep this site as great as it has been for over seven years now.
  17. Welcome aboard and thanks for posting your results for the day!
  18. What's a search button?
  19. I know this has been covered before but I can't remember how to upload pictures from the computer onto the site. Thanks.
  20. We are coming up on a year since the introduction of this site and just want to thank Sam for creating, what I think is the finest fishing forum around,,,his hard work, along with Steve and everyone who has participated in posting has made this the "friendliest site around".
  21. I picked up a Penn Senator 4/0 with rod at a bargin basement price, so in keeping with the spirit of good will I am posting this information just in case someone had same said rod and reel grow legs. If you are missing one pm me with what you are missing and if it matches I will return it to you with the name of the person I got it from, so proper legal action may be taken. I really hope it's not hot.... I kinda like it.:eusa_think:
  22. Hi to all----I don't post much, probablly because I am not real good with these electronic gadgets---but I am working on it---anyway I hope to be on AI (MD) sat and or sun----I have not been there for about 15 years ( I have been on AI-Va), I was told to fish in front of the bullpen--whatever that is--he told me I would know when I saw it-------any suggestions would be appreciated-----and if anybody is down and goes by please stop and say Hi---I'll be in a white suburban 99--I'll probablly have my rack on the front---a few of us are going-------Ducks Unlimited tags and AMSA 1069-----please stop if you can, I would like to meet some of you guys that I see posting all the time-------either way I'll let you know the results of the end---God willing--------------------------------------------gonefishin
  23. I know some of this crazy internet, fishing, posting, picture stuff is a lot to take on, but it is what this site is all about. Once you get acclimated to it, and use it's features a few times, you will get the hang of it and enjoy posting pictures as much as you enjoy seeing them. If you don't have a digital camera to take with you on your fishing adventures, get one. They are relatively inexpensive (especially compared to that new rod/reel combo you just bought) and they will help you keep your fishing experience forever. You obviously know how to use a computer and get logged in, so the hard part is behind you. If you need any help buying a camera, taking a picture, downloading it to your computer, posting it on your topic or anything else, make sure you let us know on here. We are more than willing to help! :up: - Support Staff (actually this is sam speaking for every moderator) :mrgreen:
  24. When I first started posting on forums, I was always embarrassed about my spelling. I wasn't sure if I spelled half my words correctly. I used to copy and past most of my posts to Microsoft word and do a complete spell check to make sure everything was okay. Well, since then i have discovered something that has helped me a lot. The Google Toolbar. It has a built in spell checker for all forums. Do yourself a favor and download it. At the top of your browser screen, you will see a new line of icons. the one in the middle is the spell checker. Click on this picture to get a better idea of what it looks like. :v:
  25. I'm going to attempt to post a pic of a decent zebra from last year . The fish was caught on a live eel using a Shimano 4500 and 17lb Trilene Big Game Line and a 7' MH OB Rod . We were fishing at the CBBT in December in about 40' next to one of the HI-RISE Pilings . Try and guess the wait and length and I'll take you to one of my "Secret Spots" for the big perch . Oops ! I think I'll have to try posting again