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Old Yesterday, 10:07 AM
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I know as soon as I posted my reply I realized the sacrilege of my ways so instead of being relegated to the wine cellar, I'm imposing a self inflicted ban from the site..........Dilly, Dilly!
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leave the regs the same as 2018 just try to lengthen the season
I respectfully disagree. Shorten the season on both ends a bit and up the catch by one and allow 16.5 fish to be kept. Fluking really doesn't start to pick until when the water starts to warm up in mid-June and most of the fish move out after the first tropical storm hits us in early Sept. So it's a waste. At least that's the case in Raritan bay. That's MHO. For what it's worth. Tight lines!
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i am talking perfect world scenario but as we know that will never happen.Fluking is boring anyway but if it was open in October it would keep all the prostaff tog jiggers using bucktails longer & not beat the population up
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This is getting too complicated. I'm glad I make my own rules.
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3 between 17.5 and 24. One over 24". Bigger males are caught, people stop complaining, and the pressure on the big females is reduced. Logical so its unlikely!! If you can t get your 3 @ 17.5 find a new hobby.
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