Friday, Febuary 8, 2016
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Well one day we have ice next day zero ice . Some
days safe some days not. We can't win at this point because of the weather.
Last week was great little Run of ice fishing. Allot of guys were up at core
creek fishing through the ice and doing very well. They were catching crappie,
perch, trout, and even some bass. Seen some pictures from a customer, and
they were all nice fish. But hate to say the ice is definitely not safe right
now. The weather has just been insane . One day cold one day hot. I don't
know wether to be happy or sad at this point. I would love to get on the ice,
but at the same time if it stays warm we should have an early spring striper
run. Allot of guys were doing great up the poconos, and above fishing through
the ice. Prompton lake was pretty good to a guy last week. He said they pounded
the panfish all day long. I'm not positive on how the water looks like up
at core creek, but one thing is for sure, there is definitely fish biting
Not much in the river except the back coves, and marinas. Theese are loaded with crappie, and perch right now . Idk if they are still frozen or what do to theese past few warm days.
Down the shore has been pretty quiet. COD has been the fish to target as of now. Allot of guys are jumping on the head boats and heading out to try and score on some nice, tasty meat . They are doing pretty good. Mostly on big jigs and rigs . Talked to Alex last couple days and he has been doing good on the porgy IV with black fish . Not sure when that season ends or if it's even still on. Another customer came In yesterday and said he caught two trout on the fly rod down penny pack a few days ago. He said there are still plenty, just have to look for them. Well I wish I had more to report but this seems to be the slowest Time of year for us. Remember if you have any rods that need to be repaired please drop them off now before it gets to be striper season . Tight lines
Wish I had more to report, but in all honesty things
have been pretty slow here at the shop. Allot of customers are heading up
to the poconos, and mountains to ice fish. That has been the hot thing the
past few weeks . Guys are doing flvery well up there, and plenty of safe ice.
Talked to a customer who fished promotion lake up state and did very well
on crappie, and other Pan fish. He was doing well with ice jigs. I also heard
there was people fishing on lake Luxembourg . I would have to say the ice
is definitely scetchy there, so I would be very cautious walking out on the
ice. I would check the thickness before you go on.
Jay and Chuck said that the pen Warner club has slowed down significantly in the past week. They aren't doing very well right now . They are fishing the open spots at core creek and catching a ton of little yellow perch. We have a bunch of ice fishing gear for the guys who want to try there luck . Plenty of rods, jigs, augers, and bait . Everything you need.
Saltwater has also slowed down . Water is getting cold and black fishing is even starting to slow a bit. The biggest thing is cod fishing right now. There are some party boats heading out and doing very well. We have plenty of cod jigs in stock so stop in. The beach is dead . The water has gotten really cold, and I haven't heard of a bass being caught in a while . Ray was out last week out of ac for tog, and only managed to land 1 . He said it was really nasty out there .
On the river I heard that dredge harbor was loaded with crappies , and other panfish. But now I would say it's not even worth attempting to make it across the river. Chris and I goose hunted yesterday, and I didn't think we were gonna be able to make it back. The ice was incredible, with ice burgs everywhere, and zero open water. Can honestly say I was a little nervous, knowing I was in a 10ft fiberglass sneak box. So if you do head out make sure you look at the river first. We'll that's all I have for this week. Hopefully it either gets cold for ice or stays really warm . Cause this I between crap is killing us . Tight lines.
Fisherman Magazine -JIM HUTCHINSON'S UPDATE
The blackfish and cod action continues for those looking to hop aboard one of the local 'for hire' boats - while it is the dead of winter, there are plenty of captains continuing to sale throughout the month of February, and with unseasonably warm conditions this week many anglers are taking advantage of that opportunity. A few resident striped bass can probably be fooled with a bucktail or swim shad around many of the jetties and inlets, though most casters are anxiously awaiting the start of the back bay striper season as of March 1. Boaters on the other hand had February 1 circled as the date that the State of New Jersey officially implemented the 3.5% tax rate on boat purchases - the 50% tax reduction was signed into law by Governor Christie in December, and as of this week's Atlantic City Boat Show, you can enjoy this wonderful tax relief on any new boat purchase in the state. The Fisherman has partnered with the Recreational Fishing Alliance this week at the AC Boat Show with an outstanding seminar line-up, everything from blackfish to tuna - come see us in booth #824 in the back near the fishing seminar stage!
Beaches from Cape Henlopen in Delaware on up along the North Jersey coast were pounded by waves last week, while Cape May County businesses and homeowners fought to keep record high tides at bay! The mounds of snow left behind from the brutal nor'easter have been gradually melting away this week thanks to much milder weather, and hopefully temperatures into the 40's by the weekend (as high as the 50's by Monday) should do away with much of the remaining white stuff. A few boats along the Central and North Jersey coast have already returned to the offshore cod, ling and porgy grounds, and with winds mostly W/SW this weekend at 10 to 15 knots and seas 2- to 4-foot on Saturday and Sunday, a weekend headboat trip could be the perfect cure for your cabin fever. Local ice fishermen are finally able to venture out on safer ice throughout the region, with perch and pickerel reported at some perennial coldwater hotspots. Meanwhile, preparations are underway for the Atlantic City Boat Show next week running from Wednesday through Friday (February 3-7) with a line-up of fishing seminars presented by the RFA and The Fisherman Magazine. One month to go before the back bay striper season reopens in New Jersey!
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