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jerseyhunter last won the day on April 15 2016

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About jerseyhunter

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  • Birthday 11/25/1956

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    Passaic County, New Jersey

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  1. I always thought it was a Linoleum cutter.
  2. You see those prices on amazon? $38.49 for 4 pks, I get it when its on sale for $2.99
  3. Nice catch. As a kid we would go out on my dads boat when we got back to the dock and my chores were done I would catch them off the dock with little pcs of clam. Even caught them in the crab traps as well.
  4. Don't know for sure, but those boats are commercial vessels and could follow different rules.
  5. Like getting along without you when she kicks your ass out for fishing to much.
  6. Once finished I take the foil wrapped butt and wrap in a towel which is then placed in a cooler for a couple hours to mellow out. Looks good.
  7. a big ass magnet would have also worked.
  8. who's providing the internet without cable, land line or dish?
  9. Cap guns that fired the red rolls of caps and rockets you tossed in the air with the greenie stickem caps, oh and silly putty. Followed by sitting on the steps and smacking some Turkish taffy into bite sized pieces.
  10. what no potato salad ? Looks good.
  11. Back at you, and all members aboard.
  12. I might just have to give it a try .
  13. I've always gone here but this is in Essex County http://www.fairfieldfishing.com/index.html
  14. Caught one the musky trout fishing at Saxton Falls and one in Shark River. The way we really caught the back in the day was to go scapping for crabs in Shark River Hills behind Campbell's boat works. We would wade with an inner tube and basket in it and a light. Crab net on one end and a gig on the other, the Eels and crabs would hide in the seaweed . easy to come home with a bushel for my Dad and I. Years latter we evolved and mounted a car headlight to his 4o footer and go after tide runners in the Shrews and Navisink.
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