Daytime Beach Action Too

Daytime Beach Action Too

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It’s not just the night guys that are having good luck this week. Dave U sent this nice C&R striper earlier this week. Here’s what he had to say:
“Caught this this morning from the beach entrance next to Surfland on 1/2 oz jig head and 6″ pink sluggo.

Thanks for letting us park at the shop.”

Dave U

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Fellow Needs A Mentor

You’ll see this post on our forum if you have a peek, who wants to give this guy a hand?: Looking for someone to help me out on the beach
But I’m going to add it here too.
Hey there,
My name is Dillon I’m 23 from NH and was hoping to see if anyone who is on here or maybe someone any of you know would be willing to meet up with me at plum island and give me a hand learning some tips for being a more successful fisherman. I’ve gone to plum island since i was a little kid with my dad and have tried all the tricks I’ve learned along the way and have never found much success. I’ve fished over 500 hours in the past couple years, usually 6-10 hours at a time. I’ve fished all tides, all kinds of bait and lures, all moon phases… you name it I feel like I’ve tried it. I’d love for someone to give me a couple hours of their time and show me what they know and have learned. In all my life, all the hours, all the trips to the beach, i have managed to catch 2 schoolies! There’s nothing more I love than to be out at the beach fishing, but seeing the rod bent once in a while would be great! Please feel free to contact me directly at my email : Dhowardacn@gmail.com
Thank you, and happy fishing!

Catch and Release Photos

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We often get asked why we don’t post more C&R photos. We know that lots of our customers do just that, so if you have some to share, feel free to send them to me. Give me as much information sat you can, like tide time and type of bait or lures.

stickman@surflandbt.com

I’ll try to post them in a reasonable amount of time.

– Stickman

On The Fly

Couple of weeks ago I had the pleasure of a nice schoolie blitz that turned into some decent sized linesiders. This is my frequent fishing partner Jim C, and we were fishing just after the turn of High Tide to outgoing.

My wife always asks me what we talk about on our trips, that usually last four or five hours. I guess we’re kind of quiet.

Flycasting for Striped Bass with Jim Cowhig, Merrimack River, June 5, 2014 from James Waldron Design on Vimeo.

GreasyBeaksflyfishing.com

Stickman, In lue of the big fish we have grown to love this time of the year… I am sending you a celebration of small fish from our beloved PI Sound. It has been a blast throwing flies and lures this spring to busting, all be it small, Striped Bass : ) Lets hope things continue to get better!
Cheers, Eliot and GreasyBeaksflyfishing.com


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Here was also a sweet c&r from the other day – a 38″ female that was lurking in the rocks which we returned after a quick pic. 2 days later my angler caught what we believe to be the same girl… a little darker and missing the sea lice that she had from three days prior. We call her Chahhhlene or Charlene if you don’t live on the North Shore.

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Here’s another catch and release shot from yesterday. It was this kids first bass! – what a lucky sob 🙂
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Thanks Stickman!

Eliot L Jenkins

James Waldron
james@simplemics.com

Stickman is the resident web design guy at Surfland. We pay him in eels.

1 Comment
  • Joe G
    Posted at 16:39h, 18 June

    Hey Greasy Beak It’s ALBEIT all one word. Nice catches BTW. Tight lines all. Joe

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