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Fishing Reports for May 16 - 13

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The fishing continues to be very good on the beachfront. Feel free to post your reports here, fish or no fish.

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Fished ai saturday and sunday tru the tides, fed the crabs every 5 minutes, menhaden and sand fleas, never had a nibble. Fished the bar south of the bull pen. John

hope the spring fling doesn't get rained out, or is this a rain or shine event ?

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i herd in a fishing report from sue foster last week starting about thursday the north oc beach and delaware beaches were infested with huge stripers huge dogfish 3 foot sand sharks and chomper blues. hope the water temp stays like this for a while!!!! I am so happy:icon_thumright: only 39 days till i come down. Hope the water temp stays below 66 degrees until june 26. Not Likley tough!!:disgust:

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from ai today, nadda, used peelers, fleas, and bunker. last wens i did land the seasons first sandbar shark, 27 inches. prolly try again wens, fri and sat.

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Fished AI Fri-Sun. Half dozen skate, 1 lil doggie and 1 car hood sized ray that I thought was a big striped 1 on the initial run.

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Those big old rays will fool ya!

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fed the crabs every 5 minutes

Any " tips " how can I keep this boys - Girls away from eaten my bait ... ?

Last year was the same problem for Me and they never get full. :hello:

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You can use floats to try and keep your bait off the bottom.

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Try using a 3" float or bulb floater, keep checking bait often. :icon_scratch:

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Just a heads up. Whe the crabs are bad and starting to die off, pay attention to your rods. They go in hiding for a reason. There has been alot of this going on this year.

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Found a good bit of'em in the bellies of the flounder we caught last week at Wachapreague

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1 car hood sized ray that I thought was a big striped 1 on the initial run.

Got me too! Wasn't quite the size of a car hood, but it snapped a fifty lb leader when trying to flip the thing over. I thought I had the one! Boy was I disappointed. What is cool is even on a baron beach at 9 o'clock pm, you turn around once that thing hits the shore and there's ten people standing around; superstar!

My report: I fished most morning and evening high tides from Sunday to Tuesday around 120th St. I landed a few blues, whiting, and that foolish ray that tried to drag my pole into the water while I was casting my other line. Good time, but didn't get my rock. I need to go back, and soon. Take care all.

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