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...nice site 8)

I do fish, have a 2003 19' Sea Pro center console. fish the upper/middle Chesapeake Bay and Ocean City. lookin' forward to contributing :D

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Hello Randy,

Welcome aboard!

The fall season is just around the corner, are you ready?

Happy fishing!

Steve...

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Hello Randy,

Welcome aboard!

The fall season is just around the corner, are you ready?

Happy fishing!

Steve...

hell yeah, just got back from a 2 week trip in OC. wife caught more fish than I :oops: , but we still had a great time :lol:

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What kind of fish did you (your wife :D ) catch? Did you fish the bays, surf, offshore, the pier, inlet? I love to hear fishing reports! How did you hear about the site? :D

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What kind of fish did you (your wife :D ) catch? Did you fish the bays, surf, offshore, the pier, inlet? I love to hear fishing reports! How did you hear about the site? :D

not sure, wife sent me the link this mornong :lol:

now ALL the fishing we did over the last 2 weeks was in my boat, we fished back bay mostly and 2 days went off the beach.

off-shore, we caught a few small sharks, drifting live spot @8lbs each. no big deal, it was a tad rough, large ground swells which didn't bother me but the rest of the party wasn't happy about-it :lol:

back bay was a whole 'nother story. again, weather played a big factor as it was blowing out of the N to NE and made fishing tuff. water was very dis-colored but we still caught some sharks in the back bay near the inshore "parking lot" (28th st) and some throw-back Flounder outside of Bahia Marina.

we caught alot of our live bait(minnows & grunts) in a trap at my father-in-laws place up on 28th st. also, almost ALL of the live Spot we were using were caught by my wife. she was using a Sabiki rig, tipped wth "Fishbites" bloodworms :shock: she was catching Spot 2 & 3 at a time. she had a blast, catching us live bait 8) and Phillip and I just driffed the live bait from outside of Harbor Island down to the Rt 50 bridge. I did loose a few Bluefish (I believe) due to short bites (no tails on the spot that were lipped hooked) switched to body hooking the spot, but no takers after that. well that's @our 2 weeks inna' "nut shell", I'm still at work and between selling parts on the net and answering fones, its taken me @1/2hr to type this :lol:

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Randy,

Got a solution for those tail nippers.

Take a second hook, secure it to the first and run it to just behind the anal opening and attach it with a rubber band.

I do something close to that when live-lining Mullet.

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Randy,

Got a solution for those tail nippers.

Take a second hook, secure it to the first and run it to just behind the anal opening and attach it with a rubber band.

I do something close to that when live-lining Mullet.

sounds good, gotcha' :D

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Welcome aboard Randy! Looking forward to your posts.

thanks :D too bad I didn't find this forum before my 2 week vacation to OC earlier this month, could have met-up wth you all and had a few drinks :wink: prob sat next to you at a traffic lite and didn't even know it :lol:

also of note, my wife and I are looking to move to OC in the next year or 2 and we were in Ocean Pines looking at homes 8) NE-way, my eastern shore trips are @done for 2005. will be fishing the Chesapeake bay in the up-coming weeks for Stripers and the the western shore rivers for Pike & perch.

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With your upcoming fishing and on finding something in Ocean City...I lived there for a few months but didn't like it...too many people!

Janice

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With your upcoming fishing and on finding something in Ocean City...I lived there for a few months but didn't like it...too many people!

Janice

ok, thanks 8) I know how it is, we used to live in "Slow Hill" :lol:

you just have to know when and where to avoid all the tourist :wink:

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