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Latest Activity: Mar 27
Went bass fishing the other day and was thoroughly ignored. Putting on my favorite carp rig and tried catching some of the many cyprinids the cruse the small lake. Ended up catching a dozen clone…Continue
Started by Fisher Mirto. Last reply by John Sheehan Dec 20, 2016.
Has any one tried the hatchery dust maid by LipripperZ they have all kinds of trout lures and other baits I have never had luck with the power baits but am willing to try this hatchery dust the 3oz…Continue
Started by Charles ( wolf ) Gibson . Last reply by John Sheehan Oct 16, 2013.
Opening Day Trout season for New Jersey is April 8th.
My best Rainbow Trout when Lake Fishing from a Boat, have come on large and small Spoons, Bucktail Jigs with 3" Curl tails, Crawler Spinner Harnesses ,4 " Swimbaits and Aglia Long #3 Spinners.
In Streams or Rivers Crawlers or Mealworms and Small Squirrel tail Jigs with I" Gulp minnows.
Big surprise drifting over 22 feet of Water using a drift sock and scoring this beautiful rainbow at 12:30 pm today..Was quick to get her back in the water without a measurement as the water temp was 84 on the surface .She swam away fine . I 'm guessing 2# ,16.5" .Hit a Buck tail Jig I tied on an 1/8th oz. Eagle Claw Ball head Jig hook .I attached a Mister Twister Yellow Curl tail that I soaked in Vegetable Oil and Vanilla extract .
Only two Fall Trout Greg's 20" and my 17" Rainbows
Ringwood Brook in May it's Dragonflies but I missed the hatch. 1/2 crawlers and a Spin Fly caught though in the rain. June is notoriously Crayfish bait month. Caught a Ringwood Brook , May is dragon fly Hatch but I missed it .Empty husks were on the rocks by the stream. 1/2 Crawlers and a Spin fly worked on Trout ,Bluegills and Fatheads in the rain though. June is Crayfish bait month.Caught an Anomaly of a Trout abnormally wide and abnormally short in length.Gonna try to get an answer from the state.
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